As the streaming wars continue to heat up, the Department of Justice says two men behind some of the largest illegal streaming services have been taken out of play.
When Mike Norris graduated from Baltimore's Stevenson University with a degree in business information systems, he thought he'd quickly nab an entry-level tech job. Instead, he found himself working as a security guard patrolling parking lots, earning $7.50 an hour.
A South Korean master of the ancient strategy game Go has announced his retirement from professional competition due to the rise of what he says is unbeatable artificial intelligence.
A Nigerian software developer has landed a job at Twitter following a chance meeting with the company's executives during a visit to the country last week.
The American Civil Liberties Union is calling for the Education Department to rescind its threat to revoke a university's Middle East studies program's federal funding over allegations including that its curriculum fails to address the plight of the region's Christians and Jews.
Saturday is the anniversary of what many consider to be the greatest achievement of the 20th century.
The first footsteps on the moon belonged to two men, but they may never have made it there if not for Margaret Hamilton.
A man who called police on a black man on the Fourth of July said he did not intend to unfairly target the man based on his race.
By day, Paul Shales is a computer programmer who works in advertising operations for a bank. By night, he's creating videos that show Elon Musk as a creepy looking, giggly baby; President Donald Trump as a temperamental pageant contestant on "Toddlers & Tiaras"; and Kim Kardashian freestyle rapping.
One of the first concepts Linh Nguyen learned while studying Japanese was "uchi-soto."