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Which is a different way of asking: Can a bot commit libel?
Why did the company trend a false article about Megyn Kelly?
People are posting Instagrams of American national parks, and they’re delightful.
Humans discovered two new planets this week—one, remade by their efforts; the other, for light years away.
A new team improves on the old “Earth at night” technique.
The record: July 2016 was the hottest month ever recorded, according to NASA. Not just the most anomalously warm month…
According to one meteorologist, the Louisiana flood is the sixth 500-year flood this year.
The once-endangered species made the fastest recovery ever recorded for a mammal—but first, conservationists had to kill some pigs and relocate some eagles.
As a startup, it can sometimes be hard to navigate the shifting sands of race, gender, and power. But some mistakes are easy to avoid.
Two cases were announced on Thursday, a major setback for the global campaign to eradicate the virus.
There is a 17 to 20 percent chance that northern Oregon will be hit by a magnitude-8 quake in the next 50 years.
Descartes Labs is estimating the health of the American corn crop every week this harvest season.
And wildfires rage in California.
You’ll never guess what happened when we tried to game the social platform’s algorithm. (What happened was we wrote a bunch of terrible headlines.)
What it’s like to see the corpse flower
The vast majority of Americans support vaccines, but some presidential candidates are playing coy on the issue.
The hottest land temperature ever may have been recorded last week.
A certain senator’s page has seen nearly 100 edits this week alone.