Some college students may wonder why their school asks them to take a class in philosophy when they are seeking a degree in physics.
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.
Antarctica is home to the largest ice mass on Earth.
Elizabeth Murphy and Ryan Barclay were posing for wedding photos along a path in New York City’s Central Park.
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump set out sharply different ideas about America’s allies in Asia during their debate Monday night.