Throughout China, there are hundreds of cities that have almost everything one needs for a modern, urban lifestyle: high-rise apartment complexes, developed waterfronts, skyscrapers, and even public art.
Researchers in immunotherapy trials engineer cells so they boost body’s natural defences and stand guard for lifetime - acting effectively like vaccine A revolutionary new cancer treatment that remembers
They're not the kind of people you want to spend much time with. This raises the obvious question - to put it bluntly, why over evolutionary timescales haven't these people died out? One possibility is
A modder rooting through Fallout 4's assets found an unused weapon whose unusual animation hints at some kind of underwater level in the game, either planned and scrapped or yet to come in DLC. Modder
A few years ago, I needed to buy a router, but when I looked at the ones at the store, it was daunting. The associate wasn’t really able to help me, so I went with one based on brand name. That wound being
Strangers often ask me to challenge them with mathematical brainteasers. It comes with the territory, I suppose. My stock reply is to pose them Three Switches puzzle. It’s a classic that is easy to state
We'll see them again on screen in "Jurassic World," which hits theaters June 12. However, you may not realize the ferocious beasts we've become acquainted with onscreen are much different than what popular
As wealth and stock ownership has become more concentrated, good jobs that lead to a middle class lifestyle are increasingly eroded. Unfortunately, not enough people seem to be noticing. Indeed, the Wall
Corsair knows how to expertly construct a PC chassis, and I doubt there are many dissenters to argue this. From budget workhorses like the Carbide 200R to mini-ITX beauties like the 250D to super towers
DICE's upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront is giving fans of the classic series a lot to be excited about. But some fans still have some reservations. Eurogamer asked DICE general manager Patrick Bach what
When most people think of Devil May Cry, they probably think of the series' cocky protagonist, Dante. If you're a hardcore fan, you may also consider his brother Vergil — first made playable in 2006's
In 2015 we’ve explored building your own compact, budget 1080p gaming PC. Now it’s time to lower the difficulty and ramp up the power with a new DIY $750 build, a quiet gaming system that finds Nvidia
The answer has been inside you all along Today, the field of oncology is exploring new and diverse ways to fight cancer, from antibodies to vaccines to cracking the genetic code. All of these biological
Science & InnovationGermination Figuring out how to talk about antibiotic resistance—which you’ll be seeing discussed here a lot, since it’s the topic of my last book, an important part of my next book,
Chris Robert's Star Citizen may be the most financially successful crowdfunding project ever with more than $74 million raised so far. How's he doing it? By selling beautiful ships by the hangar full.
To hasten the death of the entire universe, Marvel Comics will end 33 comic books, according to David Gabriel, Marvel's SVP of sales and marketing. The casualties will amass as a result of the Secret storyline,
At an annual dinner hosted by the journalist group Gridiron Club, Obama joked about several of the controversies surrounding Hillary Clinton, the Democratic front-runner in the 2016 presidential race.
Without a definitive explanation from the Kremlin, Russian President Vladimir Putin welcomed President Almazbek Atambayev of Kyrgyzstan amid swirling rumors. Putin rarely goes unnoticed after a year during
WASHINGTON -- More than 16 million Americans gained health coverage because of the Affordable Care Act, mainly via the law's health insurance exchange and Medicaid expansion, according to an analysis Monday
Jason Villalba (AP/Eric Gay) Here’s what happens when a policing issue divides the pro-freedom movement from the pro-cop crowd in Texas Heather Digby Parton March 16, 2015 3:24pm (UTC) One would be hard-pressed
If the ACA gets overturned, the impact will be immediate. Loss of the federal subsidy would put up to 9.6 million people at risk of losing their health insurance; it would also trigger up to 35-percent
(Reuters/Jonathan Ernst) GOP also-ran seeks renewed relevance at far-right religious conference Luke Brinker March 16, 2015 3:40pm (UTC) Largely forgotten by the conservative voters who propelled him an