A coal miner takes a bath after his shift at a mine in Changzhi, China
The apps in your smartphone cost $900,000 thirty years ago
Kamikaze hit on HMS Sussex
Kamikaze pilots moments before a suicide mission
‘The Perfect Bodybuilder’
Brock Lesnar wrestling for Minnesota University
This is how Google Fiber lets you know they’re available in your area…lucky bastard
Astronauts returning home from the ISS aboard a not so spacious Soyuz capsule
Genius app instantly solves math problems by using a phone’s camera (PhotoMath app)
One of two known surviving tea chests from the December 16, 1773, Boston Tea Party when 340 tea chests were dumped into Boston Harbor by rebelling colonists
Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook Profile in 2007
This Is What Years Of Meth Use Does To Your Mouth
Mobile Stripper Advertising In Las Vegas
Storm Cloud Light
The aptly named Cloud is an interactive light and speaker that’s shaped like an angry little stormcloud. The idea is that you suspend it from the ceiling and it plays tunes and simulates a real thunderstorm inside your house. It’s neat, but this isn’t just a speaker — it’s art. How can you tell? It has a very art-like price tag of $3360
Taylor Swift meeting a young fan backstage
Koala Returns Home To Find Her Forest Has Been Cut Down
Sailor getting a tattoo in Norfolk Virginia, 1936
Mugshot of the drunk driver who plowed her car into the crowd at the Oklahoma State University homecoming parade, killing four people including a toddler. (article)
Mac Sabbath, a McDonald’s-themed Black Sabbath tribute band (article)
9 photos of Carrie Fisher promoting “Return of the Jedi” at a Rolling Stone Magazine beach shoot, 1983
Kiki, age 7, is pulled from the ruins left by the Haiti earthquake and into the arms of his mother.
A Ukrainian woman places carnations into shields of anti-riot policemen outside the presidential office in Kiev. Ukraine
Tracy Caldwell looks down on Earth from the International Space Station
Here, an eight-year-old Syrian rebel is pictured with a cigarette and an AK-47 draped over his shoulder.
A police officer pepper-sprays Occupy protesters at the University of California
The first waves of the 2004 Indian Ocean Tsunami, which killed over 200,000 people, hit the shore.
Elite runner Jaqueline Kiplimo helps a disabled Chinese athlete during the 2010 Zheng-Kai marathon, costing her first place.
Elizabeth Ann Eckford was one of nine African-American students allowed entry into Little Rock Central High School in 1957 – she was determined to gain victory over hate.
Anna Fisher was the first astronaut/mother to foray into space in 1985.
US Airways Flight 1549 floats on the Hudson river after crash landing, miraculously, everyone survived