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President Donald Trump attacked Amazon on Twitter Thursday morning, arguing that the online retailer doesn’t pay enough taxes and the USPS is its “delivery boy.”
Former Cambridge Analytica employee Christopher Wylie made a series of surprising assertions about the data mining company to British lawmakers on March 27.
Martin Amis explains why the biggest challenge of free speech is learning to use it responsibly.
Why you should use Facebook with a healthy dose of skepticism.
This incredible woman helped a community of women turn their lives around in the course of just a couple of weekends.
Geobiologist Hope Jahren explains why knowing your legal protections is probably more useful than attending another behavioral seminar on avoiding harassment.
Turns out that laws (already in action in 22 states) that don't allow violent people to own firearms actually lower homicides.
We are all of us held together by words.
After concerns over data security, Elon Musk has elected to remove his companies from Facebook entirely.
Free-market fans often fail to see how self-interest can create diseased-market games. Robert Frank helps diagnose American healthcare's deadly trillion-dollar disease.
The report, released by "advisors to the wealthy," shows what the rich spend their investment money on. Hint: It's not factories.
In his first media appearances since the Cambridge Analytica story broke, Mark Zuckerberg spoke to several publications about how Facebook plans to protect user data going forward.
Good news for space exploration?
Over the past week, former employees at Facebook and other companies have revealed how tens of millions of users' data has been harvested and passed along to outside parties.
The 2018 World Happiness Index reveals some surprises and explains why the world's richest country is not one of its happiest.
In 1868, equal protection under the law was granted to every born and naturalized U.S. citizen—no exceptions. That's radical, says Van Jones.
Last month, the United States Federal Bureau of Prisons released more than 6,000 prisoners early. The Sentencing Commission reduced their sentences retroactively. And the Senate is considering a bipartisan bill to...
If you check your phone in the middle of the night, it says something about you.
The history of women being elected to offices of supreme power is short. Here are 10 women who have made the most of that time.
Sudan leaves behind only two other northern white rhinos, but artificial reproductive technologies could provide a future for the subspecies.