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Hunching over a laptop, tablet or smartphone can lead to ongoing neck pain. Here's how the pros recommend catching some relief.
The all-amateur crew was the first to circle the world without a professional astronaut.
Feel like everyone you know has a minor (or major!) cell phone addiction? Here's how to get them to put down their smartphone and stay focused in the moment.
If you're going to scroll before bed, here's how to make it as healthy as possible so it doesn't disrupt your rest.
Bezos will become executive chair of the company later this year.
“Nobody would have predicted that I and Dr. Fauci would be so prominent in these really evil theories,” the Microsoft co-founder told Reuters.
President Biden will sign an executive order aimed at closing loopholes in existing provisions and creating a senior White House role to oversee the process.
Human rights advocates praised the Biden administration for taking "immediate steps" on behalf of LGBTQ inclusion.
Riley June Williams breached the Capitol building on Jan. 6 and allegedly directed people to Pelosi's office.
Direct air capture is costly and energy-intensive, but new research shows why large-scale investments in the near future could pay off down the road.
The social media platform has been dropped by Amazon, Apple and Google for failing to moderate violent content.
Trump faces the threat of a second impeachment, a day after his supporters breached the U.S. Capitol in a stunning assault on American democracy.
The disclosure adds to the ever-growing picture of the compromises associated with the SolarWinds hack.
Zhang Zhan's firsthand accounts from crowded hospitals and empty streets painted a more dire picture of the pandemic epicenter than the official narrative.
Mana Srivate watched a video clip to figure out the location of the animal's heart.
The hack is so serious it led to a National Security Council meeting at the White House on Saturday, said one of the people familiar with the matter.
Hackers reportedly posed as recruiters on LinkedIn and WhatsApp and approached AstraZeneca staff with fake job offers.
“We have specific rules around how many times you need to violate certain policies before we will deactivate your account completely,” the tech mogul told staffers.
Disinformation is still a major threat to democracy as it continues to be a common tactic within American politics.