Facebook banned ads for "financial products and services that are frequently associated with misleading or deceptive promotional practices."
After Reddit banned r/Fatpeoplehate and r/Coontown, they took their trolling elsewhere.
Is Shabbir a rightfully disgruntled customer or simply blinded in her unending odyssey for jalapeño dominance?
Scientists and policy experts have raised concerns about the UK government’s broad ban on “psychoactive substances.”
China's Ministry of Culture has put a ban on eating bananas on camera erotically, because apparently this is a thing.
The Senate is considering an amendment that would ban vaping devices from all planes, even in luggage.
When Instagram censored pro-eating-disorder terms, it resulted in a soaring increase of pro-ED activity. If bans encourage bad behavior, what's the better option?
We spoke to Mark Phillips, the inventor of Palcohol, about the process of inventing his product, his background in wine tasting, and the real reason why liquor companies are worried about his invention.
Gain-of-function research is more necessary than one might think.