Analysis by Newsweek found that Twitter users tweeting the hashtag #GamerGate direct negative tweets at critics of the gaming world more than they do at the journalists whose coverage they supposedly want scrutinized.
Pham is one of two nurses who contracted Ebola while treating Thomas Eric Duncan, a Liberian man who died of the disease.
He likes his job, but he's angling for a better one: United States Senator.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has obtained a copy of what it says is the official autopsy report for Michael Brown.
Two American captives remain in North Korea, but Fowle was home Tuesday.
100 percent of travelers from the countries hardest hit by Ebola will now be subject to enhanced screening procedures.
Pumpkin spice riots erupt in Keene, New Hampshire
Sixty members of the House and Senate want travel bans, but it's a terrible idea, experts say.
She dared to apply critical theory to video games, and gamers didn't like it.
A new video purports to show a marine surviving a sniper attack by a hair's breadth.
Charlie Crist brings a portable fan with him wherever he goes, and that's something Rick Scott wasn't a fan of on Wednesday.
Military planners said "Inherent Resolve" was "bleh," but it's the name they settled on.
A new report released by the Vatican Monday suggests a softening in tone—if not in policy—toward gays and gay marriage.
On Saturday, libertarians from as far afield as California journeyed to Greenpoint, Brooklyn, to attend LibertyFest, a conference by and for libertarians
The airline called the passenger's behavior "unruly," but she says JetBlue's policy is "no mean tweets."
New York, Washington, D.C., Newark, Chicago and Atlanta will receive extra scrutiny.
Mostly, that we were right about weed back in 1993—it's not great for you.
The CDC is very well prepared for Ebola, with the authority and infrastructure to deploy multiple levels of protection against outbreaks of infectious diseases
Peter Kassig, currently being held hostage by ISIS, was captured while working as an aid worker
Isolating countries in west Africa that have experienced an outbreak of the disease in order to prevent it from spreading here would be "quick, simple -- and wrong," the director of the CDC said in a press briefing Thursday.
"No place in the world has better professionals, a better ability to address this, than Texas," he said.
The media have seized on Joshua Wong, 17, one of the leaders of the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong as a counterpoint to China's Communist Party.
"Dust" by Nadav Kander explores the ruins of former Soviet nuclear testing facilities.