It’s been more than a week since hundreds of people got swept up in an ICE raid in Mississippi. Many have been released but others continue in detention waiting to find out what the future hold in store for them and their children, many of whom are U.S.-born. Lorraine Caceres has the story.
Doctors are trying to figure out why so many young people are rushing to the emergency room. They all have similar mysterious symptoms and they were all vaping before they became sick. Claudia Uceda h ... Read more
An unusual coffee creation in South Florida is combining Cuban coffee with the potential health benefits of CBD, the non-psychoactive compound found in marijuana. Axel Turcios went to the roaster to f ... Read more
People are hyper-vigilant these days about protecting their personal information, all the little details about themselves that can lead to stalking or harassment online. But there’s one mistake they’r ... Read more
Motorola is now linked to a new phone called the One Zoom. The latter part of this name may stem from its quad cameras with a 48MP main sensor. Prominent leakers also assert that it will have a light- ... Read more
On Linux and/or macOS, how can I check if a device is vulnerable to a Key Negotiation of Bluetooth (KNOB) Attack ? And if a device is vulnerable, is there something I can do to mitigate the danger? Read more
August 17, 2019 4:46 AM GENEVA (AFP) - Japan insisted Friday (Aug 16) it no longer hunts endangered sei whales in international waters, but faced accusations of still violating a wildlife treaty by al ... Read more
Amazon defeated an IRS appeal Friday, as a three-judge Ninth Circuit panel unanimously upheld a U.S. Tax Court ruling that favored the online retailer’s valuation of intangible assets transferred to a ... Read more