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Yesterday β€” December 16th 2018Your RSS feeds

Google CEO Sundar Pichai says AI fears are 'very legitimate'

By Christopher Carbone

Google CEO Sundar Pichai said last week that concerns about harmful applications of artificial intelligence are "very legitimate."

'One of a kind,' nearly 4,400-year-old tomb discovered in Egypt

By Christopher Carbone

Archaeologists in Egypt uncovered the final resting place of a high priest that dates back more than four thousand years ago. 

May slams Tony Blair’s new Brexit vote call

By Christopher Carbone

British Prime Minister Theresa May slammed one of her predecessors for his comments about a potential new vote as the fate of Brexit remained uncertain.

May slams Tony Blair’s new Brexit vote call

By Christopher Carbone

British Prime Minister Theresa May slammed one of her predecessors for his comments about a potential new vote as the fate of Brexit remained uncertain.

Remove or keep a statue? South Africa debates painful legacy

By CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA

A hulking statue of a late 19th century white leader, with a cane and top hat, has been a flashpoint for cultural conflict in South Africa for years.

Remove or keep a statue? South Africa debates painful legacy

By CHRISTOPHER TORCHIA

A hulking statue of a late 19th century white leader, with a cane and top hat, has been a flashpoint for cultural conflict in South Africa for years.

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Why do we say 'God bless you' when we sneeze?

By Christopher Howard

There are a few different explanations about the origins of saying “God bless you” after a sneeze.

Chris Christie Drops Out of Consideration for White House Chief of Staff

By MAGGIE HABERMAN

The former governor of New Jersey said he was not offered the job but had met with President Trump and had a good discussion.

Lists of Priests Accused of Sexual Abuse Are Spilling Out Across the Country

By CAMPBELL ROBERTSON

Facing aggressive investigations into sex abuse scandals, Catholic dioceses around the country are releasing their own lists of accused priests.

ACLU slams 'nightmarish' Amazon patent application to bring facial recognition to your front door

By Christopher Carbone

A patent application from Amazon to pair its facial recognition technology with a doorbell camera company that Amazon acquired has privacy advocates saying the company is building a perfect tool for authoritarian surveillance.

Amazon execs grilled, jeered at New York City Council hearing over HQ2

By Christopher Carbone

New York City Council members unloaded on Amazon and the Economic Development Corporation during a contentious hearing about the tech giant's plan to bring its second headquarters to the Long Island City waterfront.

Twitter's Jack Dorsey responds to Myanmar criticism over meditation trip

By Christopher Carbone

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey responded to a backlash over his comments following a 10-day meditation retreat in Myanmar, which has seen the country's Rohingya Muslims suffering at the hands of its military. 

Biographical sketches of 2 Canadians missing in China

By CHRISTOPHER BODEEN

Two Canadian citizens have been reported missing in China over recent days amid a dispute over Canada's detention of a Chinese business executive wanted in the U.S. on bank fraud charges.

Biographical sketches of 2 Canadians missing in China

By CHRISTOPHER BODEEN

Two Canadian citizens have been reported missing in China over recent days amid a dispute over Canada's detention of a Chinese business executive wanted in the U.S. on bank fraud charges.

Google CEO on Capitol Hill: Here are some of the weirdest exchanges

By Christopher Carbone

Google CEO Sundar Pichai's appearance on Capitol Hill featured a mix of strange theater and baffling moments as the engineer-turned-chief executive parried questions from lawmakers.

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