Numerous Native American actors reportedly walked off the set of the new Adam Sandler movie The Ridiculous Six due to the film’s offensive material, including jokes about Apache women named “Beaver’s Breath” and “No Br...
BALTIMORE (Reuters) - At least 2,000 people protesting the unexplained death of a black man while in police custody marched through downtown Baltimore on Saturday, pausing at one point to confront officers in front of Camden Yards, home of the Orioles baseball team.
KATHMANDU (Reuters) - Nepal urged countries to send aid to help it cope with the aftermath of a devastating earthquake that killed more than 1,300 people, a toll officials said would rise as the desperate search for survivors continued into the early hours of Sunday.
Los Angeles' river, a long-neglected wasteland, is about to become an urban oasis: a linear, riparian Central Park. The post The Plan to Bring Nature Back to the Los Angeles River appeared first on WIRED.
WIRED announces the rebirth of Webmonkey, with a new podcast on what happens behind the scenes at WIRED, and what's happening in the greater web community. The post Webmonkey Podcast: Go Behind the Scenes With WIRED’s Coders appeared first on WIRED.
If there's a running theme to this week's online stories, it's the idea that being a celebrity is fairly weird. The post While You Were Offline: The Avengers Disassemble in Press Junket Hell appeared first on WIRED.
Scientists have developed the first liquid nanoscale laser. And it's tunable in real time, meaning you can quickly and simply produce different colors, a unique and useful feature. The laser technology could lead to practical applications, such as a new form of a 'lab on a chip' for medical diagnostics. In addition to changing color in real ti […]
The latest report based on leaks by Edward Snowden has it that the NSA hacked into the servers of a Chinese router company that had itself been accused by the US of potentially aiding government espionage.
The fight over a Twitter ban in the country intensifies, as the government reportedly blocks a workaround, the White House weighs in, and Google refuses to yank YouTube vids critical of the prime minister.