A giant supercomputer is making massively detailed models of the cosmos. Imagine being asked to solve a complex algebra problem that is roughly 95 percent variables and only five percent known values.
Bloomberg called the bills dangerous and irresponsible and said they would make the city less safe. One measure would create an independent inspector general to monitor the New York City Police Department.
Movies are dying, bookstores disappearing, radio’s awful — but it’s a golden age of TV. Can we all learn from HBO? Scott Timberg July 21, 2013 11:00am (UTC) Like a state covered by a range of microclimates,
Detroit's bankruptcy can in part be traced to the loss of more than a million residents. So how have other "shrinking" US cities coped? The problems that have led Detroit to bankruptcy are multiple - decline,
The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America, When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with
An unidentified man is stopped by undercover police officers on Third Avenue between 41st and 42nd Street in New York. (Reuters) I love July 4. But what is “independence,” if full freedom still doesn’t
Activists today invoke the 2nd and 4th Amendments as if they’re kindred spirits with Madison. Here’s the real story Michael Lind June 20, 2013 11:44am (UTC) Is the Bill of Rights — made up by the first
Simply thinking about money can trigger people to lie, steal and make unethical decisions, new research shows. People who have just seen images of money or phrases about money are more likely to do something
One of the principle questions moving forward will be how the United States and China can manage to contain their disagreements over cyberspace without an escalation in cyber rivalry and the risk of a