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Huawei Q1 Revenues Up 40% As It Ignores CIA Allegations And Targets Samsung

Huawei was outed this week by CIA intelligence for allegedly receiving "funding from branches of Beijing’s state security apparatus... American intelligence shown to Britain says that Huawei has taken money from the People’s Liberation Army, China’s National Security Commission and a third branch of the Chinese state intelligence network."

22 Apr 2019,

Remington Is Planning to File for Bankruptcy

For two centuries, it has been a totem of America’s gun culture -- a name emblazoned on frontier flintlocks and U.S. Army .45s.

13 Feb 2018,

Tsunami warnings canceled after magnitude-7.9 earthquake off Alaska

Forecasters canceled tsunami warnings for Alaska and the US and Canadian west coasts Tuesday after an earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska stoked fears of severe waves.

23 Jan 2018,

Amazon opens a supermarket with no checkouts

In a move that could revolutionise the way we buy groceries, Amazon opens its first supermarket without checkouts - human or self-service - to shoppers on Monday.

22 Jan 2018,

Hawaii alert: Employee who sent missile warning reassigned

The unnamed employee who mistakenly sent a missile alert which caused panic in the US state of Hawaii on Saturday has been temporarily reassigned to other duties, a US official has said.

15 Jan 2018,

Texas Gunman Broke Child’s Skull and Assaulted Wife in Troubled Life

He beat his wife, cracked his toddler stepson’s skull and was kicked out of the military. He drove away friends, drew attention from the police and abused his dog. Before Devin P. Kelley entered a rural Texas church with a military-style rifle, killing at least 26 people on Sunday, he led a deeply troubled life in which few in his path escaped unscathed.

07 Nov 2017,

Kaspersky says it obtained suspected NSA hacking code from U.S. computer

Moscow-based Kaspersky Lab on Wednesday acknowledged that its security software had taken source code for a secret American hacking tool from a personal computer in the United States.

25 Oct 2017,

At least 50 dead, 400 injured in Las Vegas shooting; suspect had at least 10 guns

More than 50 people were killed and "well over" 400 were injured when a gunman opened fire on concertgoers from a perch above the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas Sunday night, police said, making it the deadliest shooting in modern U.S. history.

02 Oct 2017,

North Korea bolsters defenses after flight by U.S. bombers as rhetoric escalates

North Korea has boosted defenses on its east coast, a South Korean lawmaker said on Tuesday, after the North said U.S. President Donald Trump had declared war and that it would shoot down U.S. bombers flying near the peninsula.

26 Sep 2017,

Chill bear breaks into family home to play their piano

A black bear broke into a Colorado home and used the opportunity to play the family's piano.

06 Jun 2017,

Trump who? Tech giants join massive effort to uphold Paris Agreement

U.S. tech titans are joining an effort by more than 1,000 U.S. governors, mayors, investors, universities, and companies to commit to meeting the targets of the Paris Climate Agreement.

06 Jun 2017,

Trump Will Withdraw U.S. From Paris Climate Agreement

President Trump announced on Thursday that the United States would withdraw from the Paris climate accord, weakening efforts to combat global warming and embracing isolationist voices in his White House who argued that the agreement was a pernicious threat to the economy and American sovereignty.

02 Jun 2017,

James Comey Is Out at the F.B.I. Here’s What Happens Next

President Trump’s firing on Tuesday of the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, drew an immediate backlash, both for how he did it — Mr. Comey found out from television — and for the implications of what it means for the Justice Department investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

10 May 2017,

United Airlines Reaches Settlement With Passenger Who Was Dragged Off Plane

David Dao, the doctor who was seen being dragged off a United Airlines jet this month in videos that sparked widespread outrage, has reached a settlement with the airline for an undisclosed amount, his lawyers said on Thursday.

28 Apr 2017,

Sky pool in Houston, US, lets you fly and swim at the same time

Real estate developers use a lot of clever techniques to sell apartments, but this is a new one: stomach-churning fear, with a splash of luxury.

11 Apr 2017,

North Korea state media warns of nuclear strike if provoked as U.S. warships approach

North Korean state media on Tuesday warned of a nuclear attack on the United States at any sign of a U.S. pre-emptive strike as a U.S. Navy strike group led by a nuclear-powered aircraft steamed towards the western Pacific.

11 Apr 2017,

Not so friendly skies: United Airlines' public relations disaster

Another day, another public relations disaster for United Airlines. America's third biggest carrier is being slammed online for violently dragging a passenger - a 69-year-old Asian man, believed to be a doctor - off an overbooked flight.

11 Apr 2017,

Michael Flynn, the adviser to President Trump, resignes over potentially illegal contacts with Russian ambassador

Flynn sets record with only 24 days as national security adviser. The average tenure is about 2.6 years.

14 Feb 2017,

Accords commerciaux: Maurice reste confiante malgré le protectionnisme raisonné de Trump

À peine nommé que le nouveau président américain, Donald Trump, applique déjà des mesures pour privilégier un protectionnisme raisonné.

13 Feb 2017,

This country will be most impacted if US passes new H-1B Visa Bill

It may not be a good time to be an Indian techie in America. Correction: It may not be a good time to be a non-American in Trump's America.

31 Jan 2017,

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