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In sub-Saharan Africa, about half of travelers move around by foot. Yet in its cities, conditions for pedestrians remain incredibly dangerous.
By hiding but not deleting the president's tweets, the platform has struck a difficult balance to approach a nearly impossible situation.
Also, the next 'Fortnite' season is being pushed back again.
On Saturday, the company will take a second run at launching astronauts to the International Space Station. But only if a lot of things go right.
One image from the Minneapolis protests is snapshot of an America that has not changed all the much.
Fans of the genre may think it's too simple, but this is a game for kids—and there's nothing wrong with that.
This dedicated device renders an already simple kitchen chore—crafting hot soups—even simpler.
Plus: The origins of Section 230, the future of cities, and the tipping point for rats.
It isn’t an alien spaceship, but new research suggests the first known interstellar object to grace our solar system could be something even stranger.
This week, Gilad Edelman joins us to discuss the White House’s move against tech platforms, and how talk of the November election led us to this moment.
With dining rooms closed, more people are using Uber Eats, Grubhub, and DoorDash. But the services face a challenge to satisfy both consumers and restaurants.
The diagnostics industry favors wealthy countries, but the rest of the world needs tests, too. Stanford bioengineer Manu Prakash thinks "frugal science can help.
Looking to get around safely? This sleek new electric bike costs as much as a year's worth of bus tickets.
Having failed to curb the president's falsehoods, social platforms have reached a dispiriting impasse.
Quarantine has meant something different for men than it has for women—just look at who’s doing what.
As states start to reopen, senior care facilities must balance the needs of residents against the potential for more deadly Covid-19 outbreaks.
No bedroom window? No problem. These sun simulators might just make it easier to wake up and catch z's.
The retailer denies there is any widespread issue with the software, but a group expressed frustration—and public health concerns.
Amazon Studios’ new lo-fi, sci-fi flick, which is fittingly screening at select drive-ins, is a respite.
The president has targeted Twitter, Facebook, and other platforms, but has little actual power over how they operate.