Lawmakers are betting on a tourism boom if Japan decides to legalize casinos and become the third-largest gambling market in the world.
According to a new study, chimpanzees are at least as good at (if not better) than humans at adjusting strategy choices during competition.
Working with Caltech and MinecraftEdu, Google has released a mod for the popular world-building game that provides insights into quantum behavior.
The organization wants to work with game developers to create scenarios that provide appropriate virtual punishment for players who commit what would be considered war crimes in real life.
It's a huge stretch to blame ordinary Detroiters for the imprudence of their city's municipal government.
It's not easy being Justice.
When Fisher v. University of Texas is decided in the next few days, Justice Anthony Kennedy may cast the decisive vote ending affirmative action as we know it. Unless he doesn't.
Congress gets to pick its own voters, and not the other way around. But what if we got rid of gerrymandering and made 200 races in the House competitive every two years instead of just 30 or 40?