The first peer-reviewed study of the company’s defeat devices says that 200 Americans could be killed eventually if the cars aren’t fixed.
“I don’t know of one. I know a bunch that will probably make life marginally simpler for the most privileged 5 percent of Americans.”
It’s the best way for climate-concerned billionaires to fight global warming.
In our poll of the industry, more than 70 percent said they hadn’t yet taken the plunge.
The organization that sets the guidelines for online ads has capitulated and announced a “leaner” standard.
A summary of global-warming news for the week of October 26, for people who want to pay more attention to it
Since the release of Drake’s “Hotline Bling” video last week, The Atlantic has covered it just about every way we…
Because mine totally has: (Hat tip: @Molly_Kats)
Everything that could go the storm’s way, did.
The feature, which hosts news stories on the company’s servers, is already changing how I use the social network.
Nine months after launching from Cape Canaveral, Florida, NASA and NOAA’s newest probe—the Deep Space Climate Observatory—has arrived at its…
The first images of Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia, and the Americas in a planetary context
Few people have shaped modern American copyright law more than Judge Pierre Leval. As I’ve traced over in…
Thanks to a landmark ruling, information just got a little more free.
Look, there is a systemic crisis occurring. On Facebook.
Uncle Sam is getting serious about fonts, colors, and link hover states.
Last week, two of my favorite contemporary American musicians performed together at a Democratic fundraiser in San Francisco. The first…
Vine is an art form. And today, I noticed that Vine brought forth this fruit: Look at that big…