On Monday morning, YouTube removed Infowars and The Alex Jones Channel from its platform, following similar bans from Apple, Spotify and Facebook.
A new poll highlights the dramatic influence of partisan thinking in the U.S. with regards to key principles of international law.
What are the health and environmental effects of electric night light?
Other forms of expression—nude dancing, flag burning, donating to political campaigns—are protected by the First Amendment. Why not computer code?
An online conspiracy theory about President Donald Trump is now affecting people and politics in real life.
The latest data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics reveal a rise in workplace fatalities, including how people are dying, and where they’re dying.
'Medicare for all', also known as Single Payer Health Care, will be hotly debated this year, and more and more U.S. voters support the idea.
A new report from the Boston Globe shows how a shadowy Transportation Security Administration program, dubbed 'Quiet Skies', orders undercover federal marshals to track citizens who aren't necessarily on a terrorist watchlist.
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Exactly 65 years after the end of the Korean war, these soldiers are headed home.
It marks the company’s biggest stock market drop ever.
Health experts told Congress that we're woefully unprepared for the coming realities of climate change. Will we listen?
Hackers working for Russia have gained access to hundreds of U.S. electric utilities in 2017, according to new reports from federal officials.
The continuing cyber threats to American democracy expose the serious vulnerabilities of its Internet and call for dramatic changes.
A new study's findings suggests that legalization has “produced some demonstrable and persistent benefit" to police departments in Washington and Colorado.
Humanitarian aid increases human welfare on a global scale, but it can also be one of the greatest ways of spreading influence and diplomatic power.
The FDA plans to start enforcing guidelines that would prevent manufacturers of products like almond and soy milk from using the word ‘milk’ in marketing and labeling.
Immigrants who come to the U.S. are significantly less likely than U.S.-born individuals to have mental health problems, according to a new study published in Psychiatry Research.
The Department of Justice has reached a settlement with Defense Distributed in a landmark decision that will enable the controversial organization to publish CAD files of firearms on its DEFCAD website.
A Chicago lawmaker says UBI is not only a way to ensure people still get paid as automation displaces their jobs, but that it’s also a safeguard against the inevitable sociopolitical strife that would follow.
Restaurants are increasingly less likely to accept paper currency, a trend that likely protects businesses from theft but also makes it harder for low-income people to shop.
Prison isn't just terrible for the prisoners. Increasingly, the employees are suffering, too.
In 1936, Hitler ordered the construction of Prora on a German island. The reasons for its existence are rooted in Nazi mysticism.
If conjoined twins are forced to get along and share... so can a divided America.
“Please consider this a commitment that I will fund fixing the water in any house in Flint that has water contamination,” Musk tweeted.
It was officially closed in 2007, but has just been reopened.
A close look at the fabrication costs and value of an iPhone reveals that China gets a lot of (low-paid) jobs, while the profits flow to other countries. This puts the China vs. Trump trade war in perspective.
The killer whale involved in the incident, Tilikum, has been involved in three deaths of humans while in captivity.
President Trump has placed retaliatory tariffs on the U.S.’s closest allies. His justification for this policy is national security and the protection of America’s businesses. But history has shown us that trade wars don’t put America first.