For those of you who might have missed the debate when it was live, we've got the full showdown, divided into four parts.
The movers and shakers in the financial industry: from John Oliver to Jamie Dimon.
After years of posting indiscriminately to social media, I was suddenly faced with uncomfortable questions about what will happen to all of it when I die.
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The first debate has come and gone, and the show was definitely worth the wait. Whether you're looking the biggest zingers or another flip-flop, we've got you covered with all the highlights.
NPR's politics team, with help from reporters and editors who cover national security, immigration, business, foreign policy and more, annotated the debate as it happened live.
Even acknowledging that "Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen" is not meant to be "understood," this still has us at a total loss.
A visibly peeved Trump keeps trying to cut off Clinton as she needles him about his business, his climate change talk and his secret ISIS plan.
"Bad bachelor pillows are an epidemic, and I can’t stay silent any longer."
On a quiet road outside of Orillia, Ontario a man became a hero.
The latest USDA meat production projections are out, and they predict that, after years of domination by chicken, beef will become the fastest growing meat category over the course of the next decade.
mashBot perfectly powershields every attack, chain-grabs relentlessly, guards the edges of the stage without fail.
It makes no sense that Red Sox player Dustin Pedroia was able to touch home plate without the Rays' catcher tagging him out, but here we are.
It is significant because Europa, with its huge subsurface ocean of liquid water, is one of the most likely places to find microbial life beyond Earth.
Around 6 am Monday morning, Houston police officers gathered at a shopping center to engage in a shootout with a gunman who opened fire cars as they passed by him
Welcome to Today In 2016, your daily digest of all things election. Today: Get ready for more Clinton emails, the candidates meet with Benjamin Netanyahu and Jill Stein gets kicked off the Hofstra campus.
Money and style: These are the things that real estate online allow us to see. How much something costs and whether the cost was worth it.
Looking for your daily dose of vertigo? Well, look no further. Get ready for some sweaty palms and bated breath as Ryan Paul Robinson slacklines Moai Tower, a rock formation in Tasmania.
According to angry carnivores, this seemingly benign and completely inanimate food item (a veggie burger) has some pretty nefarious intentions.
Cities across the country suffered an uptick in violent crime last year, including a nearly 11 percent jump in murders from the year before, according to new statistics compiled by the FBI.
Few people wanted Apple to remove the headphone jack, but they did it anyway, arguing that it was the "future" and made for a streamlined design. YouTuber JerryRigEverything calls BS on this whole idea and breaks down how Apple makes money off of third-party vendors.
Hey audiophiles, this one’s for you. A-Audio’s Legacy headphones are built with 40mm drivers, anti-vibration aluminum and even let you switch between passive audio, bass enhancing and noise cancellation modes.
Zoie Burgher knows exactly what you see when you tune into her "Call of Duty" streams. She knows that viewers judge her and people assume the worst because of how she presents herself.
"Mission: Admission" takes some of the fear out of applying for further education.
Beyond convenience, why do cargo shorts remain so popular?
Communal living is hardly a departure from tradition — it's a return to how humans have been making their homes for thousands of years.
The Swedish band Wintergatan made internet waves earlier this year with its hand crank-powered music machine. Unfortunately, the machine can't travel, so to perform the song live without it the band just needs a bass, a drum set, three xylophones and a typewriter.
Where do mermaids live? Where are mermaids found? Are there mermaids in real life? Are mermaids really real?
A quarter-century before the "Game of Thrones" team created a Dothraki language from scratch, Trek crafted a fully developed tongue for the Klingons.
"Alex inserts her steam-free aerolatte® frother ($28) in the cappuccino for 20 seconds, and asks Alexa for the weather report over the noise. At 9:20 am, Alex fixes a new bristle head into her titanium toothbrush ($4,200)."
Welcome to the hive of Chris Grundler, EPA bureaucrat and bane of the auto industry.
I mean, she ain't perfect (see: e-mail scandal, Clinton Foundation), but compared to the Don, she's a saint.
Few animals have a worse reputation than the humble cockroach, but almost everything we think we know about them is an urban myth.
America's second-busiest airport ranks 91st in the world as it fails on all fronts, from sad food to worst-in-class gate waits, while the big airlines and the city strive (slowly) to make flying great again.
The seven-year OSIRIS-REx mission will collect four tablespoons of material from the surface of an asteroid called Bennu.
How Project Catapult could potentially bring Microsoft to the forefront of the AI industry.
But that doesn't mean we should give up.
The dreaded "pogo effect," explained.
If you've never used the phrase "Be on one's beanwater," you're really missing out.