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Capping Medicaid is very bad news for the 2.5 million Americans struggling with an opioid addiction.
Nineteen legislators say the discovery of automated grid-disruption malware in Ukraine means the White House isn't doing enough to protect critical infrastructure.
VR180 isn't VR, but it’s way more accessible.
How Trump's decision on net neutrality impacts everyone
Researchers are turning to algorithms to make exoskeletons more efficient.
Satoshi Fujiwara documents the people documenting tragedy.
Created by Robin Hunicke and her experimental game design company, Funomena, the VR game Luna is a parable about mistakes and redemption.
It’s easy to assume that the seat of human intelligence is similar to our increasingly smart devices. But that idea could be misdirecting neuroscience.
Of all the antidotes to always-on anxiety, the most intriguing is this handset that only offers calling and texting.
The long-promised age of the flying car is finally here (kinda). Here are 10 of the most promising designs.
Nanotube-based Vantablack was aimed at engineers. Then a famous sculptor locked it up—and the artistic community found this unpalatable.
Prevagen is just one of many nootropics on the market, each aimed at a different kind of audience. And none of them have much science behind them.
Against all odds, tens of thousands of Brendan Fraser fans on Facebook have carved out a kind place on the internet.
The Democrat's loss in Georgia's 6th District is what happens when a local political campaign goes viral.
Uber's CEO sees a moment of reckoning.
Uber's CEO resigned today. Here's a timeline of how the company got here.
The Curiosity rover has gotten really good at automatically detecting rocks and blasting them with a laser.
Imagining what kind of advice Uber’s board of directors might have for Travis Kalanick’s replacement.
Dozens of clinics across the nation are using ketamine—also known as the club drug Special K—to treat depression.
The planemaker's latest effort to save the slow-selling super jumbo.