(Almost) new year, new FLOTUS.
While we’ve watched tech companies provide a means for us to tear apart the fabric of society, they’ve been credited with keeping the financial markets booming over the last year—but that could be coming to an end.
Shrek gets a patchwork live-action and animated retelling that feels like a fever dream.
Trans is here and it is here to stay
CNN is now reporting that there are now 1,000 people missing in California, where deadly wildfires struck this week. The death toll has risen to 71. “A lot of people are displaced, and a lot of people don’t know we’re looking for them,” said Butte County Sheriff and Coroner K...
The list of missing in Northern California's Camp Fire has ballooned to 631 from more than 100 late Wednesday. But that number may include people who escaped and don't know they're being searched for.
More than 750 million people want to migrate to another country permanently, according to Gallup research published Monday, as 150 world leaders signed up to the controversial UN global compact which critics say makes migration a human right.
The number of homeless people in Britain is soaring by more than 1,000 a month, and reached a total of 320,000 in the first quarter of this year, according to research released Thursday by homelessness charity Shelter.
Last week, my wife gave birth to a beautiful, healthy, bouncing baby boy. He is all the things that you hope new babies are. A blessing. Loud. Adorable. Soft. Precious. Gassy. Alert. Moderately bemused. Perpetually hangry. Vaguely human. Somewhat reminiscent of Fred Sanford.
After the starkest warnings yet of the catastrophic threat posed by climate change, nations gathered in Poland on Sunday to chart a way for mankind to avert runaway global warming. The COP24 climate summit comes at a crucial juncture in the battle to rein in the effects of our heating planet. The smaller, poorer nations that will bare the devastating brunt of climate change are pushing for richer states to make good on the promises …
Game is now available to download on just about anything with a screen
Earlier this year, Facebook was confronted with a flood of scandals and new privacy regulations in Europe that reminded users that they could use a feature on the social network to download their data. Now, it seems a lot of people are using that tool. More people than Facebook can handle.