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Someone needs to stop oiling that revolving door in the White House—and the rest of the news you missed this week.
Plus, a startup hoping to hasten the arrival of self-driving, flying cars.
Cells can reprogram themselves after an injury much more radically than people thought, reverting to a stem cell-like state.
Arthur Kopelman conducts whale-watching cruises to collect data—while also educating the curious public.
This week, a comics site goes offline, more security clearance intrigue, lucrative email spying, and more.
Labor Day sales on our favorite TVs, laptops, Nintendo Switch, Google Home, Echo, and more
While 'Futurama' demonstrated a sophisticated understanding of sci-fi, Matt Groening's new project doesn't evince much familiarity with fantasy tropes.
Far-off clouds of gas and dust are the eye-popping birthplaces of new stars.
The little-known Diplomatic Courier Service works like your interoffice mail system, but on a planetary scale, with complex protocols to ensure the safe transport of sensitive material by land, air, and sea.
Sell a home within three days, no open houses, no staging, no haggling with prospective buyers.
Track your menstrual cycle, predict ovulation, and sync your reproductive health with other fitness trackers.
The state's already ambitious efforts to fight climate change may get more juice—but tech and policy will have to play catch-up.
The same tech and gadgets that keep us up at night might also help us get better sleep. Well…maybe.
It's been a difficult week for videogames, with tragedies and major struggles dominating the news—let's try to make sense of them.
The Tesla CEO's month was quite eventful. Plus: The untold story of how a single line of code crashed the world.
No, you won't get through them all. But pick one and you'll be surprised what you can accomplish in your down time.
One parasitic worm's devilish strategy may reduce inflammation and discomfort in its mouse host. Trippy, man...
The film's "scriptment" allowed writers to break the story without cluttering a screenplay with text-message bubbles.
Tech giant will require contracting firms, such as janitorial services, to offer paid leave to new parents.
Our reviews of the Microsoft Surface Go, Samsung's Galaxy Note 9, DJI's Mavic Air drone, and more.