Here are today’s top stories.
When Katlin Hurley faced her rapist in court and prevailed, she discovered that no amount of time he serves will make up for what she’s lost.
Daily Mail: Leaked cables show British ambassador saying Trump abandoned Iran deal in act of ‘diplomatic vandalism’ to spite Obama
Kim Darroch, the former United Kingdom ambassador to the United States, said the Trump administration was “set upon an act of diplomatic vandalism” in its decision to abandon the Iran nuclear deal, the Daily Mail reported Saturday, citing leaked cables.
The YouTube personality, known for her listicle videos on sex, relationships, love, gender and life, died in an accident, according to an announcement made on her of official Instagram account.
Secret, a sponsor of the US Women’s National Soccer team, is now supporting its members’ fight for pay equity as well.
Boris Johnson the liberal metropolitan or the post-Brexit populist? UK has no idea which leader it’ll get
Boris Johnson’s sister once said that as a child, he wanted to be “World King” when he grew up.
Written by Oscar Holland, CNN A flight manual from the Apollo 11 lunar module could fetch up to $9 million when it goes on sale next week as part of an auction marking the moon landing’ s 50th anniversary.
US sanctions have forced a leading purchaser of Iranian crude exports to buy more oil from Saudi Arabia and the United States.
What would happen if the hands of time were turned back to an arbitrary point in our evolutionary history and we restarted the clock? American palaeontologist Stephen Jay Gould proposed this famous thought experiment in the late 1980s – and it still grips the imagination of evolutionary biologists today.
The head of a Burundian militia accused of atrocities has been named to lead the state broadcaster, RTNB, sparking condemnation by human rights groups. Human Rights Watch said the appointment of Eric Nshimirimana was “a blow to all victims of abuse perpetrated by the Imbonerakure, as well as freedom of the press in Burundi”.
Following 24 years in an abusive marriage, Claudine Shoval took up weight training to gain strength and banish fear. This led to her becoming a bodybuilding champion for ten years and redefining her life. Video by Shira Pinson
US regulators have approved a record $5bn (£4bn) fine on Facebook to settle an investigation into data privacy violations, reports in US media say. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has been investigating allegations that political consultancy Cambridge Analytica improperly obtained the data of up to 87 million Facebook users.
An artificial intelligence bot, created by researchers at Facebook and Carnegie Mellon, can beat human poker professionals in a six-player, no-limit Hold’em game, Facebook announced Thursday. Pluribus, as the AI bot is called, has “decisively” won against a number of pros, including two World Series of Poker Main Event winners.
Elon Musk is CEO of so many companies, it’s hard to keep track. So if you forgot about Neuralink, we won’t hold it against you. The secretive AI company, whose ultimate goal is to meld human mind with machine, was profiled in an (excruciatingly) detailed report by WaitButWhy’s Tim Urban in April 2017, and after that it was two years of (mostly) nothing.
In today’s special tennis-themed edition of “Are men OK, really?” we have a poll in which a number of men greater than zero think they could score a point against Serena Williams in a game of tennis. One in eight, to be specific.
Keeping your cryptocurrency at exchanges, unless you absolutely must do so, still isn’t prudent. New proof of that comes from Japan, where cryptocurrency exchange Bitpoint has been hacked to the tune of $32 million, CoinDesk reports.
Straight out of a James Bond movie.
Point Blank has way more going for it than it has any right to. A remake of the 2010 French film of the same name, this action flick features the talents of top-tier actors Anthony Mackie, Frank Grillo, Marcia Gay Harden, Teyonah Parris, and Boris McGiver.