One way to help the planet is not to buy new tech, especially stuff the planet never needed, says Kendra Pierre-Louis, who reports on the environment.
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Female-run businesses want to bring audio pornography to the imaginative, ethically conscious masses.
The explorer had filed a lawsuit last year after Mr. Musk accused him of being a “pedo guy.” Mr. Musk wanted the case thrown out.
Citing harassment allegations at the network, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren urged its parent, Comcast, to conduct an independent review.
The merger of GateHouse Media and Gannett is now final, creating the largest newspaper publisher in the nation and raising concerns about the industry’s future.
At least five trademark applications are pending for the retort, according to a database for the federal patent office, including one by Fox Media, which hopes to use it for a possible television series.
The director’s latest movie is topping the French box office, but a trade association is looking to suspend his membership.
The initial lineups of original shows on the two streaming services are hit-and-miss. But here are five worth checking out.
The agency says the rules are effectively obsolete because of technological advancements like streaming.
Andy Ward succeeds Susan Kamil, who died in September, and will be replaced in his previous role by Robin Desser, who edited Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Cheryl Strayed at Knopf.
Ken Jennings, Brad Rutter and James Holzhauer will compete against each other for the sweeping title in a prime time series to be held in January.
Songs from the Nashville star’s new album “What You See Is What You Get” were streamed 74 million times, beating a record set by Gene Autry.
The search giant’s new console-free gaming service is a neat concept. But there are bugs and too many unknowns.
Mr. Legere was credited with reviving the telecommunications company. He has been instrumental in navigating T-Mobile’s pending merger deal with Sprint.
Once a generation, Hollywood experiences a seismic shift. It is happening again.
Paying attention to the impeachment inquiry and other developments means having to figure out what is true, false or spin. Many Americans are throwing up their hands and tuning it all out.
Alex Zhu, the head of the Chinese-owned viral video app, is trying to assuage Washington’s fears. “I am quite optimistic,” he said.
At a historic moment, viewers turn to MSNBC and Fox News, reflecting a sharp political divide.
“None of this had to happen”: The network’s new sexual harassment policy did not prevent them from leaving after accusations against the star’s husband, a producer.
Twitter has said it will ban all political ads. But what is or isn’t a political message is often in the eye of the beholder.
The singer said in a post on Tumblr that her old label was blocking her use of certain songs, and she asked her fans to get involved.
A co-chief film critic of The New York Times debates himself on the subject.
The company will add a note to some maps in the documentary series “The Devil Next Door” clarifying that death camps located in modern-day Poland were run by Nazi Germany.
Shareholders approved a deal to combine GateHouse Media, which has received SoftBank funding, with the publisher of USA Today.
The comedy sequel is part of a continuing deal between the streaming giant and Paramount, a studio without a streaming service of its own.
The fifth-largest newspaper chain in the country will try to encourage more digital subscriptions with a weekend plan affecting dailies in 14 states.
In one of TV news’s most coveted bookings, a prominent Trump critic appeared on MSNBC to comment on the House impeachment hearings.
Women’s networking conferences that take place on land are so five years ago. Now they happen in the sky, with spa treatments and reiki.
Nickelodeon will create and produce original animated content based on its library of characters for the streaming service.
He was also a veteran of the late-night wars and presided over the difficult changeover of “Tonight Show” hosts from Johnny Carson to Jay Leno.