Mark Zuckerberg met with conservative leaders this week to address the Trending Topics controversy and remind them that there's a place for conservative voices at Facebook.
The surprise recovery of a girl abducted by Boko Haram points to progress in a global focus on children caught up in conflicts, and how to help them embrace their innocence.
The AMT is an alternative method of calculating federal income tax that runs parallel to the ordinary method. Certain circumstances trigger the AMT, and knowing what to watch for can help you plan how to manage your tax burden.
The New York legislature is opening itself up to a catfight as it considers a bill to ban declawing, a controversial cat surgery that some vets oppose and others insist can save at least nine lives.
Most of the analysis of Facebook’s news bias is missing the point. The ideas inherent in 'trending news' are problematic.
Discussions around menstruation are becoming less taboo as legislatures attempt to make feminine hygiene products more accessible and not a 'luxury item.'
A closed-door meeting at Harvard Medical School brought together 150 scientists, lawyers, and entrepreneurs to discuss the future of building human, or other organism, genomes from scratch.
Tough as it is to talk about money, doing so long before you say 'I do' will put your marriage on a solid financial foundation.
The social media giant is making its 'Capture the Flag' security challenge publicly available to encourage high schools and colleges to use gaming as a way of training hackers.
The company denied a report that employees suppressed stories of interest to conservative readers, but on Thursday it released guidelines that seem to contradict earlier claims that human editors have little influence.
The Pope has implemented several changes that have expanded women's roles in the Catholic church. His next move will be to create a committee to review their potential role as deacons.
As more money from corruption flows across borders – raising popular anger – global solutions are needed. But which solutions will strike at the heart of corruption?