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The filmmaker’s riveting documentary 'When They See Us' tells the story of five men convicted—wrongly—of rape. It brings the story to life in new ways.
Eleanor Lutz is a biologist with a knack for producing rich data visualizations. She released her latest series, Atlas of Space, this month.
A top secret US nuke installation in Greenland was supposed to end with 600 missiles aimed at the USSR. Instead it opened the door to a huge breakthrough in climate research.
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
The long-awaited shift from paperless ballots could make elections more secure.
Tuesday June 11, 2019. 11:41 PM
The Trevor Project publishes a massive survey on the lives of young LGBTQ+ people, shedding light on a mental health crisis.
A tourist's jaunt to the ISS is the most expensive camping trip possible, complete with sleeping bag and dehydrated food. But the views are out of this world.
The 'Final Fantasy VII' remake looks, frankly, incredible. Also, everyone's launching subscription services, apparently.
Nine states and the District of Columbia say the deal will reduce competition and lead to higher prices for wireless service.
Austrian photographer Gregor Kallina documents Kiruna, an Arctic city in the process of relocation.
The trial, which hinges on a lead found using DNA on a genealogy site, will not address whether the new sleuthing method is legal, however.
With carbon emissions soaring, plans to study and develop geoengineering technologies are gaining traction as a last resort.
You can listen to the _OK Computer_–era tracks right here.
The company’s system for targeting ads is under fire for gender and ethnic bias. In some cases, the cure could be worse than the disease.
Cadillac's Super Cruise will shut itself off when the car reaches a tricky spot where a driver needs to pay attention.
Here are five ways to back up all of the Messages and SMS conversations stored on your mobile device.
Archive of Our Own, the fanfiction database recently nominated for a Hugo, has perfected a system of tagging that the rest of the web could emulate.
From Pose to Tales of the City, there's a slew of content telling new stories about the LGBTQ+ rights movement.
Inflatable balloon reflectors could peer into deep space, scanning for signs of water, at a fraction of the cost of a traditional telescope.
Season 2 is light years ahead of the show's first season.
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