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Two chopper pilots pulled off a daring rescue from the Woolsey Fire, plucking three people and two dogs off a ridge in hideous flying conditions.
Companies say they will let employees sue over claims of harassment, rather than go through arbitration; but many policies don‘t cover older cases, or other claims.
Instagram‘s promise to root out "inauthentic activity" sends some social media marketers into crisis.
Facebook has released its "Your Time on Facebook" tool, which lets you see how much of your life is spent buried in the News Feed.
One of basic cable‘s longest-running and most popular shows has attracted a loyal following-and spawned a convention.
A raging debate over the Hubble constant suggests that our standard model of cosmology might be wrong.
Our in-house Know-It-Alls answer questions about your interactions with technology.
Two new reports show an uptick in sophisticated phishing attacks originating from-where else-Russia.
Opinion: Scientifically-backed software is shifting patient care from the hospital to the home.
As yourself, a squad member, and part of a larger multinational force, you‘re implicated as a piece of the ever-charging global machine that fought World War Two.
Stephen LaBerge is the Thomas Edison of lucid dreaming and the best way to meet him is at private conferences. I hopped a plane, to find out what I could learn.
Many airlines must offset their emissions to meet a UN agreement, so they‘re done relying on individuals, which is likely more effective anyway.
This ingenious smart home hub and light switch integrates with Alexa, Nest, Ecobee, Ring, Hue, Sonos, and more, but it still has a little way to go.
It‘s the best all-ages movie in years-and it‘s ready to stream. Watch it this week with your own cartoonish family.
Airports serve as handy case studies for what happens when the cars show up, and how to beat them back again.
The US Senate contest between Ted Cruz and Beto O‘Rourke drew most of the headlines, but the real story was how voters hit the gerrymandering wall.
Leave no album un-shared with these easy-to-use apps.
Michael McAlpine, a mechanical engineer at the University of Minnesota, has spent the past six years making a less synthetic kind of prosthetic.
Earthbound beams of light help a telescope in Chile stabilize flickering from afar.
Robbie Barrat shared code to generate art with AI. To his surprise, a Paris collective used it to create a portrait that sold at Christie‘s.
The buck-toothed rodents have long taken the lead in forging civilization‘s path forward.
Beyond sight, hearing, smell, taste, and touch, we have an inner sense that allows us to perceive ourselves.
WIRED‘s Tom Simonite, with little programming experience, used open source tools and data to create art with machine learning.