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US sanctions North Korean hacking groups it says stole millions around the world

By Melissa Leon

The U.S. Treasury on Friday sanctioned three hacking groups it says have links to North Korea's intelligence bureau and have stolen millions from banks and other entities around the world.

Apple’s iPhone 11 event: What to expect

By James Rogers

All eyes will be on Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif., next week when the tech giant launches its latest iPhones.

YouTube removed 17,000 channels, 500 million comments under new hateful conduct policy

By Christopher Carbone

YouTube has removed more than 17,000 channels and 100,000 videos, along with at least 500 million comments, since the company announced a broad crackdown on hate speech in June.

PayPal suspends account used to raise money for Ku Klux Klan: report

By Gerren Keith Gaynor

PayPal suspended an account used to raise money for the Ku Klux Klan on Friday after being flagged by anti-bigotry activists, according to a report.

Instagrammers have ruined California’s super-bloom

By Chris Ciaccia

The owners of tourist attraction Daffodil Hill have taken to Facebook to announce that they are closing the California super bloom hot spot indefinitely, noting a lack of infrastructure to handle the hordes of people who flocked to see the flowers.

Florida police officer arrested on child pornography charges

By David Aaro

A Boynton Beach Police officer has been arrested by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on federal charges of possession of child pornography.

Johnny Depp Dior ad pulled amid 'cultural appropriation' outcry

By Caleb Parke

Johnny Depp, the face of Dior's new ad campaign for a cologne called "Sauvage," is being accused of "racism" and "cultural appropriation" against Native Americans.

Johnny Depp Dior ad pulled amid 'cultural appropriation' outcry

By Caleb Parke

Johnny Depp, the face of Dior's new ad campaign for a cologne called "Sauvage," is being accused of "racism" and "cultural appropriation" against Native Americans.

'Will & Grace' star Eric McCormack slammed after calling for blacklisting of Trump donors in Hollywood

By Joseph Wulfsohn

"Will & Grace" star Eric McCormack is drawing comparisons to Joseph McCarthy as he is calling for names of those in Hollywood who are attending an upcoming fundraiser for President Trump so that "the rest of us can be clear about who we don’t wanna work with."

'Will & Grace' star Eric McCormack slammed after calling for blacklisting of Trump donors in Hollywood

By Joseph Wulfsohn

"Will & Grace" star Eric McCormack is drawing comparisons to Joseph McCarthy as he is calling for names of those in Hollywood who are attending an upcoming fundraiser for President Trump so that "the rest of us can be clear about who we don’t wanna work with."

John Yoo: Comey IG report shows Trump didn't obstruct justice, he 'freed justice'

By Charles Creitz

The inspector general's report on ex-FBI Director James Comey showed President Trump didn't obstruct justice as some critics claim but instead "freed" it, according to former Deputy Assistant Attorney General John Yoo.

NYT's Bret Stephens ridiculed for WWII column with reference to 'bedbugs' insult

By Joseph Wulfsohn

New York Times columnist Bret Stephens was ridiculed on social media Friday for a column that contained a not-so-subtle reference to "bedbugs" following a spat with a college professor who jokingly called Stephens a bedbug on Twitter.

Trey Gowdy: 'I'm certainly not going to apologize' to Comey

By Charles Creitz

Former Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C. reacted Friday to a tweet from ex-FBI Director James Comey which said apologies from people who "defamed" him "would be nice."

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