The Schmidt Ocean Institute is giving policymakers the data they need to protect crucial underwater habitats. CNET's Now What series learns how that's happening.
The European Union is conforming plans to open borders for vaccinated visitors this summer. As cruise lines will require inoculation, here's what it means for you.
The Big Bang Theory actor, who holds a doctorate in neuroscience, breaks down questions about mental health in her new podcast series, for a world still coping with COVID.
Social media influencers are championing therapy and self care online. Lily Cornell Silver discusses her IGTV show Mind Wide Open, which focuses on mental health and offer tips for a more positive well-being.
Actors like Riz Ahmed, the first Muslim nominated for an Oscar for best actor in a lead role, are shattering stereotypes. But they face a long road ahead.
Turns out COVID-19 isn't the only reason going to a movie theater might be a thing of the past. That is, unless changes are made.
Russell Schwartz, a film and media arts professor who has worked on marketing for films like The Lord of the Rings trilogy, discusses how everything from making movies to watching them will change after COVID.
Coded Bias director Shalini Kantayya talked to CNET about the algorithms that are making society's most important decisions for us.
Not all the developments were bad during "the lost year" in education, but the impact on mental health has been devastating for too many.
Shannon DeVido uses her comedy to start conversations and tout on-screen diversity.
To put more people with disabilities in front of and behind the camera, the writer, actor and comedian has a simple solution: Hire them.
Several shows and movies are breaking away from stereotypes, but it'll take a lot more work to get the industry to where it needs to be.