Zuckerberg's book club, A Year of Books, has focused on big ideas that influence society and business. For his 16th pick, he's gone with "The Varieties Of Religious Experience" by William James (1842-1919).
Phoenix, Arizona is the latest major US city to make it mandatory for pet stores to only offer adoptable rescues from shelters. A federal judge recently ruled to uphold a 2013 ordinance banning pet stores
(CNN) — The top 10 candidates for the Republican presidential nomination only had a few minutes each on Thursday to capture the attention of voters tuning in to the first big-league Republican presidential
SEATTLE — Hours after Black Lives Matter protesters shut down a Bernie Sanders rally here, the Vermont senator’s populist Democratic presidential campaign once again attempted to cast Sanders as the candidate
Recruiting advert spawns trending global gender and diversity campaign #iLookLikeAnEngineer, leading thousands to post pictures in support Thousands of female engineers have taken to Twitter to dispel
Digital rendering of famous animal killed by US hunter aiming to highlight issues over deaths of other African creatures at the hands of foreigners An Oscar-nominated animator who worked on Disney classic
(CNN) — Cecil the lion, the big cat slain in Zimbabwe last month by an American hunter, is now to be immortalized as a plush toy. Amid widespread sorrow and outrage over the lion's death, toy manufacturer
Isn’t it the most Samsung thing in the world to introduce a new technology that’s actually kind of interesting, and then ruin any originality points it picked up by blatantly ripping off Apple? That’s
The week’s best arts and culture reads – including the Pixar theory of labour, Van Gogh’s letters and how to approach contemporary music. Art history | Selfie with Sunflowers Discussion of Vincent Van
Apple may not be our favorite company here at Android Authority, but we gotta give it to them for coming up with the MagSafe charger; it’s about the most convenient and safe charging technology we have
Two women’s arrest and court appearance for indecent exposure highlights ‘discriminatory laws’ in Morocco, says human rights group Amnesty International has condemned a Moroccan court’s decision to put
Software could crash and markets suffer as a leap second is added to world time at midnight tonight Airlines, trading floors and technology companies are braced for chaos today as world timekeepers prepare
A Milwaukee gallery has been criticised for acquiring a portrait of Pope Benedict made out of condoms – but the church has accepted far more subversive work A Catholic dignitary who has criticised a Milwaukee
In fact, there are ways your phone might actually be good for you. We've compiled a list of apps to boost your brainpower, hone your memory, and even improve your emotional intelligence. The science of
When Apple first unveiled HealthKit, its health and ﬁtness tracking platform, the company bragged that it would allow users to "monitor all of the metrics that you're most interested in." But it didn't.