A new study by three media scholars reveals how the social protest movement spread on Twitter, with some fascinating — and sobering — findings.
U.S. investigators said the company used research grants, consulting deals, gifts and free equipment to induce influential doctors to order more Olympus devices and to keep competitors at bay.
The contest is only for "vetted hackers," the Department of Defense says, which means that anyone hoping to find vulnerabilities in its systems will first need to pass a background check.
The Tampa Bay Rays are scheduled to play the Cuban National Team in Havana. It will the first time a Major League Baseball franchise has played on the island since 1999.
The New Jersey governor and former presidential candidate faces a storm of criticism at home for his decision to endorse Republican front-runner Donald Trump.
The sporting goods retailer is looking to restructure its debt and close or sell approximately 140 stores. The Colorado-based retailer currently operates more than 460 locations.
Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., talks with David Greene about Hillary Clinton's Super Tuesday results and what they mean for the country moving forward.
Rep. Tom Marino, who endorsed Trump, and GOP strategist Mark McKinnon talk NPR's Morning Edition about Trump's appeal. Marino calls Trump a maverick; McKinnon says the race isn't over.
At many precincts in the 13 states that held party primary votes Tuesday, officials reported record voter participation.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled that states can't require many large employers to submit health care claims to a massive database. The decision means Medicare data will remain the go-to source for now.
In a city where blacks make up 9 percent of the population, nearly a third of those shot by police over a five-year period were black suspects.
Given his growing lead in delegates, Donald Trump's main obstacle may now be not another candidate but the prospect of an open convention where no one has the votes for a first-ballot nomination.
Algebra, trigonometry and calculus keep millions of people from graduating. And they're unnecessary, argues author and professor Andrew Hacker.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump won big across the board, but Ted Cruz pulled off a surprise in Oklahoma, and Marco Rubio finally won his first state in Minnesota.
At issue is whether a Texas law requiring clinics to meet surgical-center standards is aimed at safeguarding women's health, or unconstitutionally limiting a woman's right to terminate a pregnancy.