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Facebook is an enormous platform for charitable giving, but some nonprofit leaders say there aren’t enough resources when something goes wrong.
EyeDetect is pitched as more efficient and accurate than a polygraph, but a WIRED investigation found that a reliable lie detector is still a fantasy.
China is the world’s biggest polluter but a leader in renewable energy, making it the country to watch at this week's climate summit in Poland.
Behold Carol Danvers in all of her 1990s glory.
California Highway Patrol officers used a clever trick to stop a Tesla going 70 mph with a sleeping man at the wheel.
The bill's sponsors want cyber flashers to face the same consequences as their offline counterparts, but there are technical and legal hurdles.
Facebook exes assured employees that the cash-rich business of amassing users was a moral imperative. To survive, the company must revise its mission.
Touch ID is seamless, which makes it great for unlocking your phone—and for App Store scammers.
Plants often get short shrift in conservation circles, but machine learning could help botanists save tens of thousands of species.
Plus: 'Ralph' has broken the box office once again.
Photographer Mitch Dobrowner has spent the past decade tracking storms across the American heartland.
Emphasis on the "might." Also, here's some more *Mandalorian* casting news.
Lenovo's newest ultraportable Yoga Book replaces the traditional laptop keyboard with an E-Ink variant.
The automaker is teaming with Mapbox make in-car maps more than tools for getting from one place to another as efficiently as possible.
The new wax treatment developed in Utah lasts longer than a traditional ski wax and doesn't scrape off, lasting the life of the ski.
“Progressive” reimaginings of classic shows like Doctor Who, Buffy, and Charmed often hit a sour note—true inclusion will take more than creative casting.
Women are disproportionately affected by climate change, says environmentalist Katherine Wilkerson, but she says there are three distinct ways to make a difference.
The space rock could hold clues to the origins of our solar system, and maybe even life on Earth.
Americans love their trucks, and the auto industry answered this week with the Jeep Gladiator, Range Rover Evoque, Rivian's electric pickup, and more.
President Trump's former campaign chair returned to the news last week. So did Michael Cohen. And climate change.