Some private companies are turning their attention to the need for clean drinking water by inventing machines that can literally extract water out of thin air.
Venezuela faces dangerous destabilization with the US and its allies having recognized opposition figure Juan Guaido as “interim president” and declaring actual Venezuelan president Nicolas Maduro no longer legitimate.
‘Right to repair’ legislation aims to alleviate waste and make products easier to fix.
It goes far beyond the Hollywood soundstages and government entertainment liaison offices.
Fortify Rights is one of several fronts posing as nongovernmental organisations (NGOs) operating across Asia.
US cyber-security experts have blamed Russia for meddling in American elections since 2016. Now it has emerged that authors of a Senate report on ‘Russian’ meddling actually ran a “false flag” meddling operation themselves.
A highly original documentary project reveals how a couple of Beverly Hills billionaires “are willing to risk war in Iran and the Middle East — all in order to boost and protect their lucrative pistachio business.
A new study published in the peer-reviewed journal Nature Climate Change finds that if Bitcoin is implemented at similar rates at which other technologies have been incorporated, it alone could produce enough emissions to raise global temperatures by 2°C as soon as 2033.
Donald Daters, a new app seeking to “make American date again” and address the needs of alienated young Trump supporters, has reportedly leaked private user data immediately after the launch.
Some of the so-called “suspected terrorists” on the government’s “No Fly List” have been banned from boarding a plane for the past 8 years and counting — though they’ve never been charged with any crime.
The Trump administration has promptly filed a lawsuit against California following Gov. Jerry Brown’s signing of SB 822, which restored net neutrality protections repealed by the FCC last December.
Attempts to use the US Navy to block Russia’s trade would amount to a declaration of war, a high-ranking senator commented on the US internal secretary’s suggestion of impeding Russia’s energy trade through a maritime blockade.
The New York Times is seeking evidence of Russian interference during a debate on placing restrictions on the internet in the US. It’s alleged a public commenting system was invaded by hackers.
Planet on brink of ‘tipping point’ as thawing soil and sediment releases large volumes of carbon dioxide and methane into atmosphere.
The video-sharing giant took down four Syrian state-run YouTube channels, including two channels belonging to state media and the official account of the Syrian presidency, amid escalating tensions in the militant-held province of Idlib and repeated warnings by the Russian military that the White Helmets were planning a new false flag chemical attack.