Nicole Kornher-Stace's new novel follows Wasp, an Archivist tasked with hunting ghosts to scavenge information about the past for her primitive postapocalyptic society — where all is not as it seems.
Big technology firms, including Facebook and Uber, may be looking to reduce reliance on Google Maps.
The League of American Bicyclists' rankings also show that no American state scored higher than 67 points out of 100.
MorganEve Swain of the band Brown Bird completed the album "Axis Mundi" after her musical partner Dave Lamb died from cancer.
Video games will not save education and other misconceptions about where schools are headed.
A prosecutor is expected to announce whether Officer Matt Kenny will be criminally charged in the death of an unarmed biracial 19-year-old.
The birds disappeared from Egg Rock around 1885. It took decades, but Stephen Kress brought them back.
While there are certainly issues with the Black Widow story in the new Avengers film, we don't just need to get to exactly the right one female Avenger. We need more than one female Avenger.
It's Secretary of State John Kerry's first visit to Russia since the Ukraine crisis began and U.S.-Russia relations plummeted.
The international pressure on Iran's nuclear program was one of the rare examples of global cooperation in the past year. On most issues, like the war in Syria, the global community came up short.
The notice to insurers comes after reports found many health plans weren't providing no-cost birth control for all prescription methods, a requirement under the Affordable Care Act.
The writer Ananta Bijoy Das was killed by men wielding machetes. He wrote for the same blog founded by Avijit Roy, a Bangladeshi-American who died in a similar attack in February.
The brash dance sounds of LÁ-BAS are set within a surreal, futuristic dance club that's part Metropolis and part Pee Wee's Playhouse in a new video.
Brittany Packnett calls for change in the street and in the classroom.
Even talented artists have trouble creating the illusions known as "trompe l'oeil." Critic Michael Schaub says Nancy Reisman's tragic new novel of the same name never jumps into three dimensions.