Technology and Science

From Pakistan to the Caribbean: Curry's journey around the world

Curry has evolved into a truly global food, having traveled the world through centuries of colonization, immigration, indentured labor, trade and entrepreneurship. If you're a curry lover, follow your cravings around the world by heading to these 12 destinati… more

Donald Trump was asked about Elon Musk. His answer was incoherent.

For the entirety of Donald Trump's presidency, I have gone through the transcript of a good number of the speeches and interviews he has given. In doing that, one thing has become crystal clear to me: He is one of the least articulate -- if not the least arti… more

Modern take on the power suit replaces princess gowns at the Oscars

Between the ruffles and the thigh-high slits, the sequins and the classic glam silhouettes of the many dresses seen on the 92nd Academy Awards red carpet Sunday night, two design details seemed to have the biggest (quite literally) fashion moment: capes and s… more

Trump's attorney goes to hell in 'Saturday Night Live' cold open

After having a heart attack, the attorney winds up in hell to meet the devil, who is a big fan. more

New emoji release to feature more gender-inclusive designs and a popular Italian hand gesture

The Unicode Consortium, which oversees the release of new emoji, has announced 117 new symbols with a focus on gender-inclusive options. more

Xerox launches a hostile takeover bid for HP

Xerox is dropping the niceties. It really, really wants to merge with HP, and it has gone hostile. more

B-2 Spirit: The $2 billion flying wing

With its "flying wing" design that makes it almost invisible to radar, the B-2 Spirit bomber is truly a standout among military planes -- and also the world's most expensive, at over $2 billion per aircraft. more

Father of Sarah Lawrence College student accused of extorting and abusing students

The father of a former Sarah Lawrence College student allegedly extorted and abused several students from the prestigious university and forced at least one student into prostitution over the past decade, federal prosecutors said Tuesday. more

This is your child's brain on books: Scans show benefit of reading vs. screen time

Scans of preschoolers' brains show a stark difference in brain development when read to by a parent as compared to when they are playing on screens alone, studies show. more

When fame and fortune are not enough -- why celebrities want to be artists

Britney Spears may not be making a serious foray into the art world, but interest around her, now debunked, "exhibition" begs the question: Why are celebrities so drawn to making their mark "as an artist?" more

Snake venom can now be made in a lab and that could save many lives

Researchers have grown miniature snake venom glands in a lab. They hope the breakthrough will make it easier to treat snakebites and yield new drugs from snake venom. more

The best food in the US is from somewhere else

Through recipes from 40 of the United States' top chefs, the cookbook "A Place at the Table: New American Recipes from the Nation's Top Foreign-Born Chefs" celebrates the essential truth about the country's cuisine: American food is immigrant food. more

READ: Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's Democratic response to Trump's State of the Union address

Gretchen Whitmer, Michigan's Democratic governor, focused on health care and American workers Tuesday night in delivering the party's response to President Donald Trump's State of the Union address. Read her remarks below: more

Has the wooden skyscraper revolution finally arrived?

Wooden towers -- sometimes dubbed "plyscrapers" -- were once the preserve of conceptual designers. But thanks to changes in lowered costs and shifting attitudes towards the material, they are quickly becoming a reality. more

Fact check: 65 ways Trump has been dishonest about Ukraine and impeachment

President Donald Trump is dishonest about a whole lot of things. But he is rarely as comprehensively dishonest as he has been about his dealings with Ukraine and the impeachment process. more

From Pakistan to the Caribbean: Curry's journey around the world

Curry has evolved into a truly global food, having traveled the world through centuries of colonization, immigration, indentured labor, trade and entrepreneurship. If you're a curry lover, follow your cravings around the world by heading to these 12 destinati… more