The U.S. search giant has rejected demands from France's data protection agency to implement the controversial European order, dubbed the "right to be forgotten," on its international search engines.
An Australian search chief said Friday that authorities are "increasingly confident" that the debris found on Réunion Island is from the missing Flight MH370.
Hillary Clinton's campaign blasted 'egregious' errors in a New York Times story, which wrongly alleged that federal officials wanted a criminal inquiry into her use of a personal email account.
While British politicians are talking tough on the migrant crisis facing the country, refugees in France are determined to get to the U.K. at any cost.
A federal judge in Alaska also ordered Greenpeace USA to pay a fine of $2,500 for every hour the protesters suspended themselves from the bridge.
Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders wooed labor leaders this week. Should union members vote for the candidate with the record they like best, or the obvious favorite?
The officers were placed on leave Thursday, the same day Ray Tensing, the officer involved in the shooting, pleaded not guilty to a murder charge.
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