Science

SpaceX Dragon Capsule Docks With ISS as New Era of Manned Space Exploration Debuts

American ingenuity just took a giant leap toward making space more accessible—and affordable.

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Archaeologists Unearth Oldest Human Burial on Record

The “unusually muscular woman” was found in lower Central America.

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The Best is Yet to Come From Penélope Cruz

In a new sit-down with Marie Claire, the Oscar-winning actress gives insight into her past and future.

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Beyoncé and Jay-Z Help Louvre Smash Visitor Records

The married couple's music video has been viewed more than 146 million times on YouTube.

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Movies Still Use Old-School Methods to Make Sound Effects

Foley artists employ the same tricks today as they have for decades.

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Inside the Secret Bisexual Sex Party That’s Women-Only

The closest a guy can get to this is hearing about it.

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Millions of Men Are Infertile. Now, They’re Starting to Talk About It.

“It doesn’t make you less of a man,” one man tells Time.

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The Five Stories You Missed Over the Holidays

Young people are having less sex and there's a new get-rich-quick scam for the age of Amazon.

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Catholics Still Waiting On Sex Abuse Solutions From Pope

Followers are going to have to wait a little longer to see if Pope Francis has more to offer than words.

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Kevin Hart May Host Oscars After “Raw” Ellen DeGeneres Interview

The comedian says he's "rethinking" the gig after a sit-down with her.

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See How The British Army Is Recruiting “Snowflake” Millennials

The military needs help from the phone-obsessed generation.

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France’s First Concentration Camp Will Be Site of New Museum

Nazi officials used France’s rail system to transport Jews to their death.