Rubbin’ is racin’, goes the saying. The post Photo of the Week: A Gnarly Nascar Pile Up in Kansas Ends in Flames appeared first on WIRED.
Having a hard day at work? Stop what you’re doing and take a moment to look at this smiling gecko.
Another ‘Alien’ movie would’ve been fine—if it was a good one. The post Alien: Covenant Proves ‘Franchise Fatigue’ Really Means ‘Boring Movies’ appeared first on WIRED.
What would you do if you wanted to have a bridal photoshoot but did not have any girlfriends? Invite your bros to have it with you. That’s exactly what 24-year-old Rebeca from Brazil did, and we must say, it was a great idea. “I came up with the idea one week before the wedding.
Love ain’t always about butterflies and rainbows. Sometimes it’s also about aggression and malice. In her new book, entitled Visceral, creative director Amy Hood illustrates the dark side of love … Read more
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Tired of constantly hearing about the fleeting nature of online dating, photographer George Downing started a project that shows how lasting intimacy can be found just by swiping right. The … Read more
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Finally, a Kardashian we can all keep up with. Meet Kirby Jenner. He claims to be the fraternal twin of Kendall Jenner, but no one knows that since the family … Read more
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… and the cure-all they claim keeps them safe. The post The Daring Laborers Who Sandblast Chernobyl’s Radioactive Metal appeared first on WIRED.
Natalie Weaver, a receptionist from England, had plans to spend a lovely Sunday afternoon with her boyfriend, Stephen Hall. The only problem was that the guy got loaded the night before, and was pretty much unresponsive after hitting the pillow at 6 AM. What’s a girl to do in a situation like this? Exact sweet revenge, of course.
We’re not sure what’s in the water Down Under, but Australian police like to try and outdo each other by having the country’s weirdest social media presence.
While you might have seen the Nickelback-hating work of the Queensland Police, Northern Territory Police is here to throw its hat in the ring with an ’80s-style safety video for the upcoming Darwin festival, Bass In The Grass.
It’s chockful of VHS-esque filters, throwback graphics, and of course, really, really bad acting. The video is definitely cringeworthy, but we think they were totally going for that. Read more…
The new site aims to be “a loud light in the darkness.” The post Meet PatriotHole, the Onion’s New Right-Wing-Skewering Mockery Machine appeared first on WIRED.
A look at the jade-rich hills of Kachin, where everyone’s digging for the single stone that will make them rich. The post Startling Photos Capture Myanmar’s $31 Billion Jade Mining Industry appeared first on WIRED.
When Zou Hongyan welcomed her only son to the world in 1988, terrible birth complications left him disabled for life with cerebral palsy. Doctors in her native Hubei province encouraged her to give him up, a view that even her own husband shared, as they believed the boy would lead a miserable, worthless life. Zou, however, rejected their claims, divorced her child’s father, and made it her life mission to treat and support her baby boy when no one else would.
Did Donald Trump really ask FBI Director James Comey to shut down his Russia investigation?
Is this story real? Are you real? What is reality?
Tucker Carlson of Fox News is asking these tough questions.
If it seems like he’s avoiding the news that the president of the United States may be engaged of obstruction of justice, don’t be fooledTucker Carlson Tonight looks beyond Beltway politics to answer the big, existential questions.
They don’t make ’em like they used to. The post Fascinating X-Rays Reveal the Guts of Cameras, From Polaroids to iPhones appeared first on WIRED.
Todd Haynes’ 2015 film has overturned conventional wisdom about what makes a cult classic. The post Inside the Cult of Carol, the Internet’s Most Unlikely Fandom appeared first on WIRED.
Well, I’m a 19-year-old guy from Croatia who loves creating comics and making people laugh…
Israel-based photographer Chris Sommers first got the idea to travel to North Korea when her husband floated the idea of going with a tour group. As the daughter of a … Read more
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