A developing technology called “blockchain” has gotten attention from election officials, startups and even Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang as a potential way to boost voter turnout...
If there ever were a Trojan Horse of public education, it is stabled with technologists now generously giving away Virtual Reality and other fun tech toys.
As a hugely diverse continent, one thing has united Asia in the last 50 years: economic development.
China will be forced to crank up its economic statecraft to retaliate against the U.S. House's actions to promote human rights.
Errol Spence Jr. may be out of the boxing ring longer than anticipated. It all depends on the penalties arising from his DWI charge.
Tech companies use product launches to position themselves as the heroes of the digital revolution.
As the country grew, each census required greater effort than the last. That problem led to the invention of the punched card.
Currently, it is doubtful the required two-thirds of the Senate would vote to convict Trump. But senators’ votes could change by the time they receive the articles of impeachment from the House.
Movie studios are launching their own streaming apps but record labels aren’t about to do the same.
Instant runoffs encourage more civil campaigns as candidates seek to appeal to an audience that may not have them as their first choice but would consider them as a second.
Youth activists are emboldened to make our voices heard because our future hangs in the balance.
Most K-12 schools aren't preparing students to fill the jobs of the future.
The effect that 5G will have on a city like New York is far-reaching. It will help fuel new innovations and create an immersive world of interactive services and experiences, all delivered in real...
After four long years of teasing, teasers and release dates; Slitherine has finally published Close Combat: The Bloody First. The fiddly tabletop wargame isn't anything close to Company of Heroes...
Even with the promise of same-day delivery, e-tailers like Amazon will never be able to deliver fast enough or satisfy many consumer needs.
The Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal, or FAIR, Act effectively bans "private, pre-dispute arbitration," a type of out-of-court legal proceeding that Americans have relied on for almost 100 years.
CEOs must demonstrate they're serious by transforming their firms into "B corporations," which legally bind themselves to the common good.
The worst banker in the world when it comes to funding the climate crisis is JPMorgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon.
The rise of new technologies has opened up the possibility of a smart mobility future where people around the world enjoy the benefits of ownership without the burdens. This is the paradigm shift...
It is clear that key parts of today’s food systems are not working for the planet, or for people.
Trying to predict an ultimate victor in a winner-take-all blockchain competition is premised on a false assumption: that “blockchain” is a monolithic concept that will ultimately be dominated by,...
Trump is threatening to impose 25% tariffs on China if its president doesn't attend the G20 summit.