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Minnie Driver reads racehorse names that were rejected for being too inappropriate. What's wrong with Ben Timover?
There's a new largest-known prime number, and it's only 17 million digits long.
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A frat at Duke is under fire for an Asian-themed party. Nope, nothing racist about these pictures …
Meet the eight senators who opposed the Violence Against Women Act.
Celebrate H.R. Giger's birthday with, uh, xenomorph dubstep.
This is cool: long exposures of couples sleeping, by photographer Paul Schneggenburger.
How eight of the strangest place names in Canada got their monikers.
Surf legend Herbie Fletcher turns wreckage into art.
- What does progress look like? How about this West Point cadet taking his boyfriend to the formal?
Meanwhile, here's a guy crashing a flash mob—and making it way funnier.
The plight of Muslim Republicans in the Trump era
Muslim Republicans have worked decades for greater inclusion in the GOP. Now some are questioning their party’s future.
How to speak like a Donald Trump supporter
With seemingly little effort, Donald Trump has built one of the biggest and loudest Web campaigns ever.
The KernelThe man who Kickstarted his way to 30 days in a haunted clown motel
Christopher Sebela thought even as a joke it was a terrible idea. His backers disagreed, to the tune of $10,666. Then things got really weird.Presented by The Kernel
U.S. Justice Department says North Carolina 'bathroom bill' violates Civil Rights Act
This could be the end of HB2.
Congress to begin review of FISA surveillance powers that expire in 2017
Will Congress rein in the NSA's ability to spy on Americans?
John Kasich ends 2016 presidential campaign
Another one bites the dust.
Does predictive policing actually work?
Predictive policing is everywhere.
This number is illegal, and you could get in trouble just for having it
It's more than just a number.
Trump Against Humanity takes a famously inappropriate card game and makes it yuge
'Make (micropenis) great again!'
Austin taxi and pedicab drivers rally against Uber, Lyft
Prop. 1 opponents try to get out the vote.
Beam yourself some scotch and save 15 percent on 'Star Trek' drinkware
Don't worry, 'Star Trek' fans, there's a deal for you too.
Here’s your chance to watch free Netflix for the next 10 years
Give your parents a password to share for once.
Celebrate 'Star Wars' Day with 40 percent off 'The Force Awakens,' and more
Luke would use the Force on his Amazon shopping cart today if he could get any Wi-Fi on that deserted island.