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The (recently redesigned) front page of Reddit.

The Reddit starter pack: These are the 41 best subreddits everyone should follow

Reddit might look totally alien and drab, but it's an incredible tool if you know how to use it.

This guy followed ‘Red Dead Redemption 2’ characters for a full day and discovered just how detailed the game really is

The folks at Rockstar Games put an incredible amount of detail into their latest title, "Red Dead Redemption 2."
Machelle Hackney, 48, runs the popular YouTube channel "Fantastic Adventures."

YouTube has shut down a popular channel after the mother was accused of abusing her children

The YouTube channel "Fantastic Adventures" had amassed more than 800,000 subscribers.
Falling down the rabbit hole of YouTube videos.

YouTube is partially to blame for the rise in people believing the Earth is flat, according to a new study

Flat Earth videos are often recommended to people after they watch other conspiracy theory videos, the researchers found.

Michelob Ultra’s Super Bowl ad had Zoe Kravitz whispering about pure gold beer — here’s what ASMR is and why such videos have become...

Autonomous sensory meridian response was first documented less than 10 years ago. Now ASMR is becoming a pervasive part of popular culture.

Watch this hilarious bad lip reading of Apple’s product launches

Bad Lip Reading is a YouTube channel known for its voiceovers of NFL players and other professional athletes.

These were the top YouTube videos of 2018, according to Google

YouTube ranked its top trending videos and music videos on YouTube for 2018 "based on views, shares, comments, likes and more."

This 19-second video of a drone wielding a flamethrower will haunt your dreams

Put a flamethrower on a drone. What's the worst that can happen?
A 37-kiloton blast known as "Priscilla" explodes during an Operation Plumbbob nuclear test at the Nevada Test Site on June 24, 1957. The device was detonated from a balloon.

Hundreds of never-before-seen nuclear blast videos show terrifying explosions in the ocean and Nevada desert

The US government detonated hundreds of above-ground nuclear explosions from 1945 to 1963 — until the first nuclear test-ban treaty was signed. Now a team has rescued thousands of classified films that were kept in high-security storage.