29-year-old Ross Ulbricht, who stands accused of running an expansive online underground drug market, appeared in federal court—while his family struggled to keep their composure.
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U.S. authorities announced on Wednesday that they have warned Russia-bound airlines to be on the lookout for toothpaste tube bombs. What the heck is that?
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Senator Marco Rubio, on his trip to Southeast Asia, visited the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea.
A new app that lets you order booze from your smartphone and get it 30 minutes later just got $2.25 million in funding.
Struggling with a decision? ChoiceMap, an iPhone app, uses an algorithm to help you make the right call.
Why are tennis balls fuzzy? These oddball questions will have you pondering life, luck, and pizza delivery men.
A recent report made the claim that Facebook’s teens are dropping like flies, down 25% since 2011. Ten years old, does this spell doom for Facebook?
The search juggernaut snapped up the maker of smart-thermostats and smart smoke detectors for $3.2 billion. That’s a lot of insight into your house.