A Snake With ArmsMeet tetrapodophis amplectus, or “four-legged hugging snake.”
A Dog and His TakinMeet the adorable Ohio canine who helps socialize young zoo animals.
No Going BackAT&T's brutal It Can Wait campaign targets distracted driving.
It’s AliveHow to get heart tissue to start beating in a lab.
Finally, a Personally Customized Facebook FeedWhile not without its kinks, this new mobile FB preference gives users the control they want.
Shark CamGlide through the ocean with this hammerhead-mounted camera.
Would You Get on the Train?A Swiss tourism ad asks big-city commuters to come out to a rural village instead.
Are There Potentially Dangerous Pathogens at Your Favorite Beach?Quickly understand how water quality is measured, compared, and compromised.
Threading the NeedleWatch a BASE jumper soar through a 6-foot-wide hole with only a wingsuit.
Should We Let Robots Run Airports?The Japanese models that could spread around the world.
Air ServalWatch the African cat jump really, really high.
The Power of Green SpaceHow a 90-minute walk in nature affects the brain.
Successfully Grow an Indoor Herb GardenThis is how to navigate all the agricultural variables. No more excuses or dead plants.
Toys for Preteen TycoonsA cute doll line to encourage girls to think like tech moguls after school.
Your Smartphone’s Personal Air ConditionerChevy’s curious new in-car feature.
There and GoneHow the magnificent sea sapphire can disappear right before our eyes.
David O. Russell’s Next Project Featuring Jennifer Lawrence, Bradley Cooper, and Robert De NiroWhat’s after Joy? Slate has the scoop on the next creative collaboration.
The Moment the Old West Shootout Was Born How “Wild Bill” Hickok created a cinematic archetype, 150 years later.
Why Are Human Screams So Hard to Hear? The quality that especially riles our brains.
Has Any Teen Movie Reworked a Literary Classic Better Than Clueless?As if!
Chocolate Milk: This Post-Workout Drink Isn’t for EveryoneWhat you need to replenish depends on how much energy you’re burning.
Our First Glimpse of MarsOn July 14, 1965, Mariner 4 approached Mars—and sent back our first-ever view of a planet from deep space.
SquaredThe exceptional power of the seahorse’s tail.
Live, From ShamevilleWatch the most absurd, hilarious, and embarrassing local news moments.
The Nationalist RobotWhat will a fight between giant Japanese and American robots look like?
Pluto Comes Into FocusHow our view of the dwarf planet has changed, from our first glimpse in 1930 to now.
How Stressful Is the Presidency?Look no further than the graying of the First Coiffe.
“Hey, Coach?” Watch President Obama congratulate the U.S. women's soccer team on its win.
The VA Rehabilitates ItselfA polished new video series touts veteran success stories. Will the department make more of them happen?
The $45 Smart Water BottleA runaway crowdfunding campaign will give rise to a bottle that tells you when you’re not drinking enough.