A futurist who focuses on education technology says artificial intelligence is slowly making human professors less vital to colleges and universities.
Some concertgoers reported being so moved by their first concerts in nearly two years that they wept with joy – a testament to the power of this unique form of human communion and connection.
Donald Trump’s lawsuit to stop the release to Congress of potentially embarrassing or incriminating documents puts the National Archives in the middle of an old legal conflict.
Smart glasses like Facebook’s Ray-Ban Stories could be used to record you surreptitiously. If the company adds facial recognition, you could be even more exposed.
If rural communities plan carefully – and some already are – they can reinvent themselves as the perfect homes for people fleeing wildfire and hurricane zones.
An expert on ‘college knowledge’ suggests strategies to boost your chances of getting into your dream school.
The FDA has chosen not to regulate lab-developed tests like the ones at the center of the Theranos trial.
The big case is about abortion, but there are other very important issues before the Supreme Court – including gun rights and government funding for religious schools.
While online communities may not fully address the isolation LGBTQ youth face in-person, they can serve as an important source of social support and a springboard for civic engagement.
When the 5,300-year-old mummy of Ötzi the Iceman was found 30 years ago, researchers found 61 tattoos on it. A scholar explains how tattoos have been a sacred part of many cultures across the world.