See if you can make it through the night as one of the more than 6,500 homeless people living in San Francisco.
In an "unusual" act of protest for a school not known for activism, many Stanford students used their own graduation as a platform to protest what they believe to be an overly lenient sentence for a former student convicted of sexual assault on campus.
Uber and Lyft may be battling each other for market share, but if their recent defeat in Austin tells us anything, it's that they're united on at least one thing: fighting consumer safety measures. And some women say that's a problem.
Mi scusi, mi scusi!
There are few formal mechanisms for reporting and responding to rape in the industry. But recent publicity is leading to action as well as talk.
Performers and a former employee say that Kink.com has a worker safety problem. Another performer says it's "the safest place to make a BDSM porn."
Blue Apron and its fellow meal-in-a-box services promise to streamline dinnertime. But they produce a whole lot of waste to do it.
Because you have seen a heart before, but are too stupid to recognize a star.
The investment will help Walker and Co. expand into Target stores starting next year.
He was pretty good at it.
Conversations like mine will begin happening all around the world starting today.
RT if you're a '90s kid.
Four writers discuss the latest lesbian film — which stars Katherine Heigl and Alexis Bledel — and its place in the storied history of bad popular gay cinema. When so few lesbian films manage to get made, why aren't more of them any good?
By the time you finish reading this, we'll be dead.
But the company's top leadership is still 72% white men. A look at Apple's brand-new diversity report.
It's part of a move beyond static content.
This cross-country cash cow starring seven of America's biggest Vine and YouTube stars may have all the trappings of a traditional rock tour — long bus rides, concert hall stages in front of screaming fans, staying up late — but it's the clearest sign yet that the entertainment industry's star-making apparatus is being turned upside down.
We convened a panel of passionate experts to get to the bottom of this one mystery.
"Tesla's pretty cool."
Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday with a keynote address from CEO Tim Cook and the company's top brass. Here's a running list of what we learned.