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Friday September 7, 2018. 01:27 AM
Bernie Sanders wants companies like Amazon to pay when their employees rely on public benefits, but the retail giant benefits even more from economic incentives offered by local politicians.
After years of abuse and spreading conspiracy theories, Alex Jones finally went too far for Twitter with a relatively tame rant.
Thursday September 6, 2018. 11:40 PM
M. Scott Mahaskey captured the scene in an unscripted backdoor moment after the Twitter–Facebook Senate hearings.
The Department of Justice has taken its first legal action against North Korea's cybercrimes, in a massive complaint made public Thursday.
Lily Hevesh sets ’em up to knock ’em down—in breathtakingly complicated arrangements.
Native Instruments refreshes its entire line of music creation and performance tools. But the really fun stuff is in the flagship DJ controller.
The current school system is too rigid, and it’s designed for a different world anyway.
A dozen women brave polar bears and frostbite to walk, ski, and trudge to the top of the world. It’s a bonding exercise, yes, but also a unique chance to study the female body in extremis.
Stuff is constantly falling—off tables, out of bags, from the sky. Let's explore the science of all things tumbling downward.
A new report outlines how social and economic policies could shape the future of the wealthy and unequal region.
The latest performance variant of the truck is clad in Boron steel, rides 31-inch tires, and will take you down any road. Or lack thereof.
A new robot named Hal is sending medical training straight into the uncanny valley.
Dara Khosrowshahi has helped fix Uber’s image, but now he must make the company competitive in a crowded market.
A new startup, Elevian, is joining a host of other companies trying to disrupt death.
Amazon accounts for a smaller share of retail sales than you might think, so it has plenty of room to grow---unless governments rise up.
Wednesday September 5, 2018. 11:00 PM
Outspoken athletes have long been central to Nike’s corporate DNA, but the company is making clear that what happens off the field is more important than stats.
We asked Markiplier, Liza Koshy, Hannah Hart, and Rhett and Link how they make their dough. Here's what they said.
As Jack Dorsey and Sheryl Sandberg testified before Congress, some of Twitter and Facebook's most notorious trolls and misinformation artists watched on.
Times have changed. The president is being held in check by terrified aides who are trying to keep his worst impulses in check. But disaster may only be a tweet away. Here's how it could happen.
Every year, Russia's president presents the Order of Parental Glory to parents who raise seven or more children. The photos are... something to behold.
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