Here's What We Know About Jeffrey Epstein's Final Hours
The jail where he was held is reportedly severely understaffed, and his cell wasn't checked every half hour like it was meant to be.
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Facebook Said It Wasn't Listening to Your Conversations. It Was.
Facebook's excuse? All the other tech companies were doing it, too.
A$AP Rocky Found Guilty of Assault in Sweden but Avoids Jail
A$AP Rocky and two members of his entourage were found guilty of assault but given suspended sentences.
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China Just Labeled The Hong Kong Protesters As “Terrorists”
It's stoking fears of a Chinese military intervention, as the protests rage on and troops gather on the border.
Your Amazon Alexa Might Have Been Made by Overworked Chinese Schoolchildren
A new report says many employees at one Foxconn factory are children who are forced to work long hours when large orders come in.
Apple Will Give You $1 Million to Hack an iPhone
It's the biggest prize Apple has ever offered, and a sign of how much the iPhone's software vulnerabilities are worth on the black market.
“No One Really Knew Him”: Everything We Know About the El Paso Mass Shooting Suspect
A manifesto thought to be written by the suspect said his attack "is a response to the Hispanic invasion of Texas."
Facebook Just Paid a $5 Billion Fine for Privacy Breaches. Now it Wants Access to Your Brain.
Facebook is building a headset that can monitor, read and translate your brainwaves and allow users to type just by thinking.
A$AP Rocky Pleads Not Guilty as Assault Case Begins in Sweden
President Trump's favorite rapper will take the stand Tuesday afternoon.
Gunman Kills 3, Including 6-Year-Old Boy, at California Food Festival
12 people were wounded, including the boy's mother and grandmother.
Kim Jong Un Released Pictures of the “Super Powerful” Missiles He Fired as a “Solemn Warning”
South Korea officials believe they were similar to Russia’s Iskander missiles, which fly close to the ground before dropping at a 90-degree angle on their targets to avoid being intercepted.
China Says it's Ready for War if the U.S. Keeps Pushing for Taiwanese Independence
Beijing is accusing the U.S., which recently approved a $2.2 billion arms sale to Taiwan, of destabilizing the region.