In photos: Notable deaths of 2019

St. Louis Cardinals outfielder Chris Duncan emerges from the dugout at Busch Stadium in St. Louis on April 5, 2009. Duncan, who later went on to become a radio show host, died of brain cancer September 6, seven years after he was diagnosed. File Photo

Our Readers Share Their Best Frugal Hacks

Photo: Shutterstcok Earlier this week, we asked you to share your favorite frugal hack—and you delivered. Lifehacker readers have hacks for everything from haircutting to bulk shopping, as well as large-scale, philosophical money hacks to help you practice mindful spending. Although you should really read

Domestic violence deaths in Britain reach five-year high

Sept. 13 (UPI) — The number of people killed in Britain due to domestic violence jumped to a five-year high in 2018, according to information released by police departments in England and Wales Friday. Domestic violence-related homicides accounted for 173 deaths in Britain last year,



Watch: Brad Pitt responds to Dax Shepard’s crush

Sept. 13 (UPI) — Brad Pitt says Dax Shepard‘s crush on him is mutual. The 55-year-old actor responded to Shepard’s crush during Friday’s episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show. “I have a bit of a crush on Dax Shepard,” Pitt said of Shepard, an actor



The Most Important Moments From Last Night’s Presidential Debate

Photo: Win McNamee (Getty Images) On Thursday night, 10 Democratic presidential candidates debated issues of climate change, healthcare, and criminal justice reform on stage in Houston. Candidates like former Texas rep. Beto O’Rourke stood out among heated discussions of gun control; others, like former Secretary

These Sous-Vide Egg Bites Are Better Than Starbucks

Everyone loves a Pumpkin Spice Latte, but the true heroes of Starbucks’ current menu are the sous-vide egg bites. The perfect little pucks of protein are oddly satisfying and delightfully savory but, if you have an immersion circulator, you can make an even more delicious

How to Stop Losing Remotes When You Have Kids

Photo: Shutterstock You see that remote in that baby’s hand? That’s gonna be missing in about 15 seconds. Because you’re going to turn away for a moment, you’re going to pop your coffee mug into the microwave (again) and by the time you return, it



What Do I Do If An Inspection Reveals Issues On A Used Car?

As Jalopnik’s resident car buying expert and professional car shopper, I get emails. Lots of emails. I’ve decided to pick a few questions and try to help out. This week we are talking about issued revealed on a used car inspection, lift kits voiding warranties,

Use Old School Index Cards for Capturing New Ideas

Photo: Shutterstock I’ve tried Evernote and Scrivener, paper planners and Moleskines, and seemingly every app under the sun to capture my ideas. But I keep coming back to one simple, underrated tool to catch those half-baked ideas and thoughts that don’t seem to fit in



How to Get $12,000 from Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang

Photo: Getty Images If watching 10 Democratic candidates debate on a single stage made your head spin last night, you might have missed Andrew Yang’s announcement during his opening statement: He’s expanding his efforts to test a universal basic income (UBI) program. Until September 19,

Take Your Pick of Anker Smart Lighting Gear For Under $20

Best Home DealsThe best home, kitchen, smart home, and automotive deals from around the web, updated daily.    Eufy Smart Tunable Light Bulb 2.0 | $16 | Amazon Anker’s best known for batteries and cables, but their smart home gear is really well regarded. Today



Funniest Stuff Found At School Will Make You Cringe (50 Photos)

Here are photos of funniest stuff found at school that will make you cringe. These photos are great examples of fail engineering and weird designs inside schools. Schools are for education and students learn new things that help them in future, but sometimes engineers fail

Download 11,710 Free-to-Use Photos of Roadside Americana

Christie’s Restaurant sign, cowboy shrimp, Houston, Texas (1983)Photo: John Margolies The Library of Congress has published over 11,000 high-resolution shots of U.S. roadside attractions, and released the images (to which it had purchased the rights) into the public domain. The photos were taken by architectural

Mass Graves in Russia Tell the Grim Story of Mongol Invasion

Archaeologists excavated part of the old city center of Yaroslavl, Russia, between 2005 and 2010 as part of an effort to restore its cathedral. During the digs, they discovered nine medieval mass graves holding the remains of at least 300 people, dating from the sack



Find Recovery Tools Using Google’s Resources on Opioid Addiction

Photo: Spencer Platt (Getty Images) This week, the Sackler family and Purdue Pharma, makers of Oxycontin, agreed to at least $12 billion in settlements over the company’s role in the opioid crisis, though without admitting any actual accountability. Roughly half the states and local governments