Updates from Tuesday, April 29 CBS' Ken Berger reports that the league confirms the voice on the tape is Sterling, and that the league is banning him for life and fining him $2.5 million: TMZ reports recording
A lack of transparency and oversight has led to abuses time and again, in every era. The ongoing debate about the national-security state's conduct drills down, for many participants, to this question:
Let’s see, we have a company that already knows everything about us, has possibly the world’s largest computer network, has recently built one of the biggest artificial-intelligence teams in the world–a
Spotify, Pandora, and other streaming music services might destroy the music business, forcing artists to trade the reliable margins of album sales for a few pennies of royalties. Or they might save it,
Apple has gone on a hiring spree for its iWatch effort, suggesting it needs additional expertise to address design issues, The Financial Times reported Sunday. The gadget maker has been "aggressively"
As you all know by now, we love finding extraordinary destinations off the beaten path like Lake Baikal in Siberia. Today, we bring you another one which can only be described as surreal or otherworldly.
Quebec town is bracing for rising death toll as firefighters reach hardest hit areas. The air brakes on the runaway oil train that devastated a Quebec town early Saturday had been disabled by firefighters