Each day, our editors collect the most interesting, striking or delightful facts to appear in articles throughout the paper. Here are 74 from the past year that were the most revealing.
In a one-hour phone call on Saturday with Georgia election officials, President Trump still believed that the election result was "faulty" and urged them to find 11,780 votes that would win him the state.
Her husband's set of 302 limited edition beta cards from 1993, which are in perfect condition are a very rare collectable.
Kai Jones skis way out of bounds. But relentless practice on and off the slopes gives him confidence for tricks ready-made to go viral and emblematic of freeskiing's growth.
Rio Jongsae Kim is the owner of Kim's Shoe and Bag Repair. In this video he shows the process behind restoring $750 Chanel flats.
The process of turning coal into a liquid gas fell out of favor after World War II. But as coal for electricity and industrial use falls, the industry is trying to revive this old technology under a modern veneer, and Indonesia is at the epicenter.
Ademar de Barros Moreira owns the legendary french fry stand Batata de Marcehal in Rio de Janeiro. Even after a legendary career spanning 3 decades, he has no intention of slowing down and wants continue making french fries for the people of Brazil.
Phone calls. Web searches. Location tracks. Smart speaker requests. They've become crucial tools for law enforcement, while users often are unaware.
DC Films' president Walter Hamada broke down how the studio's slate will work going forward, including four movies every year starting in 2022, two HBO Max exclusives annually, and a ton of HBO Max TV shows.
TikTokers are analyzing and breaking down popular films for a generation of Gen-Z kids who weren't around when the classics first dropped.
We look back on the game-changing year that seemed to pivot the industry away from movie theaters, altered our definition of an "Oscar movie" and punctured an auteur's bubble.
The newsletter service is a software company that, by mimicking some of the functions of newsrooms, has made itself difficult to categorize.
The vibrant grave markers and epitaphs noting the manner of death at Romania's "Merry Cemetery" draw thousands, but things are not as peaceful as they seem.
"Dr. Strangelove," "Love and Basketball," "Julie & Julia" and "The Princess Bride" are just a few of the great titles coming to streaming this month.
It was 106 years ago this very night that something miraculous happened along the Western Front. After months of bitter fighting, soldiers on both sides gathered in no-man's-land in a spontaneous show of peace and goodwill. Here's what happened on that historic day — and why it marked the end of an era.
In the northern Indian state of Punjab, hundreds of men and women approach the courts to live and love without fear.
The Trump administration has placed Chinese drone maker DJI on its Entity List, restricting interactions with US companies. But it's said it will still sell drones to American customers.
A homeowner's surveillance camera caught a FedEx truck get stolen while the delivery man was mere feet away.
A German officer is facing trial on terrorism charges. At a volatile time for Western democracy, his story mirrors the story of Germany itself.
Want some Cajun flavor in your weeknight meals? This "Slap Ya Mama" seasoning comes highly-rated with thousands of reviews.
Harry Mack completely blows away random people over video chat with improvised rhymes he makes up on the spot.
Aleksandra Mizielińska and Daniel Mizieliński have created a book of highly stylized maps that reject rigidity, and truly celebrate the artistic side of cartography.
To commemorate "The Office" moving to Peacock, NBC released a never-before-seen cold open from the show.
Eleven Senate Republicans on Saturday announced that they will object to the Electoral College results Wednesday, when Congress convenes in a joint session to formally count the vote.
The conspiracy theory has been tied to real-life danger — but before it entered the mainstream, one man stumbled upon Q in a game of political predictions.
Simla, Colo., an isolated ranching community, is the site of the first known case in the United States of a new, more infectious variant of the coronavirus.
By now you have all seen the viral video of the "Twisted Tea" incident in which the tea is a white man got shit twisted and then got his cap twisted after twisting his mouth to say the n-word to a Black man several times. Now that Black man has spoken publicly to fill us in on what happened.
Pondering the demise of Adobe's Flash through shifting approaches to digital creation these days — and why we may not have anything quite like it again.
Jomboy explains how a fight broke out following Mississippi State's 28-26 win over Tulsa in Fort Worth, Texas.
The Louisville home of Republican U.S. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was vandalized following his blocking of a push for larger stimulus payments to Americans during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A sports reporter had the embarrassing revelation that people could hear her comments about his facial hair.
Badly hit by the coronavirus, Israel has distributed the first of two vaccine doses to more than 10 percent of its population.
The Senate majority leader, seen as a key obstacle to COVID stimulus checks, is getting flooded with requests online.
The use of silencers, also known as suppressors, in "John Wick: Chapter 2" is unrealistic, so someone re-dubbed the sound effects to be accurate. And the crowd probably wouldn't completely ignore it.
Want to know what Hyrule was like a hundred years before "Breath of the Wild" began? "Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity" gives us a more complete picture of what happened to Link and Zelda a century before.
In the Obama era, a generation of white guys donned a hipster lumberjack uniform, growing beards to fill a hypermasculine void in their souls. Have they given up the ghost?
The Advocate Aurora pharmacist left out vaccines on purpose, Wisconsin police say, knowing the more than 500 doses would be "useless."
As the U.S. confronted a new wave of infection and death through the summer and fall, the president's approach to the pandemic came down to a single question: What would it mean for him?
This beefy portable power station can charge a laptop up to 48 times, a smartphone up to 203 times or run a full-sized refrigerator up to 44 hours on a single battery.
With over 2,000 reviews counted, this outstanding knife is sitting pretty at a 4.7/5-star average. If you need a reasonably-priced knife, this is the one.
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