Aug 28 Video game maker Electronic Arts
canceled three tournaments of its Madden NFL 19 football game to
review safety protocols after a competitor who lost a tournament
attacked with a gun, killing two gamers and wounding 11 others.
Wyoming Secretary of State Mark Gordon was on course on Tuesday to defeat five other candidates in the state's Republican gubernatorial primary, among them a financier who got the support of President Donald Trump.
WASHINGTON/BERLIN A 95-year old New York City man believed to be a former guard at a labor camp in Nazi-occupied Poland has arrived in Germany after being arrested and deported by U.S. immigration authorities, U.S. officials said on Tuesday. | Video
WASHINGTON Microsoft Corp said that hackers linked to Russia's government sought to launch cyber attacks on U.S. political groups, warning that Moscow is broadening attacks ahead of November's congressional elections. | Video
Aug 21 Microsoft Corp said on Monday
that it had recently thwarted hackers associated with Russian
government attempting to steal user information from
conservative groups that promote democracy and advocate for
LOS ANGELES Hundreds of U.S. newspapers on Thursday launched a coordinated defense of press freedom and a rebuke of President Donald Trump for denouncing some media organizations as enemies of the American people. | Video
LOS ANGELES, Aug 16 Hundreds of U.S. newspapers
devoted print space on Thursday to a coordinated defense of
press freedom and a rebuke of President Donald Trump for saying
some media organizations are enemies of the American people.
WASHINGTON and MILWAUKEE Voters chose nominees on Tuesday in the key battleground states of Wisconsin and Minnesota, setting up what are expected to be tight races as November's congressional elections draw near.
Federal authorities on Saturday were seeking to learn what drove an airline worker to steal an empty airplane from Seattle's airport in a security scare that caused the scrambling of U.S. fighter jets and ended when the plane crashed. | Video
A California court on Wednesday rejected an appeal by a former Stanford University swimmer who was found guilty of sexual assault and served a sentence that many say was too lenient.