The nonprofit has identified hundreds of profiles that espouse hate, with little attempt from the gaming platform to stop them.
There’s not a national plan to restart US businesses. That’s led to inconsistencies among governors’ orders, and some confusion among residents.
Secretary DeVos Delivers Nearly $1.4 Billion in Additional CARES Act Relief Funds to HBCUs, Minority Serving Institutions, and Colleges and Universities Serving Low-Income Students
U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced today that nearly $1.4 billion in additional funding will be directed to Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs), including Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and Tribally Controlled Coll…
Scientists found 2 million microplastic particles in a square meter of sediment, as currents drag debris into seafloor versions of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Preliminary findings from a major clinical trial of the antiviral drug indicate it speeds recovery time for some patients. But much more testing lies ahead.
Stopping this pandemic will depend on scientists’ ability to form partnerships across borders. President Trump has only made us weaker at this game.
Meanwhile, Netflix is making a short about social distancing.
Julian Thomson, the automaker’s director of design, shares his predictions for what drivers can look forward to.
The Circulation(s) Festival, which showcases the field’s most promising up-and-comers, is staging an exhibition entirely on social media.
Research says that expanding mail-in voting doesn’t help Democrats. So why are Republicans so afraid of it?
Motorola’s first flagships in years are fantastic in many ways, but the Edge and Edge Plus have high price tags and too many quirks.
WIRED editor in chief Nicholas Thompson talks to DoorDash CEO Tony Xu about how delivery services are adapting their operations over a matter of weeks—even days.
Get over yourself and try VR workouts already. It’s private, liberating, and doesn’t require gym shorts.
If we look closer, we may realize it’s not really the “tech” we’re upset about.
Four years ago, Paolo Pirjanian set out to “reinvent” companion robots. Now he’s ready for the world to meet his creation.