It's another bad-news story for the US newspaper industry: newsroom jobs slumped another 10.4 percent to the lowest level since tracking began in 1978.
If you have any questions about Terminators, Cylons or other human-robot hybrids, now is the time to ask them.
This time, he's crossed the Rubicon
It never fails. Every time I write anything about taxes I get long, rambling e-mails from tax trolls who scour the Internet looking for articles about taxes so they can contact the writers and impress them with their knowledge of the tax code.
The Lobby doubles down on its propaganda war
A little known startup is trying to make batteries that last a lot longer. If it succeeds, it would be a big breakthrough.
Kuhmo's Maxplo is designed to adapt to the road conditions, for ideal grip all-year round
Qualcomm continues to license its Halo inductive charging technology
Troy Bouman reaches over, presses play, and the loudspeaker sitting on the desk starts playing the university fight song. But this is no ordinary loudspeaker. This is a carbon nanotube transducer--and it makes sound with heat.
Motorola's president has said that he would love there to be a battery tech breakthrough, but believes it will be a long time before his industry can offer a phone that lasts for a week or longer.
On Earth, auroras like the Northern Lights provide a dazzling light show. According to new research, the same phenomenon occurs outside our solar system -- but not necessarily around planets.
In a radical attack on the due-process rights of Americans that received virtually no media attention, the Republican-controlled House of Representatives voted to give the Obama administration the unilateral power to strip you of your passport and ri
Longtime activist and music legend Neil Young is stirring the crowd again, but this time with the debut of his latest mini-documentary, "Seeding Fear."
July 29th - Aug 3rd 2015 near Baca Meadows in northeast Arizona. Come hang out and Camp anywhere! Where spontaneous order happens naturally, without any force, coercion, or aggression...
Multiple lobbying groups in the US are expected to spend $100 million to force Congress to vote down the nuclear deal with Iran. Polls show that most Americans -- even most American Jews -- are in favor of the deal. Will Congress cave?
U.S. and international security experts have expressed concerns that it may just be a matter of time before China establishes an air defense identification zone over disputed waters in the South China Sea.
Brian Stith and Alma Sommer come on the show live from Jackalope Freedom Festival, Baca Meadow, AZ - Donna Hancock joins Ernest to talk about various liberty issues and go over the Headline News on Freedom's Phoenix
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban had nothing but praise for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, calling the real estate developer "probably the best thing to happen to politics in a long, long time" on Tuesday via his CyberDust app.
The hackers who stole data on tens of millions of U.S. insurance holders and government employees in recent months breached another big target at around the same time -- United Airlines.
Michael Brown's killing brought to light the horrific case of Henry Davis, who was beaten by Ferguson cops, then charged with bleeding on them. Now he's finally allowed to sue them.
Closely linked since 1913, the Boy Scouts of America royally pissed off the LDS Church this week. The reason? Allowing gay troop leaders.
Paul, previously 'the most interesting man in politics,' is now just scenery in the 2016 campaign. How long can he stay in the race?
The old experiment is more relevant now than ever.
The decline of fast food giant McDonald's continues in full swing, as the company reports yet another quarter of 'disappointing' global losses.
Continued stiff-arming by the powerful Koch network could limit Trump's ability to build a professional campaign operation.
German researchers have developed a new technology that can identify a person in poor lighting or even in absolute darkness thus potentially solving one of the main issues of the modern face recognition systems.
Revisionism, according to Harry Elmer Barnes, is bringing history into accord with the facts. Why would history and factual evidence be at odds?
Disturbing photos reveal Fukushima dangers
The history of the suppression of medical science in America is a long one, filled with true accounts of pioneering doctors and clinicians being threatened, intimidated and even assassinated in order to bury emerging cures and keep the "sick care" in
When Matt and Jen Osmun opened their vape shop in Bethel, Connecticut, last December, they didn't expect to get a boost from the local medical marijuana outlet.
I'm what people call a "contrarian" investor. I tend to buy assets that are out of favor with the chattering classes and the talking heads on television.
Nearly a decade ago, a piano-size space probe rocketed from Earth on a long-shot mission to Pluto, a voyage repeatedly dissed and downplayed by doubters. The outbound trip was all but forgotten, like much of this country's space program that has fa
Doctors use 3D Printing to Straighten Severely Bent Legs & Perform Double Knee Replacement Surgery
The Prosthetics and Assistive Technology Challenge series event will take place July 28-29 in Richmond, Virginia, and the two-day event gives designers from the general public the opportunity to transform lives by improving the quality of life for ve
The incredible teamworking skills of ANTS: Leaders and lifters coordinate to navigate and move massive meals
'Where to Invade Next,' made in secret because of surveillance concerns, satirises 'constant need to have an enemy to keep the military-industrial complex alive'
Trying to predict the outcome of any encounter with the police is a bit like playing Russian roulette: most of the time you will emerge relatively unscathed, although decidedly poorer and less secure about your rights, but there's always the chance
On July 29, 2015, Microsoft released its newest operating system: Windows 10. Bloomberg takes you on a trip down memory lane, showing off some of the best, and worst, of Windows. (Video by David Yim, Amy Marino, Ashlee Vance) (Source: Bloomberg)
Newsweek is reporting that Iran has cut off funding to Hamas in Gaza, citing Israeli journalism and Hamas sources.
A lonely island in the middle of the South Atlantic conceals Charles Darwin's best-kept secret. Two hundred years ago, Ascension Island was a barren volcanic edifice. Today, its peaks are covered by lush tropical "cloud forest".
Priscilla Hancock of JPMorgan Asset Management and Bloomberg's Michael McKee preview today's Federal Reserve policy statement and examine how U.S. economic data plays into the Fed's decision on when to raise interest rates. They speak on "Market Make
Our survey shows a majority of traders and investors aren't optimistic.
Russia's central bank halted purchases of foreign currency to replenish the country's international reserves, a move that may lay the groundwork for a fifth interest-rate cut this year at a meeting on Friday.
The NTSB says 'political pressure' on the FAA prevented it from stopping a dangerous program bankrolled by a delusional billionaire. Sources inside Virgin Galactic describe the breakdown.
Russian government-backed hackers who penetrated high-profile U.S. government and defense industry computers this year used a method combining Twitter with data hidden in seemingly benign photographs, according to experts studying the campaign.
You've probably been drowning in all the news about global warming. The fact of the matter is, our carbon pollution is currently damaging our ecosystem and causing great concern for future generations.
President Obama's state visit to Kenya and Ethiopia has involved a good deal of scolding of those countries by Western pundits.
In the beginning of 2015 the biggest threat to the economy as a result of the collapse in oil prices, both in the US and worldwide, was the surge in layoffs among highly-paid energy sector job.