Voters in the western state of Colorado will decide next month if they want their state to have a single-payer health care system.
The United States Department of Justice says a man employed by a private company that was performing work for the National Security Agency has been arrested.
Google has announced its first smartphone designed in-house, the Pixel.
Two men seeking to become vice president of the United States were in Virginia Tuesday night for their only planned debate.
Nearly every day, there is a news story about an attack on members of India’s Dalit community.
Maria Sharapova will be able to return to competitive tennis next April, after the Court of Arbitration for Sport reduced her doping ban from 24 months to 15 months.
Facebook recently estimated that each of its users spends an average of 50 minutes a day on the company’s online social network.
We begin with bad news for people who bought a wearable fitness tracker in hopes of losing weight.
Yushinori Ohsumi of Japan has won the 2016 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine.
The U.S. government has officially transferred control of the internet address system to an international governing body.