The NYPD's effort to use Twitter to elicit photos of positive NYPD-public interactions backfired on Tuesday, when several users instead posted photos of police brutality to the suggested hashtag #myNYPD.
A new mathematical model of consciousness implies that your PC will never be conscious in the way you are
Chemicals in common household products such as toothpaste, soap and plastic toys have a direct impact on human sperm which could help explain rising levels of male infertility, scientists have found.
Economists differ as to what this all means, but one professor of literature has coined a term for it: “the economics of corrupt officialdom.” Corrupt officials, he argues, have a lot to do with the absence of price inflation.
As if the American Empire didn't already resemble the Galactic Empire from Star Wars in countless ways, the US Army may soon equip soldiers with literal Stormtrooper helmets.
As hydraulic fracturing ramps up around the country, so do concerns about its health impacts. These concerns have led 20 states to require the disclosure of industrial chemicals used in the fracking process.
A FOIA battle with the FBI reveals that the agency was paying a lot of attention to the late journalist's reporting on the missing soldier.