CDC ties deadly listeria outbreak to hard-boiled eggs from Almark Foods
Federal health officials have issued a food-safety alert regarding hard-boiled eggs from a Georgia processor believed to be tied to a multistate outbreak of listeria that has killed one person and sickened six others. The U.S.
AI algorithm that deciphers the meaning of a baby's cry created by scientists
A team of scientists have created technology which can read baby cries and decipher-to an extent-the meaning behind them. Cries contain crucial information about a baby's well-being, therefore being able to accurately recognize them has important implications for the field of medicine, and indeed society as a whole, the researchers say.
I Can't Stop Drinking Out of This Temperature-Regulating Mug
My daily coffee routine goes something like this: I arrive at the office, drop my bag next to my desk, grab my mug, and head to the kitchen. I fill it to the brim with the delicious Stumptown brews WIRED provides and bring it back to my desk.
The real threat to Facebook is the Kool-Aid turning sour
Who wants to work on a weapon? These kinds of leaks didn't happen when I started reporting on Facebook eight years ago. It was a tight-knit cult convinced of its mission to connect everyone, but with the discipline of a military unit where everyone knew loose lips sink ships.
Texas Democrats Surge to Polls, in Show of Anti-Trump Sentiment
The progressive Laura Moser made the May 22 runoff despite a late attempt by the House Democratic campaign arm to derail her candidacy. Ms. Moser, an author and an organizer, trailed Lizzie Pannill Fletcher, a lawyer, but Ms. Fletcher failed to garner 50 percent of the vote, so they will face off again in a race that will be something of a proxy battle between the moderate and more liberal...