The documentary follows four men linked by combat, as they hike the East Coast in honor of a fallen peer.
A suicide bombing in the same city last week killed 30 people. Authorities are blaming the Nigerian Islamist group Boko Haram for both attacks.
Mobile advertisers are looking for new ways to package their pitches, and they've been using more ads that resemble video games.
What was standard a few decades ago may be wildly offensive today. Gene Demby of NPR’s Code Switch explains why.
Mashable's viral content editor joins us to take a look at stories gaining traction online, including a video involving a GoPro in space.
Emails seen by The Wall Street Journal and other news outlets raise questions about the timing of the automaker's recalls for faulty ignition switches. The defect has been tied to at least 32 deaths.
If you buy your own health insurance, it's time to check out the options on the Obamacare exchanges. Enrollment starts Nov. 15.
Integrating solar panels into a bike commuter path, a special roadway outside Amsterdam will generate power that's then funneled into the national energy grid.
The Indiana band will release its second album in 2015. This early sample is a striking, vibrating, epic folk ballad with almost surreal imagery and a story line that twists in odd directions.
Pink is an icon of girlhood today — but one with baggage. Commentator Tania Lombrozo turns to philosophy and psychology to evaluate the prospects for "pink pride." Is it time to take back the hue?