"Breaking Bad" play set from Citizen Brick is crafted from more than 500 pieces, including a Walter White minifig and a complete meth lab. As you may have guessed, this isn't an official Lego release.
Musician Andrew Huang performs a one-man cover of the "Breaking Bad" theme song using equipment one would find in a meth lab.
Researchers at UCLA have developed a 3D meth apartment in Second Life to study the neurological mechanisms involved in both drug cravings and relapse.
Top official suggests more "secure" IDs envisioned by controversial law will help pharmacies to ferret out customers buying over-the-counter ingredients to concoct the drug.
These Citizen Brick minifigs bear an awfully striking resemblance to characters from the "Game of Thrones" series.
A new minifig blazes a new trail for females in Legoland by being the first woman figure with "scientist" as a career.
A blood clot robot has a steerable needle that can turn corners inside your brain. Plus, we take a quick hearing test on YouTube and ponder whether Facebook is making us miserable.
The series will also be available in the U.K. and Ireland on the Monday after broadcast, starting August 12.
Netflix will stream "Better Call Saul," the coming spin-off series from AMC's popular "Breaking Bad," in Europe and Latin America soon after it airs and after the season finale in the US and Canada.