1. Casio calculator watch (ebay.com) A long time ago, before iPhones and Google Glass, a Casio calculator watch was the coolest gadget in the world.
Last week, an exciting new study answered the question we had all been wondering: Which state is home to the men with the largest penises?
Today's ruling by the Indian Supreme Court restoring the country's 150-year-old gay sex ban lays bare a disappointing truth: While the LGBT movement has made great progress in the West, it has faced numerous setbacks in other parts of the world.
Chester, N.J. Beginning in 1937, philanthropist and socialite Elizabeth Donnell Kay transformed this abandoned 18th-century stone barn into a beloved restaurant.
The Volcker Rule was originally proposed to end the problem of banks needing taxpayer bailouts. Paul Volcker, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve, proposed that commercial banks using customer deposits to trade — a practice known as proprietary trading — played a key role in the financial crisis that began in 2007.
The Washington Redskins are finally making a big change. No, they're not dropping their racist name that has galvanized protesters and has been criticized by everyone from sportswriters to President Obama.
Tom Cruise just can't catch a break. Less than one year after navigating the bombed-out world of Oblivion — and less than a decade after surviving the War of the Worlds — he's trapped in yet another sci-fi dystopia in Edge of Tomorrow, which just dropped its first trailer.
Pope John XXIII imparts his Apostolic Blessing upon the Fathers of the Roman Catholic Ecumenical Council at the closing ceremony of the first phase on Dec.
Read more on this story. Listen to the NPR interview with Professor Jakob Hohwy about his experiment with illusion and reality.
Millennial women are off to a record breaking start in the work force. Not only do they earn more advanced degrees than their male counterparts, but they appear to have taken a significant bite out of the gender wage gap, says a new Pew Research Center study.
The 10th anniversary of Richard Curtis' ensemble rom-com Love Actually has led to an inexplicable raft of think pieces arguing about whether or not Love Actually is a good movie.
A big house with a yard is a shining emblem of the American Dream. And cul-de-sacs, the culmination of winding roads that slice suburbia into space-maximizing lots, are just one mechanism suburban planners use to entice homeowners into buying property.
TIME publicly hemmed and hawed about its Person of the Year selection, floating names like Syria's Bashar al-Assad, Amazon's Jeff Bezos, and even Miley Cyrus.
House and Senate negotiators on Tuesday unveiled a modest $85 billion budget agreement that would fund the government through most of 2015, replace some of the sequester-mandated cuts, and avert another government shutdown.
As world leaders paid tribute to Mandela at the memorial service on Tuesday, the international deaf community expressed outrage that the sign-language interpreter to the side of the podium was signing nonsense.
Back in the days when most films were beamed onto screens from rolling projection reels, Richard Aidala absolutely hated going to the movies.
In the world of cosmetics, we pay a premium for "all natural" and "organic" products. Regular lipstick usually costs in the range of $5 to $8.
Every viral video has the same rough lifespan: A brief period of popularity, followed by a long period of vague cultural embarrassment that we were ever into something like, say, "Gangnam Style." Have you already forgotten most of 2013's viral video hits?
Why is Syria so pivotal? The conflict in Syria began in March 2011 as a pro-democracy movement, like other Arab Spring uprisings.
1. White House sets November deadline for ObamaCare fixes The Obama administration on Friday announced it would have the health care exchange website fully functional for the "vast majority" of users by the end of November.