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North Carolina police shoot dead unarmed car crash victim

North Carolina police shoot dead unarmed car crash victim

A North Carolina policeman has been detained after shooting dead an unarmed African-American man, who was trying to get help following a car crash. On…

Four confirmed dead, hundreds unaccounted for in Colorado floods

Four confirmed dead, hundreds unaccounted for in Colorado floods

Four people have been confirmed dead and over 500 reported missing following devastating floods in Colorado. Authorities fear the death toll will rise as thousands…

Director of national intelligence: Spying debate ‘probably needed to happen’

Director of national intelligence: Spying debate ‘probably needed to happen’

The United States director of national intelligence said at a conference in Washington on Thursday that the leaking of classified documents by former government contractor…

Apple Announces iPhone 5s with ‘Touch ID’ Fingerprint Sensor

Apple Announces iPhone 5s with ‘Touch ID’ Fingerprint Sensor

At its media event today, Apple introduced the new iPhone 5s. In line with expectations, the iPhone 5s will be the same size and design…

Apple Announces Colorful New iPhone 5c, Starting at $99 on Two-Year Contract

Apple Announces Colorful New iPhone 5c, Starting at $99 on Two-Year Contract

Apple today announced the new lower-priced iPhone 5c, replacing the iPhone 5 in Apple’s phone lineup. The new device is available in five different colors…

Microsoft, Google sue US for right to reveal nature of surveillance requests

Microsoft, Google sue US for right to reveal nature of surveillance requests

Microsoft and Google announced Friday they are going forward with a lawsuit against the US government for the right to reveal more information about official…

Government plans to euthanize hundreds of threatened desert tortoises it was supposed to protect

Government plans to euthanize hundreds of threatened desert tortoises it was supposed to protect

Federal funds for a Nevada-based desert tortoise conservation center are running dry and wildlife officials plan to close the facility and euthanize hundreds of tortoises…

Microsoft CEO to step down within year

Microsoft CEO to step down within year

The world’s largest software maker announced on Friday that Chief Executive, Steven Ballmer, will retire in the next 12 months. Ballmer will continue as acting…