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This week, Deadspin and Jezebel swap beats to celebrate America’s most dangerous and controversial pastimes: football and fashion, two sports that have far more in common than you think.
Today, the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced it seized nine copycat websites set up to look like U.S. military recruitment pages. The websites, including Army.com and Air-Force.com, encouraged potential recruits to hand over their personal contact information. But that data was then sold to for-profit schools…
Parents picking up school supplies for their kids this season may want to go for the more expensive crayon brands this time around. A new study found that Playskool’s crayons were the only major brand that contained traces of asbestos.
At a press conference today, the Democratic nominee for governor of Maryland, Ben Jealous, snapped at a reporter who asked if he identifies as a socialist:
New York’s city council on Wednesday imposed a year-long cap on new drivers for Uber and similar ride-hailing app services, as the city conducts a study on the effect of the industry. The council also passed a measure to consider a minimum wage for drivers, the first of its kind in the U.S.
Here we see brand new Saabs being delivered in a Transair Sweden Curtiss Super Commando. In the foreground, Father is using a map to find the world’s most remote farm field to leave them in.
Went to Acura again to get the TL’s airbag repaired. They have some red things on the floor.
Since 1946, the US Navy’s Blue Angels have thrilled audiences at air shows with tight formations and daring aerobatics. Their blue planes with gold writing have become instantly recognizable, but not all of the airplanes were blue.
Anyone else really enjoy reading build threads on the same/similar car as one you own? I am just always loving the different ideas that people come up with and sometimes the awesome photos that people take. This one in parcticular was of a 2010 STi hatch and while its certainly a different car than my 2006 STi sedan,…
It’s been a pretty sweet ride here at Lifehacker, but it’s time I mosey on out of town and ride off into the sunset. Maybe a few of you will be sad to hear I’m leaving. Perhaps some of you are happy to see me go. But me? Well, I’m just happy I got to be here.
A team of scientists received a flurry of press attention this week when they announced they’d created rhino embryos in the lab—a step along the path to bringing the northern white rhino back from functional extinction.
Video game fans can be an entitled bunch. When they latch onto a popular series or genre it isn’t long before they begin demanding the next iteration meet certain criteria and levels of excellence. But game companies don’t always give fans what they want, and many times the most invested players can have a difficult…
If you care about your money, you should memorize the word “fiduciary.” It’s critical if you hire someone to help with your finances. And with the Fiduciary Rule on the chopping block, it’s up to you to make sure your financial advisor acts in your best interest.
This has been going around on twitter, and now picked up by various other news outlets including Fox News. What has been seen, cannot be unseen.
For the most part, True Detective has avoided scenes like the one that concludes “Who Goes There.” It’s a thriller, but it’s not the kind of thriller typified by the qualities of that scene: Violence is either implied or it occurs offscreen; tension is of an interpersonal nature. And those persons aren’t carrying…