'Utterly horrifying': ex-Facebook insider says covert data harvesting was routine.
Mark Zuckerberg summoned to UK parliament
White House acknowledges the U.S. is at war in seven countries
Nicolas Sarkozy has been taken into police custody over claims he received millions of euros in illegal election financing from the regime of the late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi. Detectives probing claims Mr Sarkozy's victorious 2007 election campaign received €50m cash payments from Libya.
Trump wildlife protection board stuffed with trophy hunters: new U.S. advisory board created to help rewrite federal rules for importing the heads and hides of African elephants, lions and rhinos is stacked with trophy hunters, including some members with direct ties to Trump’s family
World's last male northern white rhino dies
Warrant sought for Cambridge Analytica
Facebook has suspended the account of the whistleblower who exposed Cambridge Analytica
Both Facebook And Cambridge Analytica Threatened To Sue Journalists Over Stories On CA's Use Of Facebook Data
Japan is believed to be preparing to execute as many as 13 members of a doomsday cult in what could become the country’s biggest round of hangings in the past decade.
The Kremlin says U.S. President Donald Trump has called Russian President Vladimir Putin to congratulate him on re-election.
Revealed: Trump’s election consultants filmed saying they use bribes and sex workers to entrap politicians
MPs summon Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg to give evidence on 'catastrophic failures' over Cambridge Analytica data breach
School bomb hoaxes revealed to be part of Minecraft gamer feud - Smearing a rival's Minecraft server was the motive for 24,000 bomb hoax emails sent to schools in the UK.
Data scientist who worked with Cambridge Analytica offers to testify to Congress
Ringo Starr receives knighthood: 'I'll wear it at breakfast'
Zuckerberg's Fortune Falls $3.8 Billion Over Data Exploitation - Bloomberg
For the first time, over half of Japan's elderly now aged 75 or older: The graying of Japan has reached a new milestone, as a government estimate showed Tuesday that people aged 75 or older make up more than half of the country’s elderly population.
Scots 'Nazi dog' film maker found guilty of being grossly offensive online
Facebook security chief reportedly leaving company after clashes over Russian disinformation
Cambridge Analytica accused of stealing Facebook data: Warrant sought to inspect company after allegations it stole data from Facebook and used it to manipulate multiple political campaigns around the world
BBC presenters attempted suicide and suffered "irreparable damage" because of corporation's "horrific" handling of tax affairs...corporation has been accused by 21 workers, including prominent television and radio presenters, of forcing them to set up personal service companies or risk losing jobs.
German researchers have discovered unknown persons are using bitcoin’s blockchain to store and link to child abuse imagery, potentially putting the cryptocurrency in jeopardy...making possession of it potentially unlawful in many countries.
China's Xi Jinping warns Taiwan will face 'punishment of history' for separatism.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy in police custody
Trump Organization real estate partner in India accused of 'large-scale fraud'
Trump prepared to hit China with $60B in annual tariffs
Quebec town bans smoking on sidewalks and streets: The bylaw, passed Monday night in the Montreal suburb of Hampstead, bans smoking in all public places, in what is believed to be a first in Canada.
Russian presidential vote tainted by reports of ballot-box stuffing
39 Indian hostages held by ISIL killed in Mosul: foreign minister
The Facebook exec who helped hunt down Russia’s political ads is leaving the company
YouTube comedian Count Dankula convicted over 'grossly offensive' Nazi salute dog video
Former French president Sarkozy questioned in custody over allegations of campaign financing by Libya’s Gaddafi
Model jumps from 6th floor of Dubai hotel 'to escape US businessman'
Britain labels Moscow’s nerve agent denials ‘increasingly absurd’
Pressure mounts on Zuckerberg to face data breach concerns - BBC News
Oil-Rich Saudi Arabia Is Turning to Nuclear Power
France may have broken international law by providing weapons and technical help to Saudi Arabia and the UAE which are fighting Huthi rebels in Yemen, a report commissioned by rights groups said Tuesday
MH17 crash: Ukraine pilot blamed by Russia 'kills himself'
Climate change will result in massive movement of people inside countries and across borders, creating “hotspots” where tens of millions pour into already crowded slums, according to World Bank. 140m people in three regions expected to migrate before 2050 unless environment is improved.
This is the phase where they poop in the pool and then complain about how insincere everyone was about being friends.
Keep him, lock him up somewhere, say he defected and they’re hiding him for his safety.
Winter Olympics 2018: North Korea's General Kim Yong-chol to attend