Following last month's fire, France wants to restore its historic cathedral—fast. Naturally, architects have some ideas.
Featuring the Tony-winning “Oh No, I Kissed My Mom."
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"It looked like a bomb had gone off in the building," said one witness—but there were no major injuries.
I've never seen the show, but these are my all-time favorite scenes.
Sixty sats take off from Cape Canaveral tonight in the first step to delivering high-speed Internet everywhere.
A tiny French town will pay you $2,240 if you can crack their case.
Sherry-rested vodka instead of whisky? Strange—but scientifically delicious.
For when you really need to escape reality.
But robots aren’t stealing master blenders’ jobs … yet.
That's the price tag for the first-generation mp3 player that changed everything back in 2001.
Geothermal engineers are turning CO2 into fizzy water and injecting it into rocks—and it’s working.
Peek inside eight classic vehicles from futuristic flicks.
Got a spare rotary evaporator lying around? Then you can celebrate the Kentucky Derby in style.
Not that you should follow this man’s lead.
If locals drill deeper into their water source, Rochefort's world-class ales may never taste the same.
Clean air travel just got a little easier.
You should be excited for the Sega character's big-screen debut—and the return of vintage Jim Carrey.
The Korean tech giant is giving the (young) people what they want.
The details of 007's next big adventure are finally dropping.
“Give someone a bike and it’ll take their problems away—I guarantee that. My bike saved my life.”