The top U.S. voting machine vendor admitted earlier this year to having installed remote-access software containing a key security flaw on election-management systems during a six-year time period, leaving those systems vulnerable to cyberattacks, Motherboard reported.
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Live-streaming app LiveMe has deleted 600,000 accounts of children under age 13 in the last 60 days amid media reports that pedophiles were using the service to exploit underage users.
Tehran has filed a complaint against the US in the International Court of Justice over President Donald Trump’s move to re-impose sanctions on the Islamic Republic after unilaterally ditching the ‘nuclear deal’.
Teachers in New Zealand will strike for the first time in 24 years.
Creeping marketization has created perverse incentives for researchers — threatening the wholesale corruption of science itself.
Two departments of the US federal government may have spent as much as $21 trillion they can’t account for between 1998 and 2015, a professor at Michigan State University has found.
Farmers are dying by suicide at a higher rate than any other occupational group in the United States, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Canada is the second country in the world to legalize marijuana for recreational use, behind Uruguay.
“I’m a father, I’m a veteran and I’m an anarchist. Those are three people you don’t want to piss off.”
Fifty years after Martin Luther King called for a march to Washington, D.C., to draw attention to poverty in America, the Poor People’s Campaign is being revived. Led by the Rev. William Barber, marches from across the nation will again head to the nation’s capital on June 23.