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Madeleine L'Engle's classic young adult novel is a story about love, patience and persistence (which is what it took to get the book published).
A Berkeley lab is using drones and LiDAR to map fire fuel and understand how it burns.
Car's are not the only form of transportation that could benefit from driverless technology.
President Dawn Ostroff explains how video franchises like "73 Questions" are made.
It's a third time this year that the Fed has increased interest rates.
Amidst news of sexual harassment scandals, some companies are canceling holiday parties while others limit alcohol or hire monitors to patrol the party.
It's a documentary. It's a period drama. It's a re-enactment. "It's my best something," the director says.
Filmmaker Hajar al-Naim explains what the lift could mean for women and talks about the the first time she entered a movie theater.
The FCC is expected to vote to eliminate net neutrality. We talked to the chairman about what the internet might look like if that happens.
In a 3-to-2 vote, the FCC ruled to roll back net neutrality policy established under the Obama administration.
Is empirical analysis dead? We ask Politico's Ben White.
Economists say the island is economically crippled for the foreseeable future.
Dawn Ostroff is President of Condé Nast Entertainment and she's charged with getting the publisher to think beyond magazines.