“With such harrowing statistics, we cannot accept anything less than an end to financing an industry profiting off the pain and suffering of children and families,” stated an official statement by the
Ethics dominates a lot of conversation in Silicon Valley. People are asking: Can self-driving cars learn ethics? Should we genetically modify insects? Is it okay to put 5G technology in world-class cities
Americans are concerned about some of the corporate practices that put people at risk: Mining and selling data in ways that compromise privacy. Using facial recognition software that leads to biased decisions.
Raise our taxes, they plead. So why not start writing checks today? Nineteen uberwealthy Americans posted an open letter Monday calling on “all candidates for President” to support a “moderate” wealth
Employees of the online furniture retailer Wayfair are planning a walkout on Wednesday to protest the company’s sale of more than $200,000 in bedroom furniture to a detention center for migrant children
When it comes to dating and relationships, a lot of women want only one thing: free food. According to a groundbreaking study, up to a third of heterosexual women have dated men they’re not romantically
Honestly, we did not think this would go all across the internet. On Tuesday, employees of an e-commerce brand emerged as unlikely activists in the fight over the fate of migrant children at America's
WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Donald Trump fired the acting Attorney General, Sally Q. Yates, after learning that she had downloaded a copy of the United States Constitution to her computer, Trump reporters