Turns Out Cities Can't Sue Oil Companies for Climate Change
Municipalities all over the US are taking oil companies to court for damages related to global warming. They’re losing.
Charting Juul's Face-Off With Legislators and Watchdogs
This week, special guest Nitasha Tiku charts Juul’s ever-changing relationship with its consumers, its investors, and those who oppose its product.
The Midterm Elections Are Already Under Attack
Phishing attempts and DDoS attacks have begun hitting 2018 campaigns. The US seems ill-prepared to meet the challenge.
How a Team of Experts Quelled Colorado's Enormous Spring Fire
The state’s third-largest wildfire ever burned more than 100,000 acres and destroyed more than 200 homes.
Exploji! A Timeline of Emoji's Sudden, Drastic Rise
Apple’s 2011 release of the emoji keyboard may have signaled the start of the spike, but it feels like emoji have been with us forever.
Welcome to the Era of Orbital Publicity Stunts
Are science and commerce the only legitimate pursuits off-planet—and who gets to decide?
The Best Backpacks for Work (2018): GoRuck, Peak Design, Chrome, Tom Bihn
These are the work bags that we absolutely adore.
'No Man's Sky' Finally Gets Multiplayer, and Everything Else in Games This Week
This week, we’ve got some big growth for some big games, alongside a very late bug fix and an excellent Nintendo Switch port.
Post-Prime Day Deals: Dell, Bose, Urbanears
Did you miss the excellent deals this week? Don’t worry. We got you.
Beyond Elon Musk's Drama, Tesla's Cars Are Thrilling Drivers
Look beyond the Twitter antics and the up-and-down stock price, and you’ll find a growing mass of happy customers.