Facebook suspends 200 apps as part of data misuse probe
Facebook has suspended about 200 apps for possible misuse of information , the company announced Monday in a blog post . Information Commissioner's Office, a United Kingdom data watchdog group, is investigating the incident.
Deadpool 2 Directed by David Leitch
Did you love the crass humor? Deadpool needs to understand why, but he doesn't have the firepower to face this new threat. Nearly everything you either loved or gritted at in the original is here expanded, refined, sometimes even invigorated.
China, US Agree on Outline to Resolve ZTE Ban, WSJ Reports
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Chinese Vice Premier Liu He during talks in Washington last week that would remove the U.S. Commerce Department's ban on American companies selling to ZTE in exchange for the purchase of more U.S. agricultural products.
US Senate votes to save net neutrality
We've basically moved forward a measure that isn't going to become law because this President isn't going to sign it. No doubt she feels it's time for Congress to step in and make some definitive ruling on the net-neutrality issue.
Senate bill would unify all United States volcano monitoring activity
Scientists said the molten rock there could start moving faster if fresher, hotter magma emerges from the ground. Officials have said they did not expect the explosion to be deadly as long as people remained out of the park.
MP CM congratulates residents after Indore declared cleanest city
Apart from introducing GPS-enabled wrist watches for sanitary workers, the NMC had constructed over 1,000 public toilets. State ranking was introduced in this year's survey, which was conducted between January 4 and March 10.
Husband of woman who inspired 'right to die' law speaks on changes
In the first year that the law became effective, Monning said some 111 people in California have chosen to end their lives. If California's law is reinstated, assisted suicide will be legal in seven states and the District of Columbia.
Pompeo threatens Iran with the 'strongest sanctions in history'
President Hassan Rouhani said that the United States can not make decisions for Iran or other independent countries in the world. The Iran deal has drawn some of the starkest lines yet between the United States and its allies.
Pentagon Uninvites China From Major US Military Exercise
The Spratly archipelago is disputed from six countries: Vietnam, China, Taiwan, Malaysia, Philippines and Brunei. Since 1972, the USA has recognized China as the sole legitimate government, but has offered arms to Taiwan.
Wichita business owner, sports fans weigh in on legalizing sports betting
Musburger says sports betting and influence scandals are rare, and all that bookmakers in Las Vegas want is integrity and honesty. The justices struck down the entire federal law on a 6-3 vote, with the court's five conservatives joined by liberal Elena Kagan.