Female runners with high testosterone must take hormone suppressants to compete, sports court rules
The decision marks the end of a nearly yearlong battle between South African gold medalist Caster Semenya and the International Association of Athletics Federations.
This algorithm reads X-rays better than doctors do
Artificial intelligence has some radiologists worried about automation.
“Volcano of Fire” erupts in Guatemala, killing at least 62 people
The official death toll has reached 62, but many are still unaccounted for.
What is GDPR? How the EU’s new data privacy law gives people more power online
Tech companies have always refused to disclose the inner workings of their algorithms. But now, they might no longer have a choice.
"Stop this bullshit”: Family of slain Pakistani exchange student is calling out U.S. gun violence
Pakistani exchange student, Sabika Sheikh, was one of 10 people killed when a 17-year-old opened fire on Santa Fe High School on Friday.
Sexual assault survivors are pushing the military to have its #metoo moment
Sexual assault is a problem in the military, and survivors say Congress isn’t doing enough.
Everything you need to know about the hidden ways Facebook ads target you
It’s not your data that Facebook is selling; it’s your attention.
Congress opts to keep supporting brutal war in Yemen, but activists say “tide is turning”
Congressional leaders sought to use the Saudi crown prince’s much-touted visit to press the White House and its powerful ally to end the spiraling war.
Students across the country walked out of school today. They told us why.
Here's why some students say they are walking out of school.
South Africa is trying to stop paying white farmers when it takes their land
The country already allows land seizure, known as expropriation, but the constitution requires that the owners receive payment.
Teens tell us why they’re protesting after the Parkland shooting
Students around the country are organizing a national movement on guns.