The inventor of the world wide web remains an optimist but sees a ‘nasty wind’ blowing amid concerns over advertising, net neutrality and fake news Sir Tim Berners-Lee’s optimism about the future of the
Is coffee actually good for you? How many cups a day is considered healthy? Is drip coffee worse than espresso? Joe Avella and Jessica Orwig answer these questions and more on the Facebook series "Science
WASHINGTON — One by one, they praised President Trump, taking turns complimenting his integrity, his message, his strength, his policies. Their leader sat smiling, nodding his approval. “The greatest of
In the future, we should name major disasters after the person most responsible for causing them. Donald Trump knows the power of branding and actually makes huge profits by selling the use of his name.
For the third time in history, we’ve directly detected an unmistakable signature of black holes: gravitational waves resulting from their merger. Combine that with what we know from stellar orbits around
Washington (CNN) — President Donald Trump is going back to his comfort zone of rallying his base after betraying a tinge of regretful nostalgia for the life of a billionaire reality star he left behind.
Trump administration removes apology for historic mass government discrimination against LGBTI employees
The Trump administration sparked fury from gay activists after it removed from its state department's website an apology for past discrimination towards the LGBTI community. Former secretary of state Kerry
Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. Do you wake up in the middle of the night? A lot? Have you ever wondered that the reason isn't you're
Astronomers loathe light pollution, also called skyglow: a dim yet pervasive orange light that obscures a crisp view of the night sky. But as a new study called "The new world atlas of artificial night