Yi-Chi Shih sourced sensitive microchips from an American company whose customers include the U.S. Air Force and DARPA.
The Norwegian Pearl was on a 13-day cruise which started in Amsterdam on June 22.
Ted Cruz railed against Nike Tuesday, asking supporters to help him find a less "woke" pair of shoes after the company pulled a Betsy Ross inspired design.
The snack giant gave away special-edition Oreo packages at NYC Pride with 'she/her,' 'he/him, and 'they/them' imprinted on the cookies.
"The Walking Dead" #193 will be the long-running series' final issue. "I'm going to miss it as much as you will, if not more so," says Robert Kirkman.
In "Bottle of Lies," investigative journalist Katherine Eban pulls back the curtain on the generic drug business.
According to the victim, the attacker punched him and hurled insulting remarks, including that he deserved the vicious attack because he had voted for Donald Trump.
"The Second Amendment is not a second-class right and adults over the age of eighteen but under twenty-one are not second-class people," a firearms advocate said.
"We want to reassure that this incident does not indicate any risks for your personal data," the Chinese smartphone maker said after OnePlus 7 Pro users were sent bizarre texts.
Whatever your need may be, know that there is a store out there to help make your shopping more efficient.
The letters, which are more than a decade old, are being sent on with a label explaining the mail "was delayed."
The idea of discarding available wind or solar output is anathema, imposed on power producers when production from these sources exceeds what the grid can accept.
"What is certain is this: no customer should ever be spit upon," Aviary's owner told Newsweek.
Wayfair employees voiced their concern about making furniture for the detention and asked their bosses to cease, but the executives said continue the order.
The incident took place at Plush Daiquiri Bar and Grill restaurant last Saturday. The restaurant owners stressed the comments do not reflect the business, saying: "It wasn't…anything personal."
Walmart has said in a statement that its staff waited with the woman and contacted the police following the incident.
Hill may still be able to live her luxurious lifestyle, but it looks like her numbers are on the decline.
No winner has been confirmed.
The platform, which runs on blockchain technology, is expected to launch for consumers in 2020 and is backed by a group of companies, including Mastercard, Visa and PayPal.
Charlotte Burns tweeted about some unwanted travelling companions on board her United Airlines plane.
"We have a zero-tolerance policy aboard our fleet when it comes to inappropriate or discourteous behavior," Norwegian Cruise Line said in a statement after the incident.
"I say we all chip in and buy Whataburger back," wrote the Texans star.
Whataburger, the famous burger chain with a 69-year legacy in Texas, has sold a majority interest in the company to Chicago-based investment banking firm BDT Capital.
"I tried to cover my tracks, I f***ed up but [my products] are not expired."
The home-share platform is breaking into the $683 billion adventure-travel market with Airbnb Adventures
Greenpeace says all chains profiled in report still need to do more to help address "pollution crisis they're causing."