The shooting of an unarmed black man by a white Tulsa police officer is just the latest example of that city's trouble racial past.
It's the 75th anniversary of the creation of Curious George — and the story of his creation is almost as good as the stories of Curious George.
“The digital revolution is both launching us into a no-handwriting future, and also sending us backwards in time to when the spoken word ruled,” says the author of a new book.
The discovery of a planet in the "goldilocks zone" of Proxima Cantauri, the star closest to our own sun, gives new hope to the quest to find life outside our solar system.
For the past six years, 22-year-old Boyan Slat has been working to perfect a way to filter vast amounts of plastics out of the world's oceans. He has a prototype now that might just prove successful.
Sylvia Earle wants to create "blue parks" in the oceans in order to preserve and restore threatened species — not the least of which are humans.
Don't panic: North Korea still has to go through “various technical stages” in order to have a missile that could reach Japan or US islands in the Pacific.
Social media and the sharing economy are changing the way that politics is both debated and funded, Olikara says. Additionally, he argues that discontent is changing the equation.
Back in the 18th, 19th, and early 20th centuries, American newspapers regularly carried columns that highlighted “melancholy accidents,” or unfortunate accounts of firearm accidents and gun deaths.