Monthly Archives: February 2017
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — North Korea is flouting United Nations sanctions by trading in prohibited weapons and other goods and using evasion techniques "that are increasing in scale, scope and sophistication," U.N. experts say in a new report. Original story … Continue reading
Tim Cook earlier today addressed growing concerns that Apple is no longer interested in catering to creative professionals. During a Q&A session at Apple's annual shareholder meeting, Cook said that Apple remains committed to the Pro market and that the … Continue reading
Think of it as the Outlander Medium. Original story here.
The deal to hire former MI6 agent Christopher Steele fell through when word of the dossier became public. Original story here.
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — The Latest on the indictment of a South Carolina man charged in seven killings (all times local): Original story here.
"It's shocking in this day and age that this is still a fight we have to have," a female Tesla engineer told the Guardian. Original story here.
"Crime Watch Daily with Chris Hansen," a syndicated investigation series, aired an episode about Papini's kidnapping Tuesday that included an interview with her friend Lisa Jeter. Original story here.
By Jeffrey Dastin SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Some web surfers on Tuesday experienced glitches on media outlets and other sites whose data is hosted by Amazon.com Inc’s popular cloud business, which Amazon said suffered a technical disruption. The technology company’s … Continue reading
Multiple Republican lawmakers on Tuesday warned that President Donald Trump’s reported plan to slash State Department funding by more than a third would face stiff opposition in Congress. “It’s dead on arrival, it’s not going to happen,” said the hawkish … Continue reading
Russia and China on Tuesday vetoed a Western-backed UN resolution that would have imposed sanctions on Syria over chemical weapons use, in the first clash at the Security Council since US President Donald Trump took office. The twin vetoes came … Continue reading
After criticism that President Donald Trump had not condemned the attack, which happened last Wednesday, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders said the president may address the question in his maiden address to Congress on Tuesday night and did condemn the … Continue reading
On Feb. 28, ahead of President Trump’s first joint address to Congress, new DNC Chair Tom Perez spoke to Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric. Perez defended Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., who has been dogged by his past associations with … Continue reading
Amazon loves to talk about how great its products and services are – just like any other massive company — so the fact that it holds frequent conferences celebrating and educating people about Amazon Web Services (AWS) isn't particularly odd. … Continue reading
By Will Dunham WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A technique using high-powered lasers to reveal hidden soft tissue alongside bones in fossils is giving scientists insight into one of the major evolutionary transitions in the history of life: small feathered dinosaurs taking … Continue reading
Anyone old enough to remember using Windows 98 when it was still current can attest to the fact that it was a really fantastic operating system. It made big improvements over Windows 95 in almost every area that mattered, and … Continue reading