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Now, Facebook will let users disable political ads

17 Jun 2020

Now, Facebook will let users disable political ads

As Twitter continues its stringent policy to moderate and fact-check misleading political posts, including those by US President Donald Trump, Facebook is taking a different approach.

US cop fatally shoots Black man during arrest

14 Jun 2020

US cop fatally shoots Black man during arrest

Even as the United States witnesses widespread demonstrations against the killing of George Floyd, another Black man was fatally shot during an arrest in Atlanta.

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak thought he had coronavirus

03 Mar 2020

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak thought he had coronavirus

A few hours ago, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, who is known for his witty opinions on technology and food, triggered a major uproar on Twitter.

Iowa caucus: Gay US presidential candidate Buttigieg takes early lead

05 Feb 2020

Iowa caucus: Gay US presidential candidate Buttigieg takes early lead

The Democratic candidate for United States President, Pete Buttigieg, took an early lead in Iowa's caucuses, as per partial data released for Monday's caucus tallies.

Hate screaming children on flights? This airline offers a solution

04 Oct 2019

Hate screaming children on flights? This airline offers a solution

If you are somebody who hates sitting next to crying babies on flights, this is just the thing for you.

X-Men: Dark Phoenix- Critics say the film is 'deeply disappointing'

06 Jun 2019

X-Men: Dark Phoenix- Critics say the film is 'deeply disappointing'

Early reviews of X-Men: Dark Phoenix are here and critics seem disappointed with the superhero flick.

Second woman accuses Joe Biden of unwanted physical contact

02 Apr 2019

Second woman accuses Joe Biden of unwanted physical contact

Amy Lappos, an NGO freelance worker, yesterday accused US ex-Vice President, Joe Biden of unwanted physical contact.

These AI surveillance companies are preventing school shootings in USA

15 Feb 2019

These AI surveillance companies are preventing school shootings in USA

With the US seeing an alarming increase in the number of school shootings, schools in the country are increasingly turning to artificial intelligence (AI)-based solutions to identify potential threats and prevent student violence.

#MeToo: MJ Akbar raped me, journalist speaks out after years

02 Nov 2018

#MeToo: MJ Akbar raped me, journalist speaks out after years

Embattled MoS of External Affairs MJ Akbar has been accused of sexual assault by at least 20 women in the last few weeks, and now a journalist has alleged he raped her years ago.

2018 Pulitzer Prizes: #MeToo coverage, Kendrick Lamar and more

17 Apr 2018

2018 Pulitzer Prizes: #MeToo coverage, Kendrick Lamar and more

Kendrick Lamar created history by becoming the first rap artist to receive the Pulitzer Award for Music on Monday, generally accorded to jazz and classical artists, for his album 'DAMN'.