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Utah Lawmaker Wants Opt-In Requirement for Porn

By Hallie Golden | May 24
The Utah lawmaker who led the charge in an anti-porn crusade is gearing up to introduce a handful of bills during next year's legislative session designed to heavily restrict access to pornography across the state.

UN: Growing Environmental Threat from Animal-to-Man Diseases

By Edith M. Lederer | May 24
The most worrying environmental threats facing the world today range from the rise in diseases transmitted from animals to humans to the increasing accumulation of toxic chemicals in food crops as a result of drought and high temperatures.

Special Stem Cell Treatment for Spinal Cord Injuries Shows Promise

May 24
A group of patients with the most severe spinal cord injuries have seen improvement after undergoing an experimental treatment that uses stem cells in the damaged areas.

Special Stem Cell Treatment for Spinal Cord Injuries Shows Promise

May 24
A group of patients with the most severe spinal cord injuries have seen improvement after undergoing an experimental treatment that uses stem cells in the damaged areas

Dartmouth Contest Shows Computers Aren't Such Good Poets

By Michael Casey | May 23
Computers are pretty good at stocking shelves and operating cars, but are not so great at writing poetry.

Google Daydream VR Vision: With Opportunity Comes Challenges

By Anick Jesdanun | May 23
Upcoming virtual-reality headsets based on Google's new Daydream VR system could give more people a taste of VR and make better games and applications affordable.

Have We Gone Overboard with Wearable Technology?

May 23
Wearable technologies make a lot of promises to improve your life.

Why Your Phone May Never Get Android's Latest Features

By Anick Jesdanun | May 22
Chances are good that the free software update announced by Google Wednesday won't arrive on your Android phone for some time - if ever. (If you're an iPhone user, rest easy; none of this affects you.)

MLB Chief: Science May Be Behind Increased Drug Positives

By Ronald Blum | May 21
Improved science could be a reason behind baseball's increase in positive drug tests.

NASA's Valkyrie Robots Set the Table for Human Life on Mars

May 21
Four sister robots built by NASA could be pioneers in the colonization of Mars, part of an advance construction team that sets up a habitat for more fragile human explorers.

'Overwatch' Game Developers Find Creativity in Diversity

By Derrick J. Lang | May 21
Mei's unlikely heritage and ability to encase her body in a chunk of ice aren't her only unique attributes. She doesn't sport a busty, Barbie-like physique that most female characters have in video games.

Genetically-Engineered Crops Safe to Eat, Report Finds

May 21
A sweeping new report on genetically-engineered crops could take the debate over food to a new level.

Google Echoes Amazon's Echo, Opens New Virtual-Reality Door

By Michael Liedtke | May 20
Google wants to play an even bigger role in managing people's daily lives, while also nudging them into an alternate reality, as the Internet company responds to competitive threats posed by Facebook, Amazon and Apple.

With New Fitness Game, Pornhub Wants You to Workout In Between...

May 20
Pornhub launched a new program this week that encourages its users, who watch free porn, to exercise.

Startup Wants to Put Self-Driving Big Rigs on U.S. Highways

By Michael Liedtke | May 20
Picture an 18-wheel truck barreling down the highway with 80,000 pounds of cargo and no one but a robot at the wheel.

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