For the first time ever, Time magazine's logo will be replaced with an imperative -- "VOTE."
It’s safe to say that online shoppers like the promise of easy — and even better, free — returns. But it may surprise consumers to learn what can actually happen to all those unwanted items.
Court records in an arson case show that Google gave away data on people who searched for a specific address.
Big tech firms could be banned from preferencing their own services in search rankings or exclusively pre-installing their own applications on devices, under new regulations planned by the European Union.
The FinCEN Files show trillions in tainted dollars flow freely through major banks, swamping a broken enforcement system.
Russia's space agency has announced an independent national effort to explore Earth's twin after news there could be signs of life in the Venus' clouds.
Sandvine Inc., the U.S. company whose technology helped Belarus block much of the internet during a disputed presidential election last month, promotes its wares with a stark selling point: it can be used to “blacklist” as many as 150 million websites.
A new evacuation warning was issued Tuesday night that ignited over the weekend as a result of a gender reveal mishap in the Yucaipa area. Officials say the El Dorado Fire had scorched 11,259 acres…
The bags were dropped by the "green drone" Telegram group, which advocates for the legalization of cannabis in Israel, with "free love" being the group's slogan.
Venom from honeybees is found to rapidly kill aggressive and hard-to-treat breast cancer cells, according to potentially ground-breaking new Australian research, with hopes the discovery will lead to the development of a treatment for triple-negative breast cancer.
Thousands turn out to protest against the Kremlin and Vladimir Putin's handling of the fallout from the arrest of Sergei Furgal, chanting slogans linking the Russian President to the suspected poisoning of opposition politician Alexei Navalny.
Coronavirus cases are continuing to climb at the University of Alabama, with more than 1,000 students testing positive for COVID-19 since the start of on-campus
Ballistic missiles launched in response to US aerial activities in a 'no-fly zone' during a Chinese naval drill.
The case raises questions about the durability of immune protection from the coronavirus, though it remains unclear whether it's an outlier.
An enraged crowd of people gathered outside Buckingham Palace and appeared to chant "paedophile" repeatedly...