An employee-led group says an SEC proposal would discriminate against smaller investors and employees awarded company stock.
Google bought the video platform in 2006, building it over the years into a dominant player in the internet video market.
Privacy-focused technology companies are offering a variety of services, from personal data scrubbing to business-focused software meant to help companies comply with the law.
Conservationists working on Ecuador's Galápagos Islands have discovered a young female tortoise that is partially related to Lonesome George.
Recent discussions around the race for the Democratic nomination highlight how social media remains easily manipulated by passionate Americans.
The work could create a standard set of questions that pediatricians across the country can ask parents to gauge whether children are showing signs of compulsive screen use.
The theory of general relativity predicted a phenomenon known as frame dragging, which states that space-time will churn around a massive, rotating body.
Misleading, unverified and clearly false information about the coronavirus has spread across social media platforms with a mix of fearmongering and racial stereotyping.
In October 2018, several aurora enthusiasts who regularly photograph the shimmering lights noticed something unusual.
Researchers are hoping to produce a vaccine ready for clinical trials in mere months, significantly trimming down a process that can take up to a decade.
If the two satellites were to collide, the debris could endanger spacecraft around the planet.
A Saudi hacker group claimed responsibility for compromising several accounts, including those of Kansas City and San Francisco.
Byte, a new short-form video app, hopes to capitalize on the nostalgia of the now-defunct Vine, but will have to contend with a saturated market.
"People tuned in to climate change are asking the question, 'Where is it safe to live in the long term?'" one climate scientist said.
Every level of the U.S. election process has come under far more scrutiny since the U.S. intelligence community determined Russia attempted to interfere in the 2016 election.
This is the first time researchers have done an in-depth analysis of ancient DNA from western Central Africa.
Lewis Pugh, a celebrated endurance swimmer, will attempt what he describes as his toughest swim to date in an effort to bring attention to environmental issues.
The Bulletin adjusted the clock to reflect human-caused threats such as nuclear weapons and accelerated global warming.
"This is the first ever discovery of ancient human brain remains, vitrified by heat," one expert said.
Researchers are concerned that huge pulses of carbon emissions from devastating wildfires could overwhelm natural reservoirs that store carbon dioxide.
Melting ice from climate change could release the pathogens into the environment, one researcher said, calling it a "worst-case scenario."
With a record $10 billion in political advertising at stake, the news industry is expanding operations to all corners — from broadcasting live campaign events to offering daily news shows on entertainment platforms.
The "abort demonstration" assessed how well SpaceX's Crew Dragon capsule can survive in the event of a catastrophic rocket failure.
The FBI's efforts to push Apple to unlock phones have caused alarm among technology industry veterans and academics who see a broader effort to reduce privacy and introduce backdoors.
An NBC News producer gained access to an underground operation in Los Angeles where dealers were selling bulk amounts of bootleg THC vape cartridges.
The proposed class-action lawsuit was filed in federal court and is based entirely on previously secret documents that NBC News obtained last year.