The US Supreme Court said Tuesday that part of a federal law that makes it easier to deport immigrants who have been convicted of crimes is too vague to be enforced in a decision that could limit the Trump administration’s ability to step up the removal of immigrants with criminal records.
Legal experts try to chalk out responsibility as Uber autonomous car accident raises questions about accountability
Any litigation that arises from the accident could pit the ride-hailing service against technology suppliers and the vehicle’s manufacturer.
Anti-H1B posters plastered in the heart of Silicon Valley's train network right before visa-filing season starts in US
Anti-H1B posters have been plastered in prominent Bay Area Rapid Transport (BART) train stations in the middle of the new H1B filing season which opens 2 April.
Pinterest appoints former Alphabet executive, Francoise Brougher as chief operating officer with initial public offering in sight
Pinterest has more than 200 million monthly active users worldwide collecting and pinning photos related to cooking, designing, travel and other interests on its website.
Khosrowshahi has pledged to make a clean break with past practices that resulted in a litany of regulatory problems, driver and consumer scandals.
A naturalised American from India has been stripped of his US citizenship, the first case under the Donald Trump government.
Donald Trump's account will not be banned because accounts of world leaders have special status, says Twitter
Twitter had already said that “newsworthiness” and whether a tweet is “of public interest” are among the factors it considers before removing an account.
California welcomes new year with legalised marijuana; customers stand all night in the cold to avail freebies, offers
California voters in 2016 made it legal for adults 21 and older to grow/sell/use marijuana, but it wasn't legal to sell it for recreational purposes until Monday.
Coinbase to investigate accusations of insider trading after a sharp increase in bitcoin cash price hours before official support was announced
Trading in bitcoin cash will be suspended until 1200 ET (1700 GMT) Wednesday, a Coinbase status page showed.
Mayor Ed Lee, who oversaw a technology-driven economic boom in San Francisco that brought with it sky-high housing prices despite his commitment to economic equality, died suddenly early Tuesday at age 65
California wildfires: Thomas fire scorches 70,000 hectares, new evacuations ordered as fire threatens other cities
A fierce wildfire raged on north of Los Angeles, threatening other towns after already charring vast swaths of land, but other blazes were largely contained
President Donald Trump has said US cities should be "sanctuaries" for Americans not for criminal "aliens", a week after a US court acquitted a Mexican immigrant accused of fatally shooting an American woman.
Southern California wildfires: Thousands of firefighters battle raging fires; nearly 700 structures charred
Thousands of firefighters battled raging wildfires in California that have forced hundreds of thousands of people to flee the Los Angeles area
North Korea's unannounced missile tests raises flight safety concerns after Cathay Pacific crew's experience
A North Korean ballistic missile was seen by the crew of several airliners last week, aviation authorities said on Wednesday, raising concerns about the threat to civilian flights posed by Pyongyang's unannounced tests.
San Francisco-based Uber said that it had learned recently that personal information from about Uber 57 million accounts had been stolen in 2016.
Niantic Labs is planning to launch a Harry Potter AR game in 2018; to allow you to caste spells in real world
The report also points out that Niantic Labs is co-developing ‘Harry Potter: Wizards Unite’ with Warner Bros. Interactive and Portkey Games.
Wildfires whipped by powerful winds swept through Northern California in US, killing at least 35 people and forcing 25,000 people to evacuate
The toll from the devastating wildfire raging across the the US state of California has risen to 29
Wildfires whipped by powerful winds swept through Northern California in US, killing at least 15 people, destroying more than 1,500 homes and businesses
Fast-moving wildfires still raging across Northern California’s wine country had killed 15 people, left some 150 missing and destroyed 1,500 homes, wineries and other structures