There is a long and growing list of global companies, artists, and institutions that have “hurt the feelings of the Chinese people.” Last week it was video-game powerhouse Blizzard. Before that, the general
Last month, nearly 17 million undergrads returned to or entered college for the first time. By now, students have a feel for the vibe in their classrooms and the tone of dorm room and dining hall conversations.
Singapore’s new law to combat “fake news” has come into effect despite criticism from tech giants and activists, who labelled the tough rules a “chilling” attempt to stifle dissent. The law gives government
Singapore’s controversial “fake news” law took effect Wednesday despite critics warning the new rules may serve to suppress free speech by giving the government the power to determine what is false. The
When YouTuber Gus Johnson found one too many jalapeño stems on his Subway sandwich, he decided to see if a pattern existed in the popular sub chain's jalapeño quality. In video uploaded Wednesday, Johnson
If we're being optimistic, growing up means leaving a lot of things behind: goodbye to puking after a night of chugging as many cheap beers you can find, living exclusively on powdered mac and cheese,