Researchers argue that political rhetoric can drive a rise in aggression toward minorities, but national data on the topic is incomplete.
A congressional report says encryption makes America safer. Why are these two Representatives refusing to sign on?
A roundup of global commentary for the Dec. 19, 2016 weekly magazine.
The company apologized Friday for accidentally undercounting traffic, at a time when viewer analytics are becoming increasingly important for digital journalism.
The social networking giant says it will make it easier for users to report fake news, flag fake stories with the help of fact-checkers, and disrupt financial incentives that drive fake news.
Depending on its specifics, experts say, the final policy could be both constitutional and precedented – even if critics find it offensive and ineffective.
Personal banking has become more convenient than ever, making it possible for parents who open accounts for their children to monitor their activity, and to teach them sound financial habits whenever they feel ready.
From rapid genetic analysis to spectrography, high-tech tools are being used to track down and prosecute perpetrators of the illegal wildlife trade – offering hope in stopping the trafficking of endangered species.
Police in Riyadh arrested the woman Monday, citing 'violations of general morals.'
China raised concerns Monday about US President-elect Donald Trump's willingness to question the United States longstanding position that Taiwan is part of 'one China.'
Reforming the mortgage interest deduction would raise taxes overall by about $240 billion, while benefiting low- and moderate-income taxpayers and boosting rates on higher earners.
Dylann Roof's two-hour confession was introduced as evidence in his federal death penalty trial on Friday, offering a glimpse into the societal forces that led him to gun down nine black churchgoers last year.