Twitter whistleblower cites security flaws before Congress
Twitter's former security chief told Congress Tuesday there was "at least one agent" from China's intelligence service on Twitter's payroll and that the company knowingly allowed India to add agents to the company roster as well, where they had access to highly sensitive data on users around the world.
Pressure mounts on US railroads and unions to reach a deal
Freight railroads and their unions are facing increasing pressure from business groups and the White House to settle their contract dispute before Sept. 16's looming strike deadline.
Day 192 of the Invasion of Ukraine: The US denies Visa to Lavrov for the UN General Assembly
Here are the highlights of events related to the war in Ukraine over the past 24 hours:
The International Atomic Energy Agency will present its report on the safety of the Zaporizhzhia NPP next week
Alarming Spike in Sexual Assault in the US Military
Sexual assault has increased by 13 percent in the US military, according to an annual report presented to Congress by the Department of Defense.
The 2021 numbers are the highest since the US military began tracking sexual assault in 2006.
On ‘Republic’ Anniversary, Moldova’s Gagauz Look to Moscow, and Chisinau
The Gagauz are a small Christian Turkic minority that lives primarily in southern Moldova and Ukraine's Odessa region. According to the 1989 Soviet census, over 153,000 Gagauz lived in Moldova, concentrated mainly in the cities of Comrat and Ceadîr-Lunga, and with a considerable minority in the nearby regions of Vulcănești, Taraclia, and Basarabeasca.
US plan to end railroad contract dispute calls for 24 pct raises
The special board appointed by President Joe Biden to intervene in stalled railroad contract talks suggested on Aug. 16 that 115,000 rail workers should get 24 percent raises and thousands of dollars in bonuses as part of a new agreement to avert a strike.
US dangles threat of sanctions against Turkey over planned delivery of more S-400s
US State Department spokesman Ned Price yesterday warned Turkey of the prospect of sanctions if Ankara goes ahead with receiving a second batch of Russian S-400 missile systems - a move which was announced by Russia's state-run Tass news agency and confirmed by the Turkish defence ministry - which were included in the initial procurement deal, but he did not say if Washington's intends to go fo
Biden signs major Climate Change and Health Care Law
US President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed into law a sweeping bill to lower health care costs and address climate change, representing a key win for Democrats in Congress.
Trump foe Liz Cheney defeated in Wyoming GOP primary
Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, Donald Trump's fiercest Republican adversary in Congress, was defeated in a GOP primary Tuesday, falling to a rival backed by the former president in a rout that reinforced his grip on the party's base.
Inside France’s vast video game archive
In the bowels of an imposing modernist tower in Paris, Laurent Duplouy carefully handles a pristine copy of "Tomb Raider" before slotting it back on the shelf alongside thousands of other classic video games.
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