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Yellowstone Investigating Illegal Drone Photo Taken in Park

Yellowstone Investigating Illegal Drone Photo Taken in Park

Nov 19
Yellowstone National Park officials say they're investigating after a photo was posted online showing one of the park's geothermal features from a drone, which is illegal.

Iraqi War Victims Turn to Social Media to Find Medical Help

Iraqi War Victims Turn to Social Media to Find Medical Help

By Sinan Salaheddin | Nov 19
Emotional videos and photographs of Iraqis with war wounds and disabilities have overwhelmed social media platforms, mainly Facebook, widely used in Iraq.

How to Get PrEP Without Ever Leaving Your Home

How to Get PrEP Without Ever Leaving Your Home

Nov 19
Consumer healthcare company Nurx lets you complete all of the testing required before initiating PrEP from the comfort and convenience of your own home.

Democrats Gear Up for More Digital Spending in 2020

Democrats Gear Up for More Digital Spending in 2020

By Brian Slodysko | Nov 19
One of the largest outside Democratic groups says ramped-up spending on digital advertising played a key role in midterm battleground races, offering a lesson for potential presidential contenders in 2020.

NASA Accepts Delivery of European Powerhouse for Moonship

NASA Accepts Delivery of European Powerhouse for Moonship

By Marcia Dunn | Nov 18
NASA has accepted delivery of a key European part needed to power the world's next-generation moonship.

Suspected Russian Hackers Impersonate State Department Aide

Suspected Russian Hackers Impersonate State Department Aide

By Matthew Pennington | Nov 18
U.S. cybersecurity experts say hackers impersonating a State Department official have targeted U.S. government agencies, businesses and think tanks in an attack that bears similarity to past campaigns linked to Russia.

Facebook Says It's Better At Detecting Rule Violations

Facebook Says It's Better At Detecting Rule Violations

By Barbara Ortutay | Nov 17
Facebook said it's making progress on detecting hate speech, graphic violence and other violations of its rules, even before users see and report them.

WikiLeaks Chief Could See Charges, U.S. Court Filing Suggests

WikiLeaks Chief Could See Charges, U.S. Court Filing Suggests

By Eric Tucker | Nov 17
The Justice Department inadvertently named Julian Assange in a court filing in an unrelated case, suggesting prosecutors have prepared charges against the WikiLeaks founder under seal.

Social Media Eases Worries for Migrants, Families Back Home

Social Media Eases Worries for Migrants, Families Back Home

By Maria Verza | Nov 17
Years ago the migration trail north could be something of a black box. People might set out and not be heard from again until months later. Technology has changed that.

JFK Twitter Account Aims to Show President's Words 'Count'

JFK Twitter Account Aims to Show President's Words 'Count'

By Steve LeBlanc | Nov 16
Former President John F. Kennedy helped inspire a nation to land a man on the moon — but he never got the chance to tweet about it. That's changing.

Japan's Minister of Cybersecurity Has Never Used Computer

Japan's Minister of Cybersecurity Has Never Used Computer

By Yuri Kageyama | Nov 16
Japan's minister in charge of cybersecurity is in the spotlight for acknowledging he has never used a computer and making comments showing he has no idea what a USB port might be.

Apple Signs Multiyear Deal with Film Studio A24

Apple Signs Multiyear Deal with Film Studio A24

By Jake Coyle | Nov 16
Apple has signed a multiyear film production deal with A24, the acclaimed New York-based studio behind "Moonlight" and "Lady Bird."

WikiLeaks Chief Could See Charges, US Court Filing Suggests

WikiLeaks Chief Could See Charges, US Court Filing Suggests

By Erick Tucker | Nov 16
The Justice Department inadvertently named Julian Assange in a court filing in an unrelated case that suggests prosecutors have prepared charges against the WikiLeaks founder under seal.

The Hidden Toll of American Drones in Yemen: Civilian Deaths

The Hidden Toll of American Drones in Yemen: Civilian Deaths

By Maggie Michael and Maad Al-Zikry | Nov 15
The United States has waged a drone war in Yemen for 16 years, trying to suppress al-Qaida's branch here. But the campaign has had a hidden cost: Civilians cut down by the drones' missiles.

Pocket Money Apps Aim to Help Kids in Cashless World

Pocket Money Apps Aim to Help Kids in Cashless World

By Kelvin Chan | Nov 15
The apps are making inroads amid growing adult uncertainty about how the shift to cashless payments is affecting children's view of money.

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