Academy Awards voters made history year when they nominated Rachel Morrison for the cinematography Oscar - the first woman so recognized in the organization's...
American women don’t earn as much as men do, a persistent phenomenon that can’t be explained by disparities in education, opportunity or childbearing.
An increase in suicide rates among U.S. teens occurred at the same time social media use surged and a new analysis suggests there may be a link.
On the morning after the election, Alia Ali had a sickening feeling as she headed to her job as a secretary at a New York City public school, her hijab in...
Iran has accused a detained American-Iranian dual citizen of “acting against national security,” the semiofficial Tasnim news agency reported Wednesday.
Iran confirmed on Sunday the detention of an Iranian-American visiting the country, the latest in a string of arrests of dual nationals in the past year
The tech industry is starting to line up with Apple in its fight against the federal government over the encryption it uses to keep iPhones secure
As the maker of trend-setting gadgets like the iPhone and iPad, Apple has changed the way people use technology in their daily lives.
To keep private pictures private, never upload them online.
San Diego State University psychology professor Jean Twenge sees smartphones and social media as raising an unhappy “iGen.”
Nearly 80 percent of film critics are male, according to a new study that analyzed the movie reviews to last year's top box-office hits.
Nearly 80 percent of film critics are male, according to a new study that has analyzed the movie reviews to last year’s top box-office hits.
Finland has topped an index of the happiest nations for the second consecutive year, with researchers saying the small Nordic country of 5.5 million has...
The rivalry between Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson, once among golf’s most intense, is now more chilled than charged but TV executives are gambling the aging...
A film series at Lincoln Center is asking a provocative question. Is there such a thing as a “female gaze” in movies?