U.S. Sanctions Chinese Firm Selling Video Surveillance Tech to Iran
The Biden administration on Thursday blacklisted a Chinese video surveillance company that officials say is implicated in the…
December 16, 2022
U.S. State Department Confirms That American Citizen Was Killed in Iranian Drone Attack
A U.S. citizen was killed in an Iranian missile and drone attack in northern Iraq on Wednesday, a State Department…
September 30, 2022
Biden Admin Weighs Providing Ukraine with Killer Drones Called Switchblades
The U.S.-made guided missiles can accurately target tanks and artillery from miles away.
March 16, 2022
Biden Interviews Three Finalists for Supreme Court as Deadline Looms
The White House has said President Joe Biden plans to announce his nominee before the end of the month.
February 23, 2022
Migrants Sew Their Mouths Shut in Quest for Mexico Passage to U.S. Border
Some were carrying their children when they staged the dramatic protest in Tapachula, a border city with Guatemala, which for months has been filled with thousands of migrants waiting for papers to be able to freely cross the country.
Sandy Hook Families Settle For $73m With Gun Maker Remington
Remington had argued there was no evidence to establish that its marketing had anything to do with the shooting.
Coachella and Stagecoach Festivals Drop All COVID-Related Restrictions
The festivals will not require negative tests or vaccinations.
YouTube Includes NFTs in New Creator Tools
Creators will be able to monetize short-form videos and sell content as NFTs.
February 11, 2022
U.S. Intel: Nine Probable Russian Routes into Ukraine in Full-Scale Invasion
The two most extensive invasion scenarios would involve a simultaneous attack from multiple sides, according to a U.S. military and intelligence assessment.
February 11, 2022
Twitter Begins a Global Test of a New Feature: A Downvote Button
The social media company said Thursday that it was still experimenting with downvotes as a way to give feedback on offensive or irrelevant tweets.
February 4, 2022