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French presidential candidates cancel or reschedule last-minute campaign events ahead of Sunday’s first round vote in the tense election.
Trump sets an ominous tone for his forthcoming decision about whether to pull the U.S. out of the landmark agreement struck with Tehran in 2015.
The “America First” president who vowed to extricate America from onerous overseas commitments appears to be warming up to the view that when it comes to agreements, a deal’s a deal.
General Motor’s move could draw the Trump administration into the chaos engulfing the South American nation amid days of deadly protests.
The firing of its lead personality, Bill O’Reilly, will determine whether the top-rated cable network’s appeal is due to its overall strength more than a personality or two.
A ruling from the state Supreme Court allowing officials to use a lethal injection drug that a supplier says was obtained by misleading the company clears the way for Arkansas to proceed to execute Ledell Lee.
In the time before his suicide in prison, the former NFL star chatted on the phone with his longtime fiancee, Shayanna Jenkins-Hernandez.
University officials propose an alternate May 2 date for the conservative author, reversing a decision from a day earlier when they canceled the event.
A charitable fund is established to receive the unpaid portion of Ivanka Trump’s advance and future royalties from “Women Who Work: Rewriting the Rules for Success.“
The champion will go through another year without playing a major.
Google is reportedly developing an ad blocker for its web browser Chrome
The move could expose Google to criticism, given the fact it operates ad networks of its own.
Smartphones will officially become glasses in 2022, a Facebook exec brashly predicts
That’s according to Michael Abrash, chief scientist at Facebook-owned Oculus Research.
The CEO of $3.7 billion security startup Tanium is facing another scandal
Orion Hindawi has allegedly been giving potential customers a view into a hospital’s live network.
A lawsuit alleges a Bose app secretly collects and shares everything its headphone users listen to
Bose is accused of sending info to third-party companies without its users’ permission.
Microsoft is killing off popular note-taking app Wunderlist
It’s being replaced by To-Do.
Tesla owners have filed a class-action lawsuit alleging Autopilot 2 is “demonstrably dangerous”
Law firm Hagens Berman says the self-driving tech is “essentially unusable.“
Facebook has unveiled two more 360-degree cameras
The devices are designed for shooting 360-degree video.
Amazon is opening up the voice-control technology behind Alexa to other developers
Engadget reports that devs will be able to use “Lex” to add voice-control to their products.
Qualcomm’s earnings beat has helped smooth over concerns over its patent-licensing building
The chip-making firm announced its quarterly earnings on Wednesday, and its stock jumped 2.4%.
Facebook is working on tech to let you type with you brain and “hear with your skin”
The company is developing experimental brain-computer-interface technology.