Can Jeffrey Siminoff, a gay white man, really improve the company’s diversity record? Experts on hiring say it’s about competence.
The geeky computer headset has been revamped. The update is foldable, sleeker and includes improved hardware.
More than 120 games are on sale in the second of three weeks of discounts, making it a great time to buy new titles.
Samsung announced more of its phones will have access to its mobile pay system and that users will soon be able to also pay online.
With the sales of CDs and DVDs in decline, books may constitute the last physical media standing, even as the broader print sector faces serious hurdles.
Thanks to one enterprising artist, everyone can get a glimpse of "Hamilton" -- even if they can't go to see it.
The Nation magazine and the union representing its workers reached a deal that applies to both birth and adoptive parents, regardless of gender.
The company that owns the rights to a famous feline’s likeness has filed a lawsuit over its image.
Tuesday's Republican primary debate drew about 5 million fewer viewers than the network's September debate did. Have GOP voters already made up their minds?
Following the attack in San Bernardino, California, an Islamic center in Florida was vandalized and a mosque in Virginia was threatened.
Men are three times more likely to be quoted in TV, print and radio news than women.
Meet Deen Squad, which is crushing Facebook with the video "Not A Terrorist," inspiring Muslim youth.
In France, hostility toward Muslims has some Muslim parents keeping their youngsters indoors and downplaying their religious identities.
The hit musical "Hamilton" has earned a huge following, but will the show's fans tune in to watch the ratings-challenged Tonys?
Paris is gearing up for an international climate conference, and activists want to make sure they literally have a seat at the table.
Anonymous threats made on college campuses are scaring communities and leading to arrests.
With a new virtual reality documentary, the New York Times is betting subscribers want to consume news content in a different way.
PETA launched a petition in response to a listing that incorrectly said a fashion designer sold shoes made of elephant skin.
After a Muslim student was bullied on Snapchat, a New Jersey school district said it found no evidence. Now it says that response was a clerical error.
Commercial broadcaster ITV said the BBC shouldn't be airing "indistinct" shows sourced from the United States.