When disasters like the Camp Fire strike, as they do with horrifying regularity these days, these are often the stories you hear: Regular people taking on enormous responsibility with no training or experience.
Here's what happens when you dip gallium Legoman into liquid nitrogen and then smash it with a hammer.
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It's not just about restricting spending, but it's about understanding your psychological needs while also being creative.
In a city as expensive as New York, I take budgeting very seriously. If I can commute by foot in less than an hour, barring a blizzard or torrential downpour, I'll skip the $2.75 subway ride and hoof it.
Tired of endless phone trees and long hold times? You may find that using social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook is a better way to get attention from the airlines.
"Last Seen," a podcast that investigates the 1990 art heist at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, in Boston, is as tantalizing and frustrating as the unsolved mystery that it documents.
There's a lot of trial and error in this video, but we admire him for his meticulousness and his persevering spirit.
A new model shows a possible end to the HIV/AIDS pandemic in parts of Africa. How can models help lead to eradication — and what are the limits?
While this build is rudimentary at best, it still helped her face the real water machine head-on.
The cartoon belonged to a very different version of the channel.
Are they being shrewd, or are they conspirators in wire fraud?