NASA’s Discovery Program began work on the Dawn Mission almost ten years ago; and after seven years of traversing the asteroid belt, Dawn brings us the first ever high- resolution images of the dwarf- planet Ceres.
On January 7th 2015, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon announced that the State of Palestine will officially become a member of the International Criminal Court.
Alabama has never been quiet about how traditionally conservative the state swings, but on January 16, one same-sex couple with the help of a judge created one of the best equal rights feats in state history.
In an official announcement by the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, Professor Richard Somerville of the University of California in San Diego explained that the world is now 'three minutes' away from midnight, the closest we've come to the apocalypse since the cold war.
Microsoft’s new HoloLens promises not only to enhance our lives with holograms, but to enable scientists from NASA to explore the Martian surface like never before through the Curiosity rover.
More than 99% of Egyptian women and girls interviewed for UN Women survey in 2013 reported some form of sexual harassment. Frequent domestic abuse, mob violence, torture and sexual harassment in government detention, are daily realities for many women in Egypt.
The federal prosecutors of the Justice Department assigned to the Darren Wilson case are expected to recommend that no charges be brought against the Ferguson police officer for the fatal shooting of 18-year-old Michael Brown.
Thousands of villagers are trapped in Myanmar’s state of Kachin where fierce fighting between government troops and the Kachin Independence Army (KIA) rages on.
Three of Deepcor's political writers watched the President's State of the Union address and recap the proposed issues they find most pressing to our readers.
Hollywood has a long tradition of sensationalizing hacking and cybersecurity. Blackhat is no exception. Directed by film veteran Michael Mann and starring the Mighty Thor Chris Hemsworth and Chinese superstars Wang Leehom and Tang Wei, Blackhatfalls short on both hacking and storytelling, resulting in a tedious two hours of trying to decide whether to walk out or to stay and finish the film for this review.
A documentary chronicling the ground-breaking meeting between Edward Snowden, Glenn Greenwald, and Laura Poitras.
Deepcor's journalists were invited to attend an screening of Jose Antonio Vargas' Documented, a film that brings much needed attention to the Dreamer movement, and deserves an Oscar nomination
Birdman is a delightful, psychotic, and sexy ride. It is brilliantly acted, with a crackling percussive jazz soundtrack and liberal use of steady-cams to highlight just how unsteady the characters are.
The Space Mission Analysis Branch of the Systems Analysis and Concepts Directorate have devised a new way to explore Venus—safely living 50 km above its hellish surface on space balloons.
The most recent theory by a team lead by Julian Barbour of the University of Oxford says that a low-entropy, early universe is inevitable because of gravity's laws and that could result in what gives time its ultimate direction.
When people think about black holes, they tend to think of this cosmic event that just sucks everything in due to its massive gravitational pull. Over the years, research has shown that there is a lot more going on with black holes than being just a cosmic vacuum.
The European Space Agency has selected Athena for its “L2” launch in 2028. Athena will allow the direct observation of X-ray emission from matter immediately before it falls into a black hole