The search engine, codenamed Dragonfly, was designed for Android devices, and would remove content deemed sensitive by China's ruling Communist Party regime, such as information about political dissidents, free speech, democracy, human rights, and peaceful protest.
A father took his 10 year old fishing. She fell in the water and drowned. It was a tragic accident – then he was charged with murder
With access to images of thousands of unknowing New Yorkers offered up by NYPD officials, IBM was creating new search features that allow other police departments to search camera footage for images of people by hair color, facial hair and skin tone.
The young newspaper reporter wanted to write a book about the war he was covering. But the editors who read his proposal turned it down, all of them. They said the book wouldn't sell because Americans were tired of reading about these violent foreigners and their centuries-old grudges.
A blistering letter from Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch calls a forthcoming search engine with blacklists "an alarming capitulation by Google on human rights."
Sprawling over 50 acres of a repurposed oilfield workers' camp, Dilley, as the center is colloquially known, has room for 2,400 detainees. It currently holds about 1,500 people — all mothers and their children, including babies.
In a recent debate aired on Radio Boston, Boston City Councilor Ayanna Pressley delivered an unusual mantra for her bid to unseat incumbent Rep. Michael Capuano, declaring that she would vote in a nearly identical way as her opponent. “We will vote the same way, but lead differently,” she said.
Mauricio Cappelli, with his thick Wisconsin accent, was deported to his birth country after learning as an adult that he did not have citizenship.
Inside a sleazy FBI sting involving diet clinics, fitness models, money laundering and a supposed plot to hire a hitman.
A Koch brothers-backed economist makes a $3 trillion error, but still finds that "Medicare for All" reduces costs and boosts wages.
Soldiers in Cameroonian military garb executed two women and two children. The Intercept is publishing a full video of the killing.
"I'm not against the US making progress, but not at the price of ruining our water. Water is the most precious thing we have."
Thousands of people pass by the buildings each day and rarely give them a second glance, because their function is not publicly known.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions dismissed domestic violence as a "private" crime — compounding his anti-immigrant stance with misogyny.
The New York Times' Rukmini Callimachi took thousands of ISIS files out of Iraq, reigniting a bitter dispute over the theft of Iraqi history.
Jahana Hayes stunned Connecticut's political establishment at this month's congressional convention. But the fight is far from over.
There is a largely hidden, poorly regulated, and highly profitable industry that breeds dogs for the sole purpose of often-torturous experimentation, after which the dogs are killed because they are no longer of use.
Citing professors, pediatricians and others, the Campaign for a Commercial Free Childhood says the listening device could stunt development and normalize surveillance.
A new report details the Los Angeles Police Department's use of algorithms to identify "hot spots" and "chronic offenders" and target them for surveillance.
Facebook still tells its 2 billion users very little about how it targets them for ads that represent essentially the whole of the company’s business. New research illuminates the likely reason why: The truth grosses people out.