For a huge number of Americans the key emotion driving the tortured primary campaigns has, arguably, been fear. It's fear of terrorism, fear of immigrants; but above all, it's a fear -- panic for some
We’re used to seeing transformed buildings in our cities – think hotels in town halls and bars in banks. But here are some of the more unusual proposals and projects – from a skate park in a church to
When you hop into Apple or Google's app stores on your smartphone or tablet and literally have more than a million apps enticing you, it's easy to get quickly overwhelmed. Of course, there are countless
SUMMERVILLE, S.C. (Reuters) - Hundreds of mourners, including prominent South Carolina politicians, attended the funeral on Saturday of Walter Scott, an African-American father of four who was shot in
Noted biosciences entrepreneur Jonathan Rothberg has a health startup incubator up in Connecticut, and one of its portfolio companies, Butterfly Network, has recently raised an $80 million funding round.
The self-driving car has traveled a long and lonely road to get here. Introduced to the American public by General Motors at the 1939 New York World’s Fair, the Depression-era dream of automated highways
Germany-based technology incubator Rocket Internet has launched a new on-demand online laundry service in London. Available on Android and iOS, ZipJet‘s drivers collect your dirty clothes and return them
Police in London have tested software designed to identify which gang members are most likely to commit violent crimes. The 20-week pilot study is thought to have been the first of its kind in the UK,
DALLAS (AP) — Thomas Eric Duncan's temperature spiked to 103 degrees during the hours of his initial visit to an emergency room — a fever that was flagged with an exclamation point in the hospital's record-keeping
Frisco, a prosperous and bland modern suburb 25 miles north of downtown Dallas, is normally chiefly known as the home of Major League Soccer’s FC Dallas and the RoughRiders minor league baseball team.
An American who was exposed to the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone was admitted Sunday to a National Institutes of Health clinic in Maryland, the agency announced. The patient, a physician who was exposed
A police officer patrolling in Ferguson, Missouri, was shot in the arm late Saturday, police said. His wound was not life-threatening, and he was released from a local hospital after being treated. There's
Thousands of Hong Kong citizens protested across the city on Monday, blocking roads and prompting the closure of banks and schools, as they stepped up their calls for democracy. Police attempts to use
Twelve counterterrorism thinkers weigh in on how we should we classify the “light-footprint” president’s new military campaign. Barack Obama entered the White House vowing to end the wars in Iraq and and
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Carlos Enrique Londoño laughs at the Ku Klux Klan recruitment flier recently left on the driveway of his suburban New York home. It's unlikely the group would accept him. "I'm Colombian and dark-skinned,"
ST. LOUIS -- Missouri Gov. Jay Nixon (D) held a meeting with the state legislature's black caucus on Sunday in the aftermath of the Michael Brown shooting, but he said he is sticking by the prosecuting
Hacker Group Releases Supposed St. Louis Police Audio Tapes From The Day Of Ferguson Teen's Fatal Shooting
Hacker group Anonymous has released purported audio tapes of the St. Louis Police Department's dispatch from Saturday, the day of Michael Brown's fatal shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. The relevant audio
It's a cyberwar robot that always hits back. In the high desert near Bluffdale, Utah, there lurks a creature made entirely of zeroes and ones. Called "MonsterMind", the project is an automated cyber weapon,
There are technologists who specialize in “scanning the Internet.” They are like a search team making its way through a neighborhood, but instead of checking the knob of every door, they check Internet
Recent reports suggest the system that routers use to share the map of the internet with one another has grown too large for some older routers to handle — which could result in poor connectivity. The