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Uber drivers will have to provide a ‘clear, well-lit’ selfie in order to pick up passengers as part of new safety feature

Uber drivers in the city are being asked to take selfies for safety.<p>Before an Uber car in New York can hit the road, the app will request that a …

Transportation

It costs $5M to keep Zuckerberg safe, and four other things we learned from Facebook

Facebook's history is already the stuff of Silicon Valley legend: CEO Mark Zuckerberg dropped out of Harvard soon after launching the social network, which became one of the world's most influential companies less than a decade later.<p>On Wednesday, we learned more details about Facebook, including …

Jessica Alba's Honest Company Sued Over Baby Food Ingredients

<i>This story has been updated with The Honest Company’s response</i>.<p>Jessica Alba’s The Honest Company is being taken to court over claims that its organic …

This Major Health Insurer Is Sticking With Obamacare

Health insurer Anthem (antm) on Wednesday said the Obamacare individual insurance exchanges are not as profitable as it originally expected, but it …

Body found in conference room on Apple campus in California

• Sheriff’s spokeswoman called death an ‘isolated incident’<br>• Male employee found with ‘head wound’ and a gun nearby, reports say<p>A body was found in a conference room on the Apple campus in Cupertino, California on Wednesday, according to the local sheriff’s office.<p>A person was found unresponsive after …

Verizon: Sabotage incidents soar as workers strike

Cord-cutting has been taken to a new extreme at Verizon -- and the company is suggesting striking workers are to blame.<p>Verizon (VZ) said Wednesday it is investigating 57 instances of network sabotage and other criminal activity during the two weeks since 36,000 workers walked off the job.<p>In a …

China's push for driverless cars accelerates

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/business/1240000/1240103_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524671817_20609e6c0abfb76cd76a8405a1b823fe<p><b>In the race for driverless car technology, Chinese companies are taking big strides competing with the likes of Google and Tesla.</b><p>With the Beijing …

Facebook has added a paid security detail for Sheryl Sandberg

This is the first time a security detail for Sandberg has been reported.<p>According to the company's latest annual proxy statement, filed on Wednesday, Sandberg made $715,385 in base salary, a $1,265,193 bonus, $15,465,667 in stock awards, and $1,252,724 in "all other compensation," for a total pay …

Donald Trump: Halting radical Islam must be US priority

Presidential frontrunner Donald Trump has said halting the spread of Islamic extremism would be a priority of his administration if he is elected president.<p>"Containing the spread of radical Islam must be a major foreign policy goal of the United States and indeed, the world," Trump said in a …

TSA official says he was instructed to racially profile Somali-Americans

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> A Transportation Security Administration employee alleged in testimony before Congress Wednesday that he was instructed to racially profile Somali-Americans.<p>Andrew Rhoades, the current TSA assistant federal security director at Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport, told …

JetBlue pilot charged with flying drunk from Orlando to New York

(Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors have charged a JetBlue pilot with flying while drunk from Orlando to New York last year with 151 passengers on board, officials said on Wednesday.<p>Dennis Thomas Murphy Jr. was arrested and arraigned in a federal court in New York City on a charge of operating a …

Airports

NASA and NCAR map Zika's potential spread in the U.S.

<b>(CNN) —</b> Houston, we have a problem. It's a Zika-carrying mosquito.<p>OK, nobody in space is saying that. But it is true that NASA scientists helped the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) create a map to better target future search-and-destroy missions for the deadliest animal on the …

Public Health