The hit mobile game uses Washington's Holocaust Museum as a featured location. This petition asks developer Niantic to remove it.
Calling the game inappropriate for a memorial to the victims of Nazism, Washington's Holocaust Museum asks visitors to stop playing Pokemon Go.
Officials from the Japanese city worry the search for Pikachu could disrupt an annual ceremony remembering victims of the first atomic bomb.
At San Diego's annual pop culture fest, whose lifeblood is unapologetic obsession, the smartphone game is the fixation of the year.
Izumo-taisha, one of the oldest Shinto shrines, has banned the game just days after its release in Japan.
Alas, poor Uncle Harold, we'll miss you so much, and -- hey, is that a Snorlax over by the casket?
A survey company gives us a quick peek into the minds and lives of Pokemon Go trainers. Turns out they're more active and even losing weight.
Peekaboo Pikachu? The hit mobile game that's driving the world to distraction is prompting some players to look for Pokemon in places you might not have guessed.
Among his venture capital firm's biggest hits are Google, Amazon, Genentech and Netscape.
History preserved: As the aging Holocaust survivor population dwindles, USC scientists scurry to create life-size 3D holograms that can answer viewer questions through Siri-like voice-recognition technology.