It was glamorous! It was glitzy! It was the end of democracy as we know it!
The judgment enables litigants to bring the full power of courts to seize stolen digital assets or compel repayment.
The Dorothy dress, one of only four known to remain in existence, could fetch up to $1.2 million.
A new online tool allows users to scroll through geologic time, using their own location as a pinpoint to orient themselves in the shifting land masses.
A judge ordered Alexander Jerich to research the lives of all 49 victims of the 2016 nightclub shooting and offer his own views about why hate crimes occur.
If you spot this little guy crawling on you, just stay calm and shake it off, shake it off!
The super tall and skinny skyscraper, affectionately dubbed “the coffee stirrer,” was built at a 24:1 height-to-width ratio.
A Josef Albers screenprint, ceramics by Picasso, and contemporary Indigenous artworks are all going under the hammer
Mako Komuro, who shed her noble title in 2017, is working on a show of Japanese hanging-scroll paintings at the New York museum.
“Otter with a Pearl Earring” is among the masterpieces generated by a new neural network, but some worry about the potential for disinformation and bias.
Robo-hounds are being deployed to inspect the ancient city for structural threats to its preservation.
A Sydney art dealer bought the portrait of Josephine Bonaparte, stolen in 2014, for the bargain price of $250 on the online marketplace.