After decades of exporting American jobs, corporations are bringing them home.
Black football players at Iowa complain they were treated differently—and also the same.
Most of us define ourselves largely through our jobs. That’s increasingly a problem.
A leading conservative makes a truly bizarre defense of the President.
Three and a half years after its flyby of Pluto, the New Horizons spacecraft has reached the furthest distant object ever visited by a man-made craft.
We don’t yet have enough information to assign blame here. Naturally, that’s not stopping anyone.
Technology continues to make more and more jobs unnecessary and irrelevant. And the consequences are going to be widespread.
An explosion that ended up injuring 29 people interrupted an otherwise quiet Saturday evening in the Chelsea neighborhood in New York City.
The murder of Jo Cox, MP is looking more and more like a politically motivated assassination, and that’s causing some in Great Britain to look inward.
NASA had a potentially significant announcement today.
New Horizons got within just a few thousand miles of Pluto’s surface today, and the data it sends back promises to be amazing.
The Copyright Office says that works not “created” by humans are not entitled to copyright protection.
The government is changing the way it calculates Gross Domestic Product.
Popular Science is keeping the recent surge of stories on electric vehicles going with “8 Things You Should Know About Electric Cars.”
The economy has been steadily recovering from the Great Recession. But the jobs may never come back.
Sometimes, the law can be an ass.
Janelle Nanos investigates her relationship with her iPhone.
Contrary to myth, the USA is still a major manufacturing power. But the factory has changed radically.
You’d think that in today’s world employers wouldn’t have trouble finding qualified employees. You’d be wrong.
Paul Krugman seems to believe that something like the bubble economy we enjoyed until it burst in 2008 could be had again if only our leaders were sufficiently bold.
Not surprisingly, people still order that big juicy cheeseburger even after being told it contains over 1,000 calories.
Local newspapers in Belgium inexplicably don’t want to be linked by Google and are using copyright law rather than a robots.txt file to enforce their wishes.
Automated programs are getting very good at poker and are winning large sums on online gambling sites.
Once the province of science fiction, a car that can drive itself is now a reality, thanks to Google and DARPA. The implications are mind boggling.
Newt Gingrich is drawing fire for his comments about that the President has a “Kenyan world view.” But, will Newt every pay the price for his inflammatory rhetoric ? Don’t count on it.