The want to clean up your campus.
The want to clean up your campus.
After Facebook's disastrous debut, the preferred clients of big banks walked away with huge profits. How? Public documents and interviews with dozens of investment bankers and research analysts reveal that the Street caught wind of something the public didn't. The social network and the banks told half the story. Here is the other half.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has some fresh news from World War II: Thirteen Merchant Marine ships sunk by the German navy in the Battle of the Atlantic threaten to release oil from their watery graves.
America isn't all that interested in the various controversies buffeting the Obama administration, and Jon Stewart has a few theories as to why.
Daredevil Matthew Gough had a very bad day when his parachute opened incorrectly during a BASE jump from a 1,000 foot cliff. Despite hitting the ground at 40 MPH, Matthew escaped with only minor injuries.
More than 2,000 years ago, Roman poet and philosopher Marcus Terentius Varro wrote the first farming manual. In it he advised giving farm dogs barley bread soaked in milk, and bones from dead sheep.
A Reddit user compiled the various angles of the hardware hinted at in the video and came up with what he thinks the PS4 could look like.
IBM’s Watson has been helping clinicians diagnose ailments and bankers recommend the right products for customers, and with its latest job it will help brands provide better customer service and reach a wider audience.
A teacher received a huge shock last week after uploading a copy of a book to his website that offers free educational resources for students. The Latvian publisher behind the work, a $4.00 history book, complained to the authorities which resulted in the teacher being raided by the police.
An incident with a young man after celebrating Mass in St. Peter's Square is fueling speculation.
Barbara Garcia, a survivor of the massive tornado that struck an Oklahoma City suburb, found her dog buried alive under the rubble during her interview with CBS News' Anna Werner.
Foc.us says a couple minutes of electricity to the head can improve your gaming.
A powerful tornado leveled homes and businesses in and around Oklahoma City on Monday afternoon. Follow the path of the storm with this interactive.
The birth of the devastating Oklahoma tornado was caught on tape.
We're finding out about the new Xbox on May 21st. But that doesn't mean we have no idea what's coming. Here's a rundown of everything we know, or think we know, about the next Xbox.
Once upon a time, animal sacrifice was an important part of Hindu life, Catholic priests weren't celibate and visual depictions of the Prophet Muhammad were part of Islamic art. And soon some churches in the UK may be marrying gay couples. How do religions manage to change their mind?
Scientists have used plant samples collected in the mid-19th Century to identify the pathogen that caused the Irish potato famine.
Imagine a time when every kitchen has a 3D printer, and the earth’s 12 billion people feed themselves customized, nutritionally-appropriate meals synthesized one layer at a time, from cartridges of powder and oils they buy at the corner grocery store.
Tesla Motors doesn't want to sell its cars the way every other car company does, and that's making a lot of traditional automobile dealers mad. And those dealers are fighting back.
In unity with the prison's inmates, the hacking group pledges to disrupt online activities at Guantanamo -- prompting the U.S. military to shut down the base's Wi-Fi.
Here's a quick rundown of the FBI's rationale for breaking into a reporter's emails.
Even as Apple became the nation’s most profitable technology company, it avoided billions in taxes in the United States and around the world through a web of subsidiaries so complex it spanned continents and went beyond anything most experts had ever seen.
When high tech gunsmith group Defense Distributed test-fired the world’s first fully 3D-printed firearm earlier this month, some critics dismissed the demonstration as expensive and impractical, arguing it could only be done with a high-end industrial 3D printer and that the plastic weapon wouldn’t last more than a single shot. Now a couple of hobbyists have proven them wrong on both counts.
I am a full-time paid professional employee of the Boy Scouts of America. I am also gay.
Canadian jazz singer Alexis Normand bungled the "Star-Spangled Banner," but she's hardly the first.
There are more single or childless Japanese men in their 30s and 40s than ever before. The affluent and well paid among them have the time and money to indulge their most esoteric whims, whether in hobbies or consumer goods. A host of new brands and stores have emerged to serve them.
The "Internet of Things" is shaping up to be the buzzphrase of the year as more and more of our machines take off their dunce caps. But as history has shown us, a smarter gadget doesn't necessarily mean an easier life.
Americans are crazy about their pets.
Given the fevered pace of China's infrastructure development, 16 years is ancient.
New York officials have determined that a man who rented out part of his apartment on Airbnb should pay $2,400 for violating the city's illegal hotel law, despite Airbnb stepping in on the host's behalf.
The latest robots and high-tech electronic warfare, silently watching over soldiers as they sleep. Hand-carried devices that promise to end age-old battlefield dilemmas but end up causing more problems than they solve. These are the most important techs in arguably the most important U.S. Army brigade in the waning months of the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan.
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