It may be a heady time for the tech titans in Cupertino, but we should worry when a super-sized market sector is effectively fueled by magical thinking.
As face-scanning technologies find new applications in store checkout lines, police body cameras and war zones, developers struggle to balance business opportunities with difficult moral decisions.
The president says he has ordered the Commerce Department to help get a Chinese telecommunications company "back into business" after the U.S. cut off access to its American suppliers.
The issue is underlined by a North Carolina case in which a video showed a white officer beating a black pedestrian.
A new book unpacks the polar opposites of extreme pessimism and optimism about the future of humanity, through the lives of two of their earliest and most compelling advocates.
The Dow and the Standard & Poor's 500 market indexes have dropped 10 percent from their all-time highs, set Jan. 26. This puts them in what Wall Street calls a correction, their first in almost two years.
The aim of the new firm, which will be independent and “free from profit-making incentives and constraints,” is to help address their workers' health care costs.
The technology giant reports a spike in the amount of consumer information turned over to U.S. law enforcement in the first six months of 2017.
America’s courts have never been places of justice dispensation—and a new computer program makes their record even worse.