Authorities in Florida say they are not charging teens who taunted and filmed a man while he drowned to death, according to a CNN report published Friday.
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The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is investigating whether Amazon deceives its customers about pricing, according to a Reuters report published Thursday.
Ford is trying to get rid of the well-known new car smell in some of its vehicles because many people in China hate it so much, according to a Reuters report published Thursday.
A Toronto man built a set of stairs in his local park for the reasonable price of $550, after the city said the project would cost anywhere from $65,000 to $150,000, according to a Wednesday report from CTV News.
Facebook is attributing the recent, temporary removal of several Catholic-focused Facebook pages to a technical glitch, according to a statement provided Thursday to The Daily Caller News Foundation.
President Donald Trump's daughter Tiffany recently traveled to Europe with her boyfriend for a summer vacation, and it cost taxpayers at least $22,000, according to a CBS report published Wednesday.
Blackberry announced Thursday that it has reached an agreement with the NSA to sell the agency and other organizations secret communication tools.
Walmart is developing facial recognition technology so it can identify the shoppers who appear irritated or just generally unhappy, according to a Wall Street Journal report published Wednesday.
Examining poop may be a great way to predict how well a baby will develop mentally and cognitively, according to a study published in late June.
Facebook is experimenting with a subscription-based service for access to news stories, according to an executive's statement provided Wednesday to The Daily Caller News Foundation.
A couple from New Hampshire reportedly opened a box from Amazon over the weekend, but instead of seeing the products they ordered, they received a bag of medical waste.
Activists are trying to advocate for government regulations over the internet by leasing a number of billboards and using them to call out specific congressmen.
The U.K. government announced Monday that it will soon start enforcing a new law requiring citizens to prove they are at least 18 years of age before they can access pornographic content.
Sexual interactions between humans and robots are a seemingly inevitable phenomenon, as many people around the world and throughout the course of history expand their sexual options as time and technology progress.
Report: More Than 1 Million Pro-Internet Regulation Comments Came From Foreign Countries Like Russia
More than 1.3 million comments supporting government regulations over the internet appear to have been submitted by users outside of the U.S., according to a forensic analysis published Monday.
Doctors removed 27 contact lenses from a British woman's eye, according to an NPR report published Sunday.
A judge ruled Friday that Google does not have to give up all data demanded by the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL), due to privacy concerns.
A Nigerian citizen living in St. Louis pled guilty Thursday to a number of crimes, all of which were committed after he was deported several years ago.
The two biggest daily fantasy sports companies announced Thursday that they are no longer pursuing a merger, roughly a month after the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) threatened to sue if they proceeded.