There are just three weeks to go until Brexit officially happens, and the United Kingdom still hasn’t approved a final divorce deal with the European Union.
Flickr, the photo storage website that had, at Mario Klingemann, a digital artist and archivist based in Germany, tells Vox that he wasn’t surprised when Flickr announced the end of its free terabyte in November. “Of course, anything on the internet that is free is kind of … probably not forever.”
At this point, you’ve probably read the sexts.“I love you, alive girl,” reads one message allegedly sent by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos to his girlfriend, Lauren Sanchez. “I will show you with my body, and my lips and my eyes, very soon.”
Amazon has stopped selling Dash buttons, the $5 pieces of plastic that Prime customers could use to instantly reorder basic household items, as CNET reported Thursday.
President Donald Trump and North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un’s Vietnam summit didn’t go quite as planned.
Counterterrorism police in the United Kingdom are investigating three packages containing explosives that were discovered Tuesday near three major transportation hubs in London: Heathrow Airport, London City Airport, and Waterloo Station.
British Prime Minister Theresa May will try again next week to get a Brexit deal through Parliament, with less than 20 days to go before the March 29 deadline.
President Donald Trump’s 2020 budget breaks one of his biggest campaign promises to voters: that he would leave Medicaid, Social Security, and Medicare untouched.
The top US diplomat tasked with negotiating with North Korea just laid out a denuclearization plan that’s destined to fail.
President Donald Trump’s grand vision for America in 2020 can be summarized this way: spend billions more dollars on the US military and immigration enforcement; cut billions of dollars from the social safety net. And do nothing to close the $1 trillion deficit Republicans created with their 2017 corporate tax cuts.