The prehistoric peoples of Central Europe didn't disappear after their social order collapsed in 1600 BC. They spread, and thrived.
A spokesperson for Live Nation, which owns Ticketmaster, said the firm doesn't “feel comfortable” sharing information with Congress.
A broken orbital bone, a ‘Couple’s Ruse,’ and Bin Laden as Ted Kaczynski
Emmett Shear has called himself a "doomer" and "AI safetyist" in posts on X, and railed against e/acc ideology.
The "Cosmic Vine" is a massive structure in the cosmic web that links 20 galaxies in the early universe.
Police in Washington, D.C. are the second force to give out free Apple AirTags and Tiles for Android users amid a nationwide increase in car thefts.
In a blog post, the company denied allegations that it has been promoting pro-Palestine content in an effort to sway American opinion.
After a year of spectacular implosions and waves of arrests, crypto investors insist that it's already coming back.
Del Complex claims it's an AI company that put 10,000 GPUs in international waters. What's going on?
An incarcerated journalist in Washington reported that years of work, stored in his email drafts, were deleted by Securus Technologies.
A two-bedroom tiny home built by Samara costs $339,000, near the median price for home sales in the U.S.
President Biden's wide-ranging executive order on AI aims to curtail some risks to the public while supporting companies.