"It's a wake up call for the big data industries, internet giants, tech companies, energy research and environmental research. I call this the invisible crisis," author Melvin M. Vopson told Newsweek.
"The leaders of social media companies have failed to tackle the infodemic of misinformation," said Julian Knight MP, chair of the U.K government's DCMS Committee.
Michael Pack's installment at the U.S. Agency for Global Media is a huge boon for the American people.
"At the end of the day, history is going to find that [Barr] was compliant, he was timid, and at times he was a sycophant. All to please Trump," said former federal prosecutor Gene Rossi.
The 7-year-old Texas girl was shot and killed by an unknown gunman on Sunday while sitting in a car with her mother.
The names, birth dates and addresses of nearly 1,000 people were leaked.
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"It appears that they're closing in on the basic financial structure of the Trump Organization."
The New Mexico courthouse was evacuated on Tuesday.
BioWare addressed the future of two of its most popular franchises in a recent update about "Anthem."
"Fallout 4" fans shouldn't get too excited about the idea of playing on a Switch any time soon.
The app allowed users to take psychometric tests.
Nintendo revealed new information about its upcoming Online Service, including pricing and more.
Capital punishment cases are down but five of the 23 executions this year still highlight the arguments of those who oppose the death penalty.
Grassley said the Office of the Special Counsel had to sign nondiscolosure agreements.
The president's son said there was a suggestion information on Clinton was available.
Congress should submit parallel requests to the government agencies under FOIA.
Russia's minister of defense said propaganda must be "smart, competent and effective."
Facebook has until January 31 to respond, and could be fined 1% of its turnover if found guilty of charges.