The anniversary of the 1966 debut of the classic science fiction show will include conventions and interactive opportunities as well as a new movie this summer.
Rumors have been circulating that Apple is building an electric car, but Elon Musk, of Tesla Motors, thinks that it is highly probable.
In parts of Africa up to half of some crops are lost due to inefficient harvesting, storage, processing, and time to market. A new initiative aims to cut food waste and loss in half by 2030.
The American Civil Liberties Union worked with Republican and Democratic state lawmakers nationwide to advocate for legislation to strengthen privacy protections for students, consumers, and employees.
A Taliban attack on a Pakistani university adds to the list of jihadi strikes on young Muslims. Youth in the Islamic world need more support, and can be enlisted to counter terrorist groups – rather than being recruited by them.
The Court may override lower courts' decisions against the executive actions, which would enable up to 5 million parents of US citizens, currently living illegally in the United States, to find legal jobs.
Tom Rochon had recently received a vote of 'no confidence' from students and faculty.
French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo shows a cartoon of a grown-up Aylan Kurdi, the drowned Syrian toddler, chasing after women in Germany.
Board president Lori Lightfoot said that they will weigh the concerns of the community and recommend the best candidate to the mayor.
In a bid for the attention of younger viewers, who are increasingly abandoning cable and broadcast TV, the White House is partnering with Amazon to make President Obama's State of the Union speech available on-demand and streamed live, while beefing up its social media presence to connect with more potential viewers online.
Trump's criticism that the NFL has gone 'soft' needs to be seen in the context of his difficult business relationship with the game of pro football.
On January 19th, the Federal Trade Commission is poised to rule on whether Tesla Motors and other carmakers would be allowed to sell their cars directly to consumers.
DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz has been attacked for saying that women born after Roe v. Wade take abortion rights for granted. Millennials' views on abortion may or may not be changing, but their reasons are.
As part of a settlement deal in two civil rights lawsuits, New York City will bar investigations based on race, ethnicity, and religion, lawyers said Thursday, following outreach efforts in recent months.