Was Elon Musk making a weed joke? Or was he serious? Either way, he might be in hot water.
On Friday, the EPA will enter the final stage of approval for a new rule that would allow manufacturers to use asbestos in new products, pending an EPA review. If implemented, this significant new use rule (SNUR) would reintroduce the use of asbestos into new building materials, reversing regulations that restricted "new uses" of asbestos.
Judge TS Ellis apparently likes to make it clear he's the smartest guy in the room, and he's not always kind about it. Here's a roundup of the most notable things he's done and said.
Apple is now the most successful company by the most obvious measure, money. But we must ask: What does it all mean?
In a hearing on Wednesday, Republican Senator Richard Burr used a popular internet joke to comment on yesterday's announcement from Facebook that it had banned 32 pages and accounts tied to Russian misinformation campaigns run during the 2016 presidential election.
Redditor David-me's attempt to shut down KotakuInAction and subsequent mea culpa post is a prominent admission from one of Gamergate's own about the toxicity of the movement.
According to a CDC investigation, between March and July of this year, there have been a reported 100 cases of salmonella infections linked to the Kellogg's brand cereal in 33 states.
This is the perfect example of a promotion working so successfully that it's actually a colossal failure.
On Monday night, President Donald Trump went on television to reveal his choice for the Supreme Court seat now open after Anthony Kennedy's retirement. He named Brett Kavanaugh. Here are a few pieces to read on his ideology.
Back in January, a fitness app called Strava attracted some unflattering attention when security experts discovered that they could easily locate secret military bases on a public map of Strava users' workouts. Now, almost the exact same thing has happened again with another fitness-tracker company called Polar.
Justice Anthony Kennedy has long been known as a swing justice — although in his last season he sided with the court's conservative bloc on several high-profile cases — and replacing him with a more consistent conservative could transform American policy and society for decades to come.
Normally, a primary victory in an overwhelmingly blue district would be nothing out of the ordinary but there are a number of reasons why Ocasio-Cortez's upset marks an extraordinary moment in American politics.
The justices also sent a political gerrymanding challenge from North Carolina back to a lower court.
Are we going to Mars? Will Trump command a fleet of space ships and come to dominate the cosmos before any other space-faring nation can hope to lay claim to the resources of the infinite? The answers are, predictably, far more boring.
On Tuesday, primaries took place across the country in what was one of the biggest preliminary election days ahead of the midterms this November.
The White House event meant to replace the Eagles' visit did... not quite go as planned.
In a disturbing video rant surfaced on Reddit today, Bertke cheerily explains why his YouTube username (to this day) is "Fagottron."
Once official, it will be Trump's fifth clemency or pardon granted in a string of controversial decisions.
A lawmaker said the faked death was justified because "Sherlock Holmes successfully used the method of staging his own death to effectively investigate difficult & complicated crimes."
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