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Is Jordan Peele’s latest project buzz-y enough to be a “system-seller” for CBS All Access?
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Winter is coming for marketing teams working with the show—and they know it.
No matter who wins the game, their victory will signify something.
As the mayor of a small Indiana city, Buttigieg applied his low-key technocratic style to economic and social dysfunction. Now he wants a chance to fix the country.
The course is mostly downhill and has few dramatic turns, yet it ranks among the slowest marathons in the world. Here's why.
The book by former Google communications head Jessica Powell is fiction, but many of its tropes are drawn from real life.
James Holzhauer won a record $110,914 in a single game of 'Jeopardy!' by perfecting a playbook.
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Why is it so difficult to see a black hole? What is a radio wave image anyway? Here's the science behind the first-ever "picture" of a black hole.
Attorney general William Barr will have tremendous sway over how much of the Mueller report the public can see. Right now, it doesn't look promising.
The House voted largely along party lines to restore the FCC's net neutrality rules, but the measure faces opposition in the Senate and a likely veto by President Trump.
The social media giant debuted new features and tools to help in its Sisyphean fight against misinformation and abuse on Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger.
Google's Data Loss Prevention tool finds and redacts sensitive data in the cloud. A new user interface makes now makes it more broadly accessible.
The Event Horizon Telescope has captured a photo of a supermassive black hole at the center of M87, a galaxy 54 million light years away.
Finding a 5G signal in Verizon’s launch areas in Chicago proved difficult for reviewers from The Verge and CNET.
Opinion: Noisy Intermediate-Scale Quantum devices produce errors. And in a field like chemistry, errors could be a feature, not a bug.
This is the second time SpaceX is flying the Falcon Heavy, the most powerful rocket by a factor of two, but it's the first time it's doing real work.
This is what happens when an attempt to defeat algorithms turns into a glimpse into the dark soul of humanity.
The threat of bigger measles outbreaks is turning the political tides, making public health officials more willing to take draconian steps.