Maybe you can see it better than we can.
According to the New York Times, Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt isn't happy with the organization's seal, which has been in place for nearly 50 years.
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Apple just took a very important step toward improving its AI capabilities.
The company hired Google's top AI exec, John Giannandrea, to lead Apple's artificial intelligence strategy, The New York Times reports.
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Apple's original TV shows mostly suck today — but next year could be a big turning point.
According to The New York Times, Apple is expected to release up to 12 new original video series starting in March 2019.
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What people do with their faces is their own decision, you guys.
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The New York Times ran an interview with Chris Evans on Thursday. The piece touched on a lot of things, including Evans' love of tap-
Facebook is once again in hot water over the role its policies may have played in the election.
On Saturday, two explosive reports from The Guardian and The New York Times surfaced alleging that more than 50 million Facebook users had personal data
Everybody who has dealt with any minor amount of stress has had the fantasy of packing up and running away from all of their problems, disappearing from the modern world almost entirely.
Erik Hagerman, dubbed "The man who knew too little" by The New
You could soon be watching Netflix Originals commissioned by Barack and Michelle Obama.
According to a report by The New York Times, the former president and first lady are in "advanced negotiations" with the streaming giant to produce a series of
Women are fighting for equal representation in every public domain — including the New York Times obituary page.
In celebration of International Women's Day on Thursday, the paper published a series of obituaries for famous women who should've
Still using that "Millennials to Snake People" Chrome extension? Here's a PSA: remember to turn it off if you're writing a piece for the New York Times.
In what is perhaps my favorite editorial correction ever (okay, fine, nothing will top
Remember the absolute failure that was the overhyped, under-delivered Fyre Festival? Just under a year from that fateful weekend, the business bro responsible is being held accountable.
Per a report from the New York Times, festival organizer Billy
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