Facebook is offering facial recognition again in Europe

Facebook is bringing facial recognition to Europe, after suspending it 6 years ago over privacy concerns.


Cuba lawmakers meet to choose Raúl Castro's successor

Raúl Castro will step down at the National Assembly session, bringing an end to the Castro era.


What's bringing Kim Jong Un to the table

North Korea's relationship with the world seems to be changing for the better. But how did we get here?


'There's a hole and, uh, someone went out': Astonishing moment Southwest pilot confirms tragedy after engine exploded mid-flight

Pilot Tammie Jo Shults is being hailed a hero for safely bringing flight 1380 into land in Philadelphia


Bringing Blockchain to the Coffee Cup

Colorado shop tries to rewrite the java script by tracing high-end beans from a Ugandan farm to the retail shelf.


NHS returns to china cups and saucers in war on disposable cups

Hospitals are bringing back china crockery as an investigation reveals the NHS has used more than 600 million disposable cups in the last five years.


Italy busts 'jihadist' smuggling ring bringing migrants from Tunisia in high-speed boats

Italian authorities have arrested 13 suspects in a high-speed migrant trafficking ring operating between Tunisia and Sicily whose members espoused radical jihadist views.


Jeff Sessions takes aim at first-time border crossers and calls for ramping up criminal prosecutions

Alex Wong/Getty Images Attorney General Jeff Sessions ramped up calls to criminally prosecute immigrants who cross illegally into the US. Sessions said he was ordering U.S. attorneys offices near the Southwest border to prioritize bringing cases against


Jack Nicklaus' 15-year-old grandson hit a hole-in-one in the Masters Par 3 contest as his grandfather watched

ESPN Jack Nicklaus' grandson, Gary Nicklaus, stole the show at the Masters Par 3 contest on Wednesday, hitting a hole-in-one on the final hole. The Par 3 contest offers golfers a chance to take it easy on the course before the competition begins, with ma


Kashmir pellet injuries bring back memories of 2016 uprising

Kashmir's main hospital is overwhelmed with victims of pellet guns bringing memories of mass blinding two years ago.


Palestinian dies of wounds, bringing Gaza death toll to 18

The Palestinian Health Ministry says a 29-year-old Gaza man has died of injuries from Israeli army fire during last week's mass protests along the Gaza border with Israel.

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