The news comes one week after Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said, "We're still not doing enough."
These places really want to host Amazon's second headquarters.
George W. Bush talked about threats to democracy around the world, racism and trade.
From a 55-yard line to a play that scores one point, football is a little weirder north of the border.
The dashcam video that changed Chicago: How the Laquan McDonald shooting video was pried into the public eye as told by the men who made it happen.
In the past 20 years, more states have allowed people to carry guns on their person in public. Some doctors say that could be a public health problem.
Former Gen. John Kelly said Trump "expressed his condolences in the best way he could" after four U.S. soldiers died in Niger.
A new editorial in the journal Science argues virtual reality might make a tempting alternative to field trips but schools should resist for now.
Some Filipino-Americans are attempting to facilitate conversations about their cultural dishes as they become more popular with a broader audience.
Customs and Border Protection plans to judge prototypes based on three main criteria once all eight designs are completed.
North Korea isn't happy about the U.S. and South Korea conducting drills in the waters around the Korean peninsula.
The Netherlands opened a 3-D printed concrete bridge for cyclists that uses less concrete - and cement - than traditional methods.
The word was reportedly first used in the U.S. in 1832.