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- American Cities Need To Phase Out Cars
A car-centered transportation system is simply at odds with the logic of a dense city.
- Is True Crime Over?
Obviously, people have always been interested in crime and will continue to be, but as for the most recent murder media wave — beginning with "Serial" and "Making a Murderer" and exploding from there — I, at least, am over it.
- This Video Of Divers Swimming Next To A Mola Mola Fish Really Puts Into Perspective How Ginormous This Fish Is
"I've been diving for more than 20 years and this is the first time I've ever come across a mola mola fish."
- Keep A Watchful Eye On Your Pet, Front Door And More With This Cloud-Connected Security Camera
Is your dog peacefully sleeping or is she freaking out? Did your package really get delivered? Find out for yourself with this handy smart security camera with two-way audio, voice control and night vision.
- Goalkeeper Learns The Hard Way Why You Don't Celebrate A Missed Penalty Kick Too Soon
As the old saying goes, "it's not over until the ball has hit the ground and bounced into the goal."
- How An Ambitious Fan Project Reinvented A 'Pokémon' Classic
Crystal Clear is a ROM hack that adds features "Pokémon" fans have been wanting for years.
- How Life Became An Endless, Terrible Competition
Meritocracy prizes achievement above all else, making everyone — even the rich — miserable. Maybe there's a way out.
- Boy Receives A Trophy From The 'Pokémon' World Championship, Trophy Breaks The Instant He Receives It
Life is fragile. You never know when the trophies you receive will just fall apart like cheap garbage.
- A Man Wanted On Child Sex Assault Charges Disappeared 3 Years Ago. Police Found Him In A Solar-Powered Bunker
Jeremiah Button lived for years off of trash in a hideout, complete with solar energy and a well. When people saw him, he pretended he was a hiker.
- Inside The Prison Where Inmates Set Each Other On Fire And Gangs Have More Power Than Guards
At South Mississippi Correctional Institution, inmates have been on perpetual lockdown for seven months and gangs enforce rules. With frequent beatings, burnings and escapes, the prison has become a violent tinderbox.