Trump CIA nominee offered to withdraw
She later penned a cable for a superior instructing staff at the site to destroy tapes showing the torture of detainees there. Meanwhile, the pieces of information that are known about Haspel are disturbing to those who oppose torture.
Turkey opposition names fiery lawmaker as Erdogan challenger
Tayyip Erdogan will participate in the vote, as a candidate from our People's Alliance. Erdogan, 64, was first elected president in August 2014.
Microsoft Isn't Done With Kinect Yet
It would be interesting to see if Microsoft will also announce about the changes that we are expecting from the upcoming update. Most of the tech giants are focusing on releasing their devices that run on AI in order to make the life of a user simpler.
Iran's FM: No Renegotiating Nuclear Deal
Iran has denied ever seeking nuclear weapons and accuses its arch-foe Israel of stirring up world suspicions against it. It claims the country's nuclear programme was more advanced than it indicated at the time.
Tesla accused of copycat semi truck design in $2 billion patent lawsuit
By August 2016, Nikola said it had more than 300 orders totalling over 7,000 trucks-a value of $2.3 billion. A Tesla spokesperson told Fortune that it's "patently obvious" the lawsuit has no merit.
Lupita Nyong'o to Star in 'The Killer' Remake With John Woo Directing
Woo is represented by ICM Partners and Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren, Richman, Rush, Kaller & Gellman L.L.P. Woo will return to direct the Americanized take on the film, marking his first American studio film since Paycheck in 2003.
El Clasico ends in stalemate as Messi, Ronaldo score
Messi looked poised to get another goal but Bale made it 2-2 by using one touch to curl Asensio's pass around Ter Stegen. Ronaldo stayed on the bench and, without its star, Madrid couldn't impose its numerical advantage.
Trump lawyer: any Mueller-Trump interview to be limited
The New York Times said the questions were read by the investigators to the President's lawyers, who compiled them into a list. The Washington Post reports Mueller brought up the option in a "testy" meeting with Trump's lawyers back in March.
Three Women Sue Charlie Rose And CBS Over Alleged Sexual Harassment
Harris, McNeal and Wei all allege Rose physically and verbally sexually harassed them and also faced verbal abuse from the host. Rose reveal their stories it becomes clear, that the future may bring other lawsuits against the former CBS star.
Almost 3 million Pennsylvanians impacted by Facebook privacy breach
Cambridge Analytica sought information on Facebook to build psychological profiles on a large portion of the US electorate. The company was able to amass the database quickly with the help of an app that appeared to be a personality test.