(CNN) — Allegations of sexual assault and the use of date-rape drugs have surfaced at Northwestern University. The school received tips about two alleged incidents, one on January 21 and the other this
The blood-testing company once carried a $9 billion valuation and the promise of running multiple tests on just a single drop of blood. But, starting in October 2015, cracks began to show, calling into
"Empowerment is to give the power to someone else—I have the power within myself to live my life and my dreams." The most intriguing stories of womanhood are ones that involve change, where the main character
Theranos closed its last remaining blood-testing facility after the lab reportedly failed a regulatory inspection, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The company, once valued at $9 billion, is
The embattled blood-testing company recruited a technology advisory board, which will serve alongside Theranos' existing scientific and medical advisory board. Theranos also recently revamped its boards
Mark Zuckerberg will testify in a $2 billion lawsuit that claims the VR startup he bought was based on stolen tech
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will testify in court on Tuesday, January 17 for a potentially explosive lawsuit that claims the Oculus VR startup he acquired for $2 billion was based on stolen technology.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea’s special prosecutor said on Sunday it will take into account the economic impact of whether to arrest Samsung Group [SAGR.UL] leader Jay Y. Lee in connection with an influence-peddling
Troubled blood testing startup Theranos is downsizing yet again. Theranos said on Friday it has fired 155 employees -- about 41% of its current workforce. In October, it laid off 340 employees across California
In the far reaches of the Las Vegas Convention Center's South Hall, beyond booths full of off-brand robots, massage chairs, power strips and hoverboards (presumably not the exploding kind), is a row of
14 charts that will remind you — no matter how you felt about 2016 — that the world is getting better every day
Over at the site Our World in Data, economist Max Roser has been putting together a compendium of charts and briefs that reveal the state of our world. Roser's data tell an uplifting story. The world the
One in four El Monte residents lives in poverty. Yet taxpayers pay a steep price to fund bonus pensions and other perks for city workers. James Mussenden doesn’t bring up his pension in casual conversation.
At the end of most years, I’m typically asked to write about the best psychology papers of the past twelve months. This year, though, is not your typical year. And so, instead of the usual “best of,” decided
Why use one drone when you can use one hundred? Although large Predator and Reaper drones are the face of modern militaries, drone swarms—dozens of fixed-wing drones flying in coordinated formation— could
(CNN) — When historians look back at the 2016 election, there will likely be many big mysteries to solve. More than many other election in recent history, this heated contest included a number of bizarre