WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A CIA operative told a jury on Tuesday about the terror he experienced in 2012 when militants attacked the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya, and described how he recovered
Science and philosophy have a long, complicated history. Both are human endeavors aimed at articulating the nature of the world. But where the line between them lies depends a lot on perspective and history.
The company’s self-driving division is in a “mini civil war,” according to insiders. For Uber, the embattled ride-hail juggernaut now valued at $70 billion, much of the company’s future is resting on happens
Just because you don't work for NASA doesn't mean you can't use its code. On Wednesday, the space agency released its latest online software catalog of over 1,000 code descriptions related to topics such
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - European Union lawmakers “overwhelmingly” voted on Tuesday to lift the EU parliamentary immunity of French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen for tweeting pictures of Islamic State
Innovation In 1974, an enormous ship sailed into the waters northeast of Hawaii. The vessel, built by billionaire Howard Hughes, was set to begin mining mineral deposits in the deep sea — or so the world
Goldman Sachs thinks it's time to pull the plug on Tesla's stock. David Tamberrino, an analyst at the influential Wall Street investment bank, downgraded Tesla's stock to a "sell" rating on Monday morning.
Physicists have made a new phase of matter called a time crystal—but what does that even mean? Last month, a team of physicists from UC Berkeley said they'd created a blueprint for a new phase of matter