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Feb 05, 2018
Devin Nunes Memo: All you need to know about document that 'vindicates' Donald Trump in Russia probeA four-page memo penned by a Republican lawmaker Devin Nunes has targetted the premier agency for allegedly witch-hunting the Republicans.
Jan 31, 2018
US Justice Department investigating if Apple violated securities laws after admitting to slowing down iPhonesApple admitted in December that iPhone software could slow down some phones with battery problems.
Jan 10, 2018
US judge blocks Donald Trump's decision to end DACA programme for young immigrantsA federal judge on Tuesday night temporarily blocked the Trump administration's decision to end a programme protecting young immigrants from deportation.
Jan 03, 2018
Donald Trump's week on Twitter: US president slammed Pakistan, Palestine, took credit for absence of plane crashesAfter returning from his New Year's vacation, Donald Trump took stock of his first year as president. Upon sober reflection, he decided it was time to hunker down. Roll up his sleeves and get to work. To dispense with the 4 am bathroom brain farts he calls tweets and turn over a new leaf. To bring dignity and gravitas back to the Oval Office. Just kidding.
Dec 01, 2017
Uber attorney testifies in court; says board and former CEO knew of evidence being withheld from Waymo caseThe letter from former Uber security analyst Richard Jacobs alleges Uber trained employees to steal trade secrets and hide their activities.
Nov 29, 2017
Uber holds back evidence, claiming its employees were trained in stealing data, in a lawsuit filed by WaymoWaymo has estimated damages in the case at about $1.9 billion and wants to curtail Uber’s self-driving car program, which Waymo says uses its technology.
Oct 31, 2017
Underground hacker forum gets hacked; hackers demand $50,000 in ransomAccording to other text included in the ransom demand, the hacker also appeared to have carried out the hack out of revenge.
Sep 27, 2017
Departing Equifax CEO Richard Smith forgoes bonus after criticism mounts over massive data breachSmith’s departure is the latest development after Equifax’s 7 Sep. disclosure of the breach prompted investigations by multiple federal and state agencies.
Sep 03, 2017
No evidence Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower, says US justice departmentWashington: The US justice department has confirmed there is no evidence to back up President Donald Trump's claim that his predecessor Barack Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the 2016 election campaign.
Sep 01, 2017
Donald Trump's travel ban: People denied entry to US under initial order free to reapply for visasAccording to the settlement, all of those people who were denied entry but had proper documentation can now reapply for visas to enter the US