As you've no doubt heard by now, Wells Fargo recently received a $100 million penalty from the Consumer Financial Bureau, in response to illegal banking practices of its employees. This brought the bank's
Employees in fields such as customer service and transportation face a ‘disruptive tidal wave’ of automation in the not-too-distant future By 2021, robots will have eliminated 6% of all jobs in the US,
Google's AI can dream up its own surreal images and beat a human champion at the ancient game of Go. Now it can realistically mimic human speech, including the nonspeech sounds the mouth and respiratory
Canada's second-largest police force has become yet another squad embroiled in allegations of sexual misconduct and alleged criminality, as four officers find themselves on the opposite side of the law.
How many people really use the archive button in Gmail? Sure, there are productivity experts who advocate archiving or deleting emails through the day to reach the fabled "inbox zero," but most people
A Central Valley man who shot his wife to death last year during a crowded family barbecue has been sentenced to 50 years to life in prison. The Merced Sun-Star reported a jury in June convicted Crisanto
Too fast for anyone to handle. The crazy thing about the twincharged four-cylinder in the Lancia Delta S4 is not that it makes 550 horsepower, but that it makes 550 horsepower in a mild state of tune.
It is certainly not the first time George W Bush has shown the world some dance moves. But the former president has raised eyebrows for moving to the music during a hymn at a memorial service on Tuesday
What does it mean to be middle class in America? Nearly a century ago, in Detroit — which was then the burning core of the country's middle class — the answer might have looked like a hot dog: a Detroit
Picture your perfect day. You wake up early. The sun is shining. Everything goes your way during your morning routine as you get off to work, where you arrive a few minutes before everyone else. You avoid
All you need is your index finger and then wait and watch it happen. Thanks to technology, there are many things people can achieve with the push of a button: Like jetting up several floors on an elevator
Right when Steve Spielberg's rendition of Roald Dahl's classic The BFG hit the screens here on Earth without the expected impact, NASA's probe Juno, in a spectacular performance, entered orbit around stormy
Robert F. Kennedy is often remembered as a liberal icon who worked to heal racial strife, decrease poverty and end the war in Vietnam. But biographer Larry Tye says the New York senator was actually a