Airlines vowed to bring social distancing to the air. In practice, some are and some aren’t.
French artist Paiheme Studio created these delightful
GitHub has introduced READMEs for profiles that allow to display profile views
He must pass his financial records to prosecutors but not to lawmakers, the US Supreme Court rules.
On Tuesday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), a financial watchdog agency, made headlines by rolling back rules for payday lenders. The revised rules say lenders no longer have to assess if borrowers can afford to repay short-term loans.
The sale is “an end-run around the usual legal processes.”
Will Smith opened up about experiences he had with police in Philadelphia as the US continues to grapple with the death of multiple Black Americans at the hands of the police.
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will not revise its guidelines for reopening schools despite calls from President Donald Trump and the White House to do so, agency Director Dr. Robert Redfield said Thursday.
They don’t need a full ban to get TikTok in trouble.
As the coronavirus has made its alarming American comeback in recent weeks — with dozens of states across the South and West regularly reporting record numbers of new cases and propelling the nationwide total of new daily infections past 50,000 for the first time — President Trump and others have sought
Police in Miami on Wednesday arrested the former governor of the Mexican state of Chihuahua, Cesar Duarte, who is wanted on corruption charges in his homeland, U.S. and Mexican officials said. Duarte, who governed the northern border state from 2010 to 2016, has been accused by Mexican authorities of
Android 11 betas on the Pixel 4 have introduced a screen flickering bug, but an update will be coming within the next two weeks to resolve that.
In its first of 3 decisions today, SCOTUS gives a nod to tribal sovereignty.
The unique nature of the new particle could help us understand other, more complex mechanisms in physics that are not within our reach today.
According to a new study, 70 percent of security teams have seen more than double the volume of security alerts in the past five years. These high volumes of reports cause problems for IT security teams with 83 percent saying their security staff experience 'alert fatigue'.
The home’s layout is like a multi-level townhouse, except with some Mars-specific tweaks; there’s a rover docking port attached to the ground floor.
As the novel coronavirus pandemic has continued to spread around the world, scientists have scrambled to try and find effective ways to impart the risks and needs required of the public to mitigate the impact of covid-19. And now some scientists in the UK have decided to turn to comics to help educate people.
Before you start reading this, pull out your iPad, pull up the App Store, and make sure you’ve updated to the latest version of the Gmail app. If you’re using iPadOS 13 or later, you’ll now be able to multitask—finally—which means you’ll be able to access your many, many emails while having other apps loaded and displayed at the same time (like, say, Calendar.)
Teachers say they're concerned about staying safe in their classrooms, as President Trump demands that schools reopen
If the US military were a country, its fuel usage alone would make it the 47th largest emitter of greenhouse gases in the world.
A man has been charged in the death of Summer Taylor, a 24-year-old protester who was struck by a vehicle during a demonstration early Saturday in Seattle.
Top-end game pricing has never been lower when measured in constant dollars.
The FBI raids targeted an art scheme involving six-figure deals, wealthy buyers and elegantly faked art that fooled the country's top art experts
Libtorrent has added support for WebTorrent, bridging the gap between traditional torrent clients and web-based tools and services.
Recent data from Minneapolis show an increase in shooting crimes but not other crimes, the same pattern as in Chicago in 2016. The likely reason is a reduction in police street stops, just as in Chicago in 2016.
Google laid out the efforts that led to Android 10's adoption being the fastest ever. it began with Project Treble in Android Oreo. The firm also provided a few future plans for Android 11.
Ilya Somin is a law professor at George Mason University, and author of “Free to Move: Foot Voting, Migration, and Political Freedom.” Some parts of this post have been adapted from a previous piece on the Volokh Conspiracy blog, hosted by Reason. Today’s Supreme Court decision in Trump v. Mazars
From the FIRE letter: We are concerned that UCLA may have departed from its commitment to academic freedom and its
The suspects were located following the hack of a Europe-wide phone system.
The United States on Thursday took its first major action to stop "horrific" abuses against China's Uighurs and other Turkic Muslims, slapping sanctions on several senior officials. Three officials will be refused US visas and see any US-based assets frozen including Chen Quanguo, the
Comet NEOWISE has completed its close approach to the Sun and is now returning from whence it came. Visible comets like this don’t come around often, so you’re going to want to see this celestial wonder with your own eyes before it’s too late. Here’s how.
This is your periodic reminder that there is still no known cure, nor specific pharmaceutical preventative or treatment, for COVID-19. So if anybody is selling one, it’s a scam.
Vance strikes me as compelling and correct. Mazars creates a complex and unwieldy balancing test.
Federal prosecutors allege that a top immunologist at Ohio State University illegally concealed Chinese funding for his research and attempted to flee the country before his arrest in Alaska in May.In a criminal complaint unsealed on Thursday, the Justice Department accuses Song Guo Zheng, the Ronald
The defense secretary and the chairman of the Joint Chiefs respond to careful prompts from Republicans on Thursday aimed at defending the Trump administration on the Russian bounty allegations.
Blocking access to key law enforcement data hinders critical accountability efforts by journalists and researchers and ultimately limits discourse on public safety.
When someone coughs, talks or even breathes, they send tiny respiratory droplets into the surrounding air. The smallest of these droplets can float for hours, and there is strong evidence that they can carry live coronavirus if the person is infected.The risk from these aerosols isn’t currently incorporated
A personal dispute has prompted Ron DeSantis, the Florida governor, to discourage donors from contributing, people familiar with the discussions said. His top fund-raiser denies any attempt to undercut the convention.
The magazine’s “free speech” open letter has ignited some very public intra-newsroom feuds and caused several of its signers to scramble to back away from it.
No one agrees on how tech companies should perform the impossible job of moderating their platforms. But almost everyone agrees platforms are doing it wrong.
Conservatives complain too many of their fellow social media users are being silenced by...
LEGO builder Douglas Hughes @douglas.j.hughes has made an absolute unit of a military transport, so his troops can strike from anywhere!
In this GDC 2018 session game dev Matt Brown examines the various techniques employed across all four generations of The Sims to empower player-driven and emergent storytelling.
Serena Williams, Al Gore, Mark Zuckerberg and Priscilla Chan invested millions, but life inside the company can be less than ideal.
EU to invest €2bn on vaccines now being tested but UK officials say scheme benefits are ‘limited’
A recent wave of bans of Call of Duty: Modern Warfare and Warzone accounts swept up a number of players who said they were perfectly innocent. Now, Activision seems to be quietly cleaning up the mess.
Charlie Bourne was an expert in computerized search for 40 years before Google. CHM has recently finished cataloging his unique collection of materials documenting the history of online search and information systems from the 1950s onward, supported by a generous grant from the National Archives.