Twitter suspended 70 accounts that sent out duplicate messages in support of Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg saying the accounts violated its platform manipulation and spam policy.
"Why would a woman of no achievements have been selected?" wrote Florida resident Carol Bodeen.
"By making a tiny sticker-based modification to our speed limit sign, we were able to cause a targeted misclassification of the MobilEye camera," McAfee researchers said in a blog post.
Overall, the defendants trafficked more than 1,600 kilograms of methamphetamine, 59 firearms, and other drugs including cocaine and heroin over a three-year period.
As the video sharing site turns 15, we look at how it has evolved since 2005 and where it could be in the future. "As far as competitors go, Google stands alone," one industry expert told Newsweek.
With two states down, Democratic voters are getting a better sense of their choices to challenge President Donald Trump.
Flyers disseminated by hate groups in 2019 often focused on themes of "censorship" and free speech, anti-Jewish tropes and nationalist rhetoric.
The mobile application is reportedly being fed data collected by China's vast monitoring apparatus, which is known to retain large amounts of personal information on citizens.
Now is the time for universities to transform, for it is they who are best placed to address the most pressing issues in this rapidly changing world.
The authorities have both created the conditions for a potential health care disaster and made it almost impossible for anyone outside the region to know what is happening there.
The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, is making gains but still trails Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders in the state ahead of its 2020 primary on February 11.
Fellow scientists have called Mabel Gisela Torres' approach "unethical."
Additionally, any Americans who have been to China will undergo a health screening at one of 11 airports.
The World Health Organization has declared 2019-nCoV, which has killed over 200 people, a public health emergency of international concern.
The shapes were probably just "a play of light and shadow," study author Gabriel G. De la Torre.
President Donald Trump has unveiled his much-anticipated peace plan designed to resolve tensions between Israelis and Palestinians locked in a territorial dispute spanning eight decades.
Marginalized groups are strongest when they advocate for one another
Stanley Kao—Taiwan's top diplomatic representative to the U.S.—told Newsweek that China's system of government would never be accepted by the Taiwanese people.
Democrats said Trump attorneys' opening statements had the unintended result of making the case for calling more witnesses.
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Last week at CES, the biggest event of the year in consumer technology, more than 4,400 exhibitors unveiled some 20,000 new products across a broad array of tech and tech-infused categories.
Douglas London, a 34-year veteran of the CIA, warned that Trump is primarily focused on "celebrity" and "headlines."
Schoolteacher Kev Derecourt, from New Zealand, did not think it was right to keep the bag of money he found in the furniture.
If it can get its socioeconomic act together, Nigeria may be the next global power—and the first one on the continent.
The senator from Vermont also maintains the highest favorability among Democratic voters at 76 percent, compared with Joe Biden's 71 percent.
Biological evidence suggests the Carib were indeed present in the Bahamas when Columbus arrived. Researchers say it lends more support to his claims of cannibalism.
There are only four coaches from minority backgrounds in the NFL, with Ron Rivera the only one to be hired this year.
Competing for recognition as the top contestant in the syndicated game show's decade's long history are Ken Jennings, James Holzhauer and Brad Rutter. However, many fans and media sites appear to be placing their money on Holzhauer, a professional gambler from Illinois, for the win.