El Salvador Ex-Defense Minister Loses Bid To Stay In US
March 12 2015 1:48 PM EDT
An immigration panel upholds a Florida deportation order against Carlos Vides Casanova, who had been linked to atrocities.
Mexico Mayoral Candidate Found Beheaded
March 12 2015 11:06 AM EDT
The woman from Guerrero state, where 43 students went missing last fall, had lost her son and husband to violent crime.
PS4 Update 2.50 On Its Way, Sony Says
March 12 2015 11:01 AM EDT
Owners of the gaming system will soon have access to a host of new features.
Low-Cost Oil Comes At A High Price, In Terms Of Taxes
March 12 2015 10:59 AM EDT
Oil and gas tax receipts in Texas, North Dakota, Alaska and Oklahoma have all slid along with the price of crude in recent months.
'GTA' Series Coming To BBC
March 12 2015 10:36 AM EDT
You know you've made a successful video game franchise if the BBC makes a documentary about it.
Canadian Tourist Killed In Whale Incident
March 12 2015 8:40 AM EDT
Jennifer Carren, 35, died after a whale slammed into the side of a tourist boat off the coast of Mexico.
Canadian Researchers, Journalists Team Up For Snowden Database
March 12 2015 12:07 AM EDT
A group of Canadian researchers and journalists have built the world’s first fully-indexed online archive of Edward Snowden’s leaked NSA surveillance documents.
Twitter Bans Revenge Porn
March 11 2015 10:15 PM EDT
Offenders who continue to post revenge porn or dox other Twitter users will have their accounts locked until they delete the offending posts.
Parents Don't 'Like' Facebook Games
March 11 2015 7:53 PM EDT
A class action suit tries to force the social network to offer refunds to parents for kids' digital downloads.
Direct Calls To Cuba Resume After 16 Years
March 11 2015 5:10 PM EDT
For the first time in 16 years, a U.S.-Cuban telephone link has resumed, which means Americans can make direct calls to Cuba and vice versa.
ACLU Asks For Independent Investigation Into Prison Riot
March 11 2015 4:21 PM EDT
A February uprising at a Texas prison for immigrants spotlights conditions at privately run incarceration centers.
Elementary School At Center Of Spike In Quebec Measles Cases
March 11 2015 2:46 PM EDT
The school had 114 students and 51 staff who were not vaccinated against measles.
Not All Crude Oils Are Created Equal
March 11 2015 1:24 PM EDT
The Oil-Climate Index found the dirtiest oils are 80 percent more carbon-intensive than the lowest-emitting crudes.
Search Underway For Virginia Tech Student Who Fell Off Cruise Ship
March 11 2015 7:49 AM EDT
The identity of the 21-year-old student has not yet been released.
Google To Update Its Smartwatches With New Gestures
March 10 2015 11:11 PM EDT
The search giant’s wearable platform is learning a few new tricks to make it work better without a phone.
Google CFO Retires Early To Spend Time With Family
March 10 2015 10:42 PM EDT
The company’s finance exec decided to quit after his wife suggested they travel the world.
iPhone 6S Could Feature Edge Screen, Thanks To New Patent
March 10 2015 9:54 PM EDT
The patent includes new gestures along with buttons that can change based on what the user is doing.
Torture Not Widespread, Mexican Officials Say
March 10 2015 3:01 PM EDT
Mexico's ambassador to the U.N. hit back against a scathing report detailing security forces' use of beatings and electric shocks.
GTA Heists Are Finally Here
March 10 2015 2:35 PM EDT
"GTA 5 Online" fans have been waiting a year for the add-on, which allows a four-player cooperative experience.
Uber Out, Lyft In During SXSW
March 10 2015 2:10 PM EDT
Sorry, hipsters. Looks like Uber devotees may be walking to SXSW.