A skytyping company sponsored by Warren Buffett's insurance giant wrote some baffling messages — and may not have realized what they meant.
It's Been Four Years Since the NYPD Shot an Unarmed Teen in His Own Home — And the Call for Justice Just Got Louder
On the fourth anniversary of the police shooting of Ramarley Graham in the Bronx, protesters and the teen’s family called for federal prosecutors to convene a grand jury in the case.
Drivers say the data they generate for Uber—even when they don't have passengers—contain value that they're not being compensated for
Nearly 7 million Syrians are severely food insecure, according to international agencies, and researchers hope by developing new seed varieties they can boost agricultural yields.
A Los Angeles Superior Court Judge said he might not allow the deal to remain confidential, leading the oil company to withdraw its application for a settlement.
The Koch Brothers are among those trying to oust Senator Kay Hagan. But green groups are pouring millions of dollars into the race, highlighting her challenger's ties to polluters and his denial of climate change.
It's not a far-out science but a proven technology that has helped to increase precipitation. And now companies are on the brink of scaling up with the help of drones.