Two Black employees bring charges with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, alleging they suffered discrimination and retaliation while working at the social media giant.
The Clorox Co. — which also includes brands such as Pine-Sol, Brita, Glad and Burt's Bees — says it's operating at a "lower rate of processing" after an August hack on its IT infrastructure.
The Unity Engine, a popular game development tool, is getting a pricing overhaul. Developers are enraged.
The fatal crash occurred on the final day of the National Championship Air Races in Reno — putting a tragic end to the decades-old racing tradition.
In recent research AI has done a credible job at diagnosing health complaints. But should consumers trust unregulated bots with their health care? Doctors see trouble brewing.
The disclosure by Caesars came after MGM Resorts International reported publicly that a cyberattack it detected led it to shut down computer systems at its properties across the U.S. to protect data.
The new opt-in feature lets women and nonbinary drivers prioritize passengers who fit the same description. But it's not a guarantee and is only available in a handful of cities for now.
Climate change, technological leaps, panicked insurers, the shifting sense of responsibility: All are powering the still-nascent, but fast-growing industry of preparing homes for wildfires.
"Mortal Kombat 1" is a complete reboot — but with all the fan favorites back and ready to fight.
NPR interviewed Tears of the Kingdom designers Eiji Aonuma and Hidemaro Fujibayashi on the game's success and the Zelda series' future.
More than 20 business leaders and others, including tech titans Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates, are on Capitol Hill to meet with U.S. senators.
The White House is working with big tech companies to agree to testing and reporting measures to reduce AI risks. These voluntary measures are a precursor to regulation.
As the world waits for the iPhone 15, a loyal iPhone user tries out a competitor, the Nothing Phone 2.
Viewers of the Katmai National Park bear cameras caught more excitement than they may have hoped for last Tuesday when a hiker wandered into view, mouthing the words "help me."
The U.S. antitrust case against Google begins today. Kim Jong Un is expected to meet with Vladimir Putin in Russia. See green comet Nishimura this week before it vanishes for 400 years.