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Giorgetto Giugiaro, Marcello Gandini and Leonardo Fioravanti were all born the same year within 100 miles of each other. They became some of the most influential car designers of all time.

Amazon’s “FC Ambassador” program is weird to begin with, but it got all the weirder on Wednesday, when Twitter user Diana Wilde responded to a tweet from Amazon offering tours of fulfillment centers

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Of all the surfaces to faceplant on, at least water is not the worst.

Despite expectations of ridiculous crowds, park attendance at Disneyland this summer has been low. But Disney knows how to turn that around.

As New York grapples with its constant demand for public spaces, some residents are objecting to the restrictive and exclusionary designs and policies that they say reflect an increasingly hostile city.

A Ring camera caught a Amazon delivery man redhanded stealing a young girl’s bike from the driveway.

The comedian announces his new special with a little help from the voice of God, er, Morgan Freeman.

The absurd and remarkable story of Sealand, a “micronation” on an eerie metal platform off the coast of England, tells us plenty about libertarianism, national sovereignty and the lawlessness of the ocean.

Feast your eyes on the rock formations at the Barracuda Lake in the Philippines, both above and underneath the water.

The company was so singularly obsessed with beating Facebook at its own game that it missed broader trends that were about to rattle the industry.

How designers and restaurateurs are emulating those sunny Los Angeles vibes indoors.