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China's ByteDance is moving to separate its TikTok app from Chinese operations amid U.S. probe
ByteDance has stepped up efforts to separate its social media app TikTok from much of its Chinese operations.
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How to Watch the Trump Impeachment Hearings Today on YouTube, Facebook, and More
The impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump start today in Washington, D.C. at 10 am ET/ 7 am PT. And even if you’re not near a TV, you can watch it all unfold on YouTube, Facebook,
Reuters’ Parent Company Has Made Millions off Its Work for ICE
Thomson Reuters provides the federal agency with “real-time jail booking data to support the identification and location of aliens,” among other services.
Medics treating German minister Altmaier after he falls from stage
BERLIN (Reuters) - Medics were in attendance after German Economy Minister Peter Altmaier fell from the stage at a conference in Dortmund on Tuesday, a Reuters witness said.
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Waymo begins offering robot-taxi trips sans safety driver in Phoenix
Waymo is now offering limited "rider-only" trips in Phoenix, Arizona, as it looks beyond the robo-taxis business to generate future revenue.
Reuters: Immigration Enforcement Fattens Wages of American Workers
Oil companies in New Mexico are raising more Americans' wages because President Donald Trump has tightened immigration enforcement, says a complaint from Reuters news service.
One of India’s largest coal mines is flooded, spelling more bad news for domestic output
Dipka mine accounts for 5% of Coal India's output.
Trump Completely Loses His Mind At Press Conference With Finland's President
Donald Trump had an absolutely bananas press conference on Wednesday afternoon. Oh, and the President of Finland was there too, watching in abject horror, as the President* had a real time meltdown on
Watch the DNI Testify About the Whistleblower Complaint Against President Trump on YouTube, Facebook, and More
Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire will testify to the House Intelligence Committee this morning at 9:00 a.m. ET / 6:00 a.m. PT about the whistleblower complaint that President
Hyundai and Aptiv form $4 billion pact to build self-driving cars
Hyundai Motor Group will invest $1.6 billion in a joint venture to develop self-driving vehicle technologies with startup Aptiv.
China’s humorously lamenting the price of pork through TikTok videos
The world's largest pork consumer can't afford to eat pork.
Hong Kong Chief Confirms Audio of Her Wanting to Resign Is Real, China Calls Audio ‘Fake’
The Chinese propaganda newspaper Global Times published a stunning article Tuesday that quotes Hong Kong chief executive confirming the legitimacy of audio published by Reuters in which she says she
Hong Kong’s leader told businesses what she’s done to the city is “unforgivable”
Leaked audio published by Reuters show a beleaguered Carrie Lam stuck in a job she doesn't want.
Google kills service for carriers that mapped coverage and performance with anonymous user data
Back in April, Google silently shut down its "Mobile Network Insights" service, which provided carriers with data about network performance in different locations as provided by Android handsets.
Broadcom acquires Symantec’s enterprise division for $10.7 billion
Chipmaker Broadcom said it will buy antivirus software maker Symantec's enterprise security unit for $10.7 billion in cash.
The world’s largest tobacco company’s anti-smoking campaign relies on smokers
Unsmoke campaigns to get people to quit smoking—but also encourages them to switch to non-cigarette alternatives.
How to Watch Robert Mueller Testify About President Trump's Crimes Today on YouTube, Facebook, and More
Former special counsel Robert Mueller will testify on Capitol Hill today about the investigation into various crimes that President Donald Trump committed against the United States. And if you want to
The Donald Trump administration is posing a severe threat to Indian H-1B aspirants
All because of the trade war.
A 200-year-old British consumer goods giant is banking on an Indian for growth
The FMCG industry is going through tumultuous times.
China blocks CNN’s website and Reuters stories about Tiananmen Square
CNN’s website is currently blocked in mainland China, after it published a story about today’s 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre as one of its top headlines. The site is usually