A former U.S. military official is questioning why the United States is allowing Russia to fire missiles into Ukraine seemingly at will.
President Zelenskyy of Ukraine visited Washington D.C. on Wednesday for his first-known international trip since Russia invaded.
In New York City, a woman opens her laptop to a bar graph showing the number of COVID-19 deaths nationwide each month in 2021 and fixes her gaze on April.
Dan Bongino, one of America’s most popular conservative commentators, lives in the seaside city of Stuart, Florida, less than an hour from Mar-a-Lago, where his friend Donald Trump bridles ag
Last March, Orestis Papakyriakopoulos, a researcher at Princeton University, applied to use a special data access tool that allows academics to do research on Facebook.
As multiple published reports indicate, trust in government has reached historic lows and frustration with government performance has reached record highs.
If you listen to Facebook defend itself, its argument boils down to the following: We’re doing our best.
Facebook’s admission that a data set it provided to social scientists had serious errors has prompted outrage from some academics and observers.