Matthew Spencer Petersen admits to "the challenge that would be ahead of me." One of President Donald Trump’s nominees to a lifetime seat on a U.S. district court struggled to answer basic questions about
By Derek Hawkins Derek Hawkins National reporter focused on cybersecurity Email Bio Follow It was late-morning Friday when Anival Angulo rounded the corner onto East Mesquite Avenue, a quiet back street
Chances are, this has happened to you: You make a resolution with the best of intentions to break a bad habit or start a good one--maybe for the new year or your birthday or some other special occasion.
The Environmental Protection Agency announced on Tuesday afternoon sweeping changes to who can advise the agency on its research and regulatory priorities, opening the door to more industry participation.
Some employees at Fox News were left embarrassed and humiliated by their network's coverage of the latest revelations in special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian election meddling, to
J.K. Rowling (Getty/Angela Weiss) The acclaimed author proves her chops in lengthy novels and in 140 characters or less; beware Trump October 30, 2017 5:36pm (UTC) One of the skills evidently required
Washington (CNN) — Here are two headlines from recent weeks that don't share a specific link, but tell you a lot about what's going with the federal government right now. Trump will end health care cost-sharing
BuzzFeed News reporters visited the company's Whitefish, Montana, headquarters, finding a small cabin in a forested area. The company has ties to Trump's interior secretary, Ryan Zinke, a native of Whitefish
When it comes to brain training, some workouts seem to work better than others. A comparison of the two most common training methods scientists use to improve memory and attention found that one was twice
How to actually make the grid more resilient. The Trump administration absolutely united around one goal: supporting the US coal industry. Back in April, Energy Secretary Rick Perry commissioned a study
”Open a newspaper—or, more likely, click on a Facebook article on your phone—and there will be a story telling you that income inequality is at the root of America’s problems: 0.1% of the US population
• US government providing 200,000 meals a day to meet needs of 2m people • ‘There is no urgency in the government response to this humanitarian crisis’ Federal officials privately admit there is a massive
Just how does machine learning work? You’ve probably read a primer or two on the subject, but often the best way to understand a thing is to try it out for yourself. With that in mind, check out this in-browser
And you can try it at NYCC After a demonstration of the Oculus Dev Kit 1 in 2013, game developer and comic publisher Square Enix started work on a research project dubbed “Project Hikari.” The project
As the story goes, the chemical-filled Cuyahoga River in Cleveland burst into flames on June 22, 1969, possibly ignited by a spark from a passing train. That had happened at least dozen times before on
OTTAWA — For decades, Canadian social workers forcibly separated indigenous children from their families, putting them up for adoption by nonnative families in Canada and around the world. On Friday, Canadian