One way to ward off bad actors could be more information sharing between social-media platforms, researchers, and governments.
Two 21-year-olds believe they have a way to bring consumers of unreliable news closer to objectivity.
The site’s head claims that the policy of not collecting personal information allows people to be “more true to themselves.”
Changing your microbiome takes more than just swallowing a pill full of bacteria.
It’s the audio version of The Dress.
The first day of the Facebook CEO's congressional testimony featured a snubbed chicken chain, an aspiring teen Instagram star, and plenty of confused dialogue.
He hadn't been to a demonstration since the early '60s, but the energy of the post-Parkland movement drove him to go.
A newly hired opinion writer for The New York Times called weev "a terrible person, and an old friend of mine." The rest of the world calls him a Nazi.
The philanthropist still thinks the world is getting better. But he says pulling foreign aid from global-health measures would reverse that trend.
Tracy Chou’s call to action in 2013 preceded an industry-wide release of numbers.
Michael Solomonov was planting the seeds of a restaurant empire even as he was spiraling into addiction.
The most wholesome of help hotlines has embraced the digital age.
Babies might understand language better than scientists thought.
What counts as a pumpkin? A scientific investigation.
How a warming world could affect rockfalls like Yosemite's
Languages have more words to describe reds than blues.
The ongoing impact of Harvey, where Trump is clashing with Tillerson, why North Korea sent a missile over Japan, and more
Trump's inflammatory speech in Phoenix, ESPN's blunder over a name, Mattis's meeting in Turkey, and more
Why Trump dissolved two advisory councils, how white supremacists are radicalized, a timely message from Frederick Douglass, and more
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