Trump Administration Agency Predicts 7 Degree F Rise in Global Temperatures by 2100
Oh, and the report suggests there’s no point doing anything to stop it.
The Impossible Job: Inside Facebook’s Struggle to Moderate Two Billion People
Moderating billions of posts a week in more than a hundred languages has become Facebook’s biggest challenge. Leaked documents and nearly two dozen interviews show how the company hopes to solve it.
Scenes From Philadelphia's Rally to #FREEMEEKMILL
Rick Ross, PNB Rock, Dr. J, and more came out to support Philly's hometown hero.
The Repeal of New York's Racist Anti-Dancing Law Was a Dance Party
On Tuesday, the New York City Council voted to repeal the Cabaret Law from 1925, and the scene outside of City Hall was one of jubilation
What Is the iPhone?
Everything That’s Inside Your iPhone
Silicon, arsenic, gold, and the social and environmental effects of backbreaking mining.
I Watched a Drone Break the World Speed Record
163.5 mph is very, very fast for a quadcopter.
America's Television Graveyards
How millions of old CRT televisions have wound up abandoned in warehouses all over the country.
Hell or Salt Water
The Internet of Elephant Seals
Move over, scientists. Intrepid seals and whales are collecting data where humans can't reach.
The Spectre of Brexit Is a Real Drag on British Startups
Seven months on, entrepreneurs in Britain are worried the foreign workers powering the Silicon Roundabout will disappear.
How to Erase a Neighborhood
Sovetsky, a historic neighborhood in Baku, Azerbaijan, has been demolished as the city restyles itself as a shiny metropolis similar to Dubai.
From WhatsApp to Hawala, How the Taliban Moves Money Around
The insurgents use apps such as Telegram, Viber, and WhatsApp, to solicit donations, backed by an old value transfer system.
The City That Was Saved by the Internet
Job opportunities are drying up in towns without broadband. Chattanooga, Tennessee turned around its fortunes by building the fastest internet in the United States.