Tufts University announced recently that a new art installation will aim to increase awareness about ICE deportations in America. The “ICE Escape Signs” will mimic fire-escape signs.
The space program was not just about the guts and grit of astronauts with “the right stuff,” nor about the brilliance of the engineers who designed the spacecraft. It was also about the financial and organizational ability of government leaders, corporate executives, and white- and blue-collar workers—all teaming up to get the job done.
Democrat presidential hopeful Andrew Yang has loyal online supporters who want to see the technology guru move into the White House.
Angel Mom Mary Ann Mendoza, who heads the Angel Families organization, has been suspended from Twitter after posting about illegal immigration and raising awareness about the harms of sanctuary city policies.
Democrats remained silent while leftists called for the deportation of first lady Melania Trump, as well as former White House aide Sebastian Gorka.
SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk stated in a recent interview that he believes it possible to send a manned mission to the moon within the next two years and a crew to Mars within the next four.
The Orlando Police Department ended a pilot test of Amazon’s Rekognition facial scanning tech this week after failing to properly utilize the software due to multiple glitches and a lack of resources.
A week ago, Netflix had a market capitalization of $163.1 billion. Now it is down to around $140 billion.
House Democrat leaders released a statement of “unity” Thursday evening in hopes of tamping down the infighting within the caucus, with some Democrats opting to delete some of their more “controversial” tweets that added fuel to the fire.
A new report states that Google plans to close a privacy loophole in its Chrome web browser that allowed publishers to detect if users were in incognito mode and serve them different content.
Presidential candidate and Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) recently edited her official campaign Twitter bio to specify her “preferred pronouns” as part of an apparent attempt to appeal to younger, more “woke” voters who view gender as a social construct.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says that he is investing a large portion of his money into the development of space technologies, as he claims that “we are in the process of destroying this planet” and will eventually need to live and work in space.
A San Diego judge has thrown out a lawsuit from a student who was hit by a moving vehicle during a protest against Donald Trump on the eight-lane I-5 freeway.
The Island of Dr. Moreau comparisons are pretty astute. But that movie was supposed to freak you out, to horrify you at the thought of some mad scientist combining animal and human DNA to create monsters.
Officials at Colorado State University are urging students to avoid terms it labels offensive, like “America” and “American.”
Students at George Washington University argued that a quote from Barack Obama on immigration was “racist” when they were told that it was said by President Donald Trump.
An immigrant woman who operated a Brazilian waxing business in Canada was forced to shut down after being taken to court for refusing to wax a transgender’s male genitalia. Fifteen other female business owners have been taken to court by the same man, who is alleging discrimination based on gender identity.
NEW YORK (AP) — How much is too much for streaming video?
A new study scanned 22,484 pornography sites and found them filled with trackers from major tech firms, including Google and Facebook.
If Netflix wants to add extreme left-wing partisans like Obama and Susan Rice to its roster, that’s fine. But who is the equivalent coming from the other side? Who is looking out for the content I want to see?
President Donald Trump is considering stepping in to eliminate Amazon’s looming $10 billion contract with the Pentagon for cloud computing, Bloomberg News reports.
Elon Musk’s SpaceX suffered a setback this week when the firms “Starhopper” small-scale spacecraft exploded into flames during a static fire test.
The Chinese government this week launched what it describes as a voluntary security program in the southern city of Guangzhou by handing out 17,000 free smartwatches to elementary school children.
Tech giant Google has reportedly terminated its censored Chinese search engine product known as “Project Dragonfly.”
Following the Antifa assault on Quillette journalist Andy Ngo in Portland and the terrorist attack on a Tacoma ICE facility, Wikipedia editors added these incidents to the Wikipedia page on Antifa, but left-wing editors removed them in just the latest case of Wikipedia editors protecting Antifa. Several editors, including an open Antifa supporter, subsequently made mocking comments about Ngo and one praised the attack on ICE.
Gibson’s Bakery has been awarded an additional $6.5 million in attorney’s fees and expenses on top of the $25 million judgement that was laid down by an Ohio jury again Oberlin College, which it found had defamed the family-owned business.
Columbia University is offering various resources, including a “stress management” support group, to its illegal alien students.