A police investigation has been launched after a video on social media appeared to show a car being driven on the wrong side of the road outside an RAF base near where teenager Harry Dunn was killed. police
The Washington Post dropped a bombshell on Tuesday with its late-breaking story about a Swiss encryption company, Crypto AG, that was jointly-owned by the CIA and the BND, West Germany’s intelligence The
Trump says he will not pardon jailed associate Stone ‘yet’ The US attorney general, William Barr, has agreed to testify to Congress over alleged political interference at the justice department. This several
In early January, the FBI asked Apple to unlock two iPhones as part of the Pensacola case. Apple stood its ground and said it wouldn’t create a backdoor for iOS but would help as much as it could without
I will not have it recorded in my history that I sold Jerusalem Mahmoud Abbas The Palestinian Authority has cut all ties with the US and Israel, including those relating to security, after rejecting a
Trump released an image of a hero U.S. military dog while also contemplating the declassification of video of the raid that killed the Islamic State leader, the U.S. House set a Thursday vote to vote on a resolution laying out next impeachment steps, and the E.U. approved a Brexit extension to January 31. Plus, California wildfires spread to Los Angeles, Texas police arrested the alleged shooter at a college party, and Apple released new details about its AirPods Pro. Catch up on these and more of today's top headlines.
Six trade and marketing organizations this morning published an open letter to Apple asking the company to "rethink" plans to launch new versions of Safari in iOS and macOS that block cross-site tracking,