A controversial investigative technique is getting its first real legal test in a federal courtroom in Richmond, where a judge is being asked to toss out evidence gathered through a geofence warrant in a Virginia bank robbery
A government-linked technology company in the United Arab Emirates has signed a partnership with two major state-owned Israeli defense firms to research ways of combating the coronavirus pandemic
Russian voters have agreed to extend presidential term limits, effectively allowing President Vladimir Putin to stay in power. Hong Kong residents find potential aid from Australia. India tests an experimental COVID-19 treatment, and hundreds of migrants await permission to dock in Italy after a week at sea.
A Black Facebook employee, joined by two others who were denied jobs at the social network, has filed a complaint against the company, saying it discriminates against Black workers and applicants in hiring, evaluations, promotions and pay
The government is recommending that travelers wear face coverings during air travel and says airlines should consider limiting capacity on planes to promote social distancing
White House Economic Adviser, Tyler Goodspeed, on the June jobs report, explained the administration's goal of continuing to restore jobs despite recent coronavirus surges.
On Wednesday, more than 500 companies kicked off an advertising boycott intended to pressure Facebook into taking a stronger stand against hate speech
Alaska Airlines initiated a "yellow card" policy for travelers refusing to wear a mask. The yellow card is a warning to travelers that they could be banned from future travel on the airline.
A busy stretch of news with the coronavirus pandemic and racial demonstrations in the United States has led CNN to its best ratings in the network's 40-year history
Israel’s parliament has approved a law granting the country’s internal security agency limited authority to use phone surveillance to track coronavirus cases