Researchers in the United Kingdom and Italy have developed a method that causes spiders to produce silk that is five times stronger than its already legendary toughness.
Elon Musk, the founder of Tesla and SpaceX is raising millions toward another breakthrough — inside our heads.
Stockton University in Galloway, New Jersey, announced its decision this week to remove a bust of its namesake, Richard Stockton, from the campus library.
The New Republic published an article recently claiming that algorithms used in artificial intelligence systems are racist.
Google had our group kicked out of our parent think tank over a statement lauding the EU’s ruling against Google.
After President Trump condemned violence by both sides in Charlottesville, a recently-created Wikipedia article about antifa highlighting the group’s violence and far-left ideology saw a spree of edits downplaying both aspects of the group.
Breitbart News journalist Tom Ciccotta appeared on the One America News Network recently to discuss free speech on college campuses in America.
Malware could potentially be hosted on the Federal Communication Commission’s official website due to a security vulnerability, according to a report.
University of Chicago Law School Professor Laura Weinrib bemoaned recent decisions by the ACLU to defend free speech in a Wednesday op-ed for the LA Times.
Google has reportedly taken steps to alter their Google Shopping search results to comply with the European Commission’s ruling relating to antitrust laws.
Researchers have taught artificial intelligence how to write and publish realistic fake reviews online, which they warn could be used by companies to discredit competitors, according to a report. In the report, researchers from the University of Chicago warn readers
A study by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s open borders organization revealed that if an Obama-created amnesty program for young illegal aliens is ended, it would open nearly 700,000 American jobs.
President Donald Trump wants to end DACA, the executive program launched by former President Barack Obama to offer temporary amnesty to illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children.
The director of the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) is defending his agency as a bastion of unbiased “nonpartisanship” in light of criticism by members of Congress, financial media, and some physicians about the accuracy of its analyses of Obamacare and Republican proposals to repeal it.
Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow spoke to journalist Mike Cernovich on Breitbart News Daily this morning discussing the Trump presidency, Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump’s influence, and the possibility of President Trump being held under “house arrest.”
A member of a Google-funded think tank was removed from the group after publishing a statement praising the penalties placed on Google by the European Union.
A significant drop in enrollment at Evergreen State College has led to a massive budget cut and a layoff notice that went out to faculty in a memo on Monday.
The Southern Poverty Law Center has removed a town it accused of being the home of neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer from its “Hate Map,” which previously inspired a terror attack in 2012.
Whole Foods Market slashed prices by an average of about 40 percent as its new owner, Amazon, declared an industry price war.
Australian computer security expert Troy Hunt has revealed the leak of 711 million e-mail addresses, which was caused by a misconfigured spambot.
Only the Chinese government’s approval process could prevent research institutions from implementing a transplantation technique poised to save countless lives.
The Internal Revenue Service’s practice of social media data mining to determine audit targets could violate federal law on data collection, according to a report.
Microsoft and Amazon have partnered their A.I. assistants, Cortana and Alexa, with the two set to talk to each other later this year, according to a report.
Several professors from Ivy League institutions published a statement on Tuesday advising students to think for themselves.
Two law professors are facing charges of racism, sexism, and homophobia over an op-ed published in the Philadelphia Inquirer this month that calls for Americans to act responsibly.
Primarily through Twitter and the website Patribotics, Louise Mensch and Claude Taylor — who describe themselves as co-writers — have become high-profile foot soldiers in the national media’s relentless war against Trump.
The “national constituent assembly” (ANC), an illegal lawmaking body created by dictator Nicolás Maduro, confirmed on Monday that it would regulate the messages private companies post on social media to combat an alleged “psychological war” occurring against socialism.