"My initial reaction is exactly what yours was," a resident of Old Bridge, N.J., told NPR about the pounds of pasta found along a local brook. "It was funny and humorous and mortifying."
A group of economists conducted one of the first empirical studies of "generative AI" at a real-world company. They found it had big effects.
The banana installation by artist Maurizio Cattelan evokes everything from slapstick comedy to global trade. But to a college student, it was a reminder of how very hungry he was.
She was hired to cremate medical cadavers. But first, she harvested organs, skin and genitalia and sold them to a man she met through a Facebook group called Oddities, according to court documents.
The driver called the transportation base to tell them she was feeling dizzy and lost consciousness seconds later. Dillon Reeves immediately sprung into action and safely stopped the bus.
The tiny disc-like critters are known as Velella velella, a name so nice you gotta say it twice.
Viktoria Nasyrova was convicted in February and sentenced this week in New York. Her lawyer says she'll eventually likely get deported back to Russia — where she's wanted for a 2014 murder.
Beatriz Flamini was 48 when she entered the Granada cave in November 2021, and 50 when she emerged on Friday. Her experiment aims to shed light on the physical and mental effects of isolation.
A study of plastic trash hauled out of the Pacific Ocean found that most of it had been colonized by coastal life that was thriving right next to species that normally live in the open sea.