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Jackson ‘plagued with stress’ in final days
The King of Pop’s former bodyguard claims stress over child sex accusations was responsible for his death.
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Amazon is watching, listening and tracking you. Here's how to stop it
Tech columnist Kim Komando shows you the settings you need to change on Amazon settings to safeguard your privacy. Kim Komando, for USA TODAY
Shocking image of drowned man and daughter underscores grim reality of migrant crisis
The toddler’s arm was still draped around her father’s neck after bodies were found in the Rio Grande as they sought asylum
Europe ‘in hell’ as temperatures soar
A record-breaking heatwave has swept across Europe, “disintegrating” parts of Germany’s famous autobahn and causing chaos.
‘She’s Not My Type’: Accused Again of Sexual Assault, Trump Resorts to Old Insult
E. Jean Carroll, a columnist for Elle magazine, said in a CNN interview on Monday that she fought back when Donald Trump sexually assaulted her in a Bergdorf Goodman fitting room.
Bill Gates claims his ‘greatest mistake’ was not beating Android
The fate of Microsoft's mobile efforts still bothers the company's founder.
Trump Imposes New Economic Sanctions on Iran
The imposition of more sanctions could provoke further actions by Iran to add to the crisis that has unfolded since early May in the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman, analysts say.
Trump: If it was up to John Bolton we’d be fighting WHOLE WORLD at once
Donald Trump has confirmed that his top foreign policy adviser wants to embroil the US in multiple international conflicts. But the US president insists he retains final say on whether American missiles are to fly into Iran.
Inside Keanu Reeves’ tragic life
Keanu Reeves has been a Hollywood star for more than three decades, but his personal life has largely been a mystery — and tragedy.
Google Chrome has become surveillance software. It’s time to switch.
Our latest privacy experiment found Chrome ushered more than 11,000 tracker cookies into our browser — in a single week. Here’s why Firefox is better.
Trump Scrapped Iran Strikes Because They Weren't `Proportionate'
Airlines Avoid Strait of Hormuz After Iran-U.S. Tensions Escalate
Donald Trump 'cancelled Iran strikes with planes in the air'
Military operation reportedly called off, as Democrats warn US could ‘bumble into’ war
US drone: Trump says Iran made a 'very bad mistake'
Iran "made a very big mistake" in shooting down a US military surveillance drone over the Strait of Hormuz, President Donald Trump says.
Iran ‘ready for war’ as tensions escalate
Tehran said it had sent “a clear message” to the US by shooting down its drone, as the stand-off worsens following last week’s tanker attacks.
David Ortiz was not the intended target in shooting, Dominican Republic attorney general says
On Tuesday, Ortiz’s wife, Tiffany, said that her husband’s condition had been upgraded to good.
Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates belong to an exclusive club of people worth over $100 billion, and it just got its 3rd member
This means he joins Jeff Bezos and Bill Gates as the third person in the elite $100 billion club.
Mike Pompeo urges other countries to help protect tankers after Gulf attacks
Secretary of state says shipping security was not exclusively a US problem and stresses that Trump does not want war with Iran
Libra: Facebook launches cryptocurrency in bid to shake up global finance
Digital currency will let billions of users make transactions but is raising privacy concerns
Why are US tourists dying in Dominican Republic?
A New Jersey man has become at least the eighth US tourist to die in the Dominican Republic in a string of deaths the FBI is investigating.
BARBARIC PRACTICES: China’s ‘forced organ harvesting’ on huge scale
China is forcibly harvesting the organs of tens of thousands of political prisoners to operate a rapidly growing medical black market worth $1 billion a year, a tribunal has found.
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