Ghost’s canine bots are the scary older brother of every other dog robot you’ve ever seen, and a good reminder that we're getting increasingly efficient at finding ways to kill ourselves.
“This virus has humbled me as a professional and a person,” said Michelle Odden, associate professor of epidemiology at Stanford. “I did not think this level of failure in a federal response was possible in the United States.”
For all its unknowns, the glorious constant of space is that it never surprises. For instance, when astronomers discovered what color it is.
It's late October and our tomatoes are out in force.
It's late October and our wildflowers are still going strong.
Sometimes I think of all the things I won't write.
Charlie Mackesy's illustrated book explores love, fear, acceptance and belonging. It's a perfect anecdote for our anxious age.
Somehow, we stumbled out of New York City and into Rhode Island. It took a long time, it was a bit accidental, but we finally found home.
Giant caveats aside, capturing the spectacular of individual trees is much easier than capturing them in the woods. Let's take a look.
George speaks, the people swoon and protesters protest on. Day five of my 2004 Republican National Convention coverage for MTV News.
A Democratic stands before the 2004 Republican National Convention and demands his party repent. Day four of my 2004 Republican National Convention coverage for MTV News.
Arnold Schwarzenegger explains the difference between Republican manly men and the girlie men the NYPD are rounding up in the streets. Day three of my 2004 Republican National Convention coverage for MTV News.
The sun's going down but the protest marches on. Day two of my 2004 Republican National Convention coverage for MTV News.
In 2004, George Bush and the RNC held their convention in New York City. They weren't exactly welcomed. Day One of my 2004 Republican National Convention coverage for MTV News.
Young children are notoriously hard to photograph. Here's a lesson or two I learned while chasing after my daughter.
A technical glitch on a Chinese video streaming platform reveals a young, popular vlogger is actually a much older woman.
An architect creates a seesaw at the US-Mexico border to show what happens on one side affects what happens on the other... Oh, and kids have fun.
The future of propaganda is now. We're watching it with China's media response and social media control of information related to the Hong Kong protests.
A spacecraft not much bigger than a loaf of bread is demonstrating that sailing the cosmos is a possibility.
A letter sent fifty years ago from Charles Schulz to a ten-year-old boy shows how much hasn't changed in American society and politics.
A brain implant that transmits video directory to the visual cortex is allowing some formerly blind patients to see.
A mom hacks Google Glass to help her autistic son understand facial expressions. Along the way, she wonders how neurotechnologies will influence how we augment ourselves, what traits we'll consider inherently human, and what might be lost as we rid ourselves of them.
As Los Angeles its green future, here's a look at the light rail system it had over a 100 years ago.
And now for something beautiful: the International Space Station crosses the sun.