World March 10, 2016 / 12:02 PM GMT / Updated March 10, 2016 / 3:54 PM GMT By Ammar Cheikh Omar, Richard Engel and Ben Plesser The 23-question form looks like a standard job application — save for the
Ruling is a coup for the social network, which has argued its real-name policy ensures people know who they are sharing with and protects them from abuse Facebook may prevent its users from using fake
He won South Carolina and looks like a safe bet in Nevada. Does anything stand between him and the nomination? 10 political experts weigh in. Donald Trump ran away with South Carolina on Saturday night.
When you’ve raised nearly $300,000 on IndieGogo and make claims that you’re the “world’s best ergonomic mechanical keyboard” you’re setting the bar pretty high. When you’re selling an item for $295 that
(CNN) — Bill Cosby has sued the woman whose 2004 sexual assault accusations formed the basis for recent charges against him, alleging she violated a decade-old civil settlement in part by cooperating a
Parents in Illinois are outraged after students in Chatham-Glenwood high school’s choir decided to perform the theme song from the film Selma at its upcoming concert. The song, Glory, was featured in 2014
That's a lot of computers and mobile gadgets. Apple's device sales weren't stellar as 2015 wound to a close, but it did cross an important milestone: it now has 1 billion active devices. The figure includes
It’s about durability . . . and discretion. From Ocean’s Eleven to Beverly Hills Cop II, heist stories are usually meticulously choreographed, and often hinge on the smallest details. For example, thieves