Facebook is actually going to start removing fake news—or at least some of it

Facebook says it does not want to be the arbiter of truth, and in recent days, various executives, including founder Mark Zuckerberg, have been...

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings is writing a book about his company’s famous culture

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings prides himself on making as few decisions as possible at the streaming-video service he founded. “Sometimes I can go a...

Charted: Why Trump is foolish to treat Russia as an equal partner

Donald Trump continued to defend Russia and defy the US intelligence community today (July 18), saying there’s no evidence Russia continues to meddle in...

Watch: Paul Pogba’s speech that spurred France to its World Cup victory

In the modern age of analytics in sports, where decisions are based more on the application of cold numbers than raw emotion, it’s easy...

Emotionally and economically, being a sports fan sucks. So why do we do it?

Millions of French soccer fans are feeling great right now. Billions of supporters for other teams are miserable. Most sports fans will tell you that...

Carlyle’s David Rubenstein on why Republicans just might win the mid-terms

David Rubenstein hasn’t worked in politics since the Carter administration but he’s still a creature of Washington. Speaking at CNBC’s Delivering Alpha investor conference...

Marvel has brought on more top literary talent to build out Wakanda with its...

Shuri, the fan-favorite tech-whiz sister of Black Panther’s T’Challa, will get her own comic book series this October. Science fiction and fantasy author Nnedi...

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s error on unemployment shows why politicians need to listen to economists

I would not wish being thrust into the national spotlight at age 28–as the future of a major political party, no less—on my worst...

Google suggests it may have to start charging device makers to use Android

Following an antitrust decision out of Europe, Google implied it may have to start charging device makers like Samsung and HTC to use its...

Silence, please: Why a UK supermarket is introducing a special quiet hour

One of Britain’s largest supermarket chains has introduced a weekly quiet hour for customers who struggle with the noise associated with grocery shopping, like...