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Facebook briefed members of Congress and provided the ads and other information to Robert Mueller, the company said
Authorities discounting danger from hackers group “Dark Overlord,” resuming classes
Searching for former pop-punk princess Avril Lavigne is most likely to lead you to websites with viruses or malware, cybersecurity firm McAfee says
Latest Apple iOS 11 update comes with way more than new emojis
Some lawmakers are scrutinizing the role social media played in the 2016 election
Targeted advertising is cheap and efficient, luring millions of businesses -- as well as bots and Russia
Words include "troll" and "ransomware" as internet-related stories made headlines this year
Navy plans to integrate Xbox controllers into submarine systems
Facebook acknowledged that fake accounts appearing to have originated from Russia bought $100K in ads during 2016 election cycle
David Pogue of Yahoo Finance on how Apple and Samsung are inspiring each other's phone designs with each new iteration
What's the difference between an iPhone and a Galaxy? A lot less today, as Apple and Samsung keep taking inspiration from the other when they release new versions of their smartphones. David Pogue of Yahoo Finance looks into changes in the cellular landscape.
On September 17, 1683, Dutch scientist Antonie van Leeuwenhoek announced his discovery of single-cell organisms in human dental plaque. Jane Pauley reports.
The Trump administration unveiled updated safety guidelines for self-driving cars this week aimed at getting more test vehicles on the road. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao made the announcement at the University of Michigan where autonomous cars already have the run of the road because of a "town" built just for them. Michelle Miller reports.
It's been 20 years since the Cassini spacecraft blasted off to begin its historic exploration of Saturn. Since then, the NASA probe has traveled nearly five billion miles to study Saturn and its rings, discovering six moons and taking more than 453,000 pictures of the planet. On Friday, its mission ended. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Apple executives unveiled the iPhone X this week along with a new facial recognition feature called Face ID. The iPhone's newest security feature, which uses a 3D scan of the user's face to unlock the phone, is also raising questions about privacy and security. Show More Summary
When reporters typed "Why do Jews ruin everything," Google apparently suggested running ads next to searches for "the evil jew" or "jewish control of banks"
"This morning, a lone explorer, a machine made by humankind, finished its mission 900 million miles away"
NASA's "insanely, wildly, beautifully successful" Cassini mission came to a fiery end in Saturn's atmosphere Friday morning
6 NASA-backed subjects coming out of Red Planet-like surroundings in small dome eight months after they went in
The only satellite ever to orbit Saturn is about to be destroyed. The Cassini spacecraft has made countless discoveries about the second-largest planet in the solar system. NASA will now send it crashing into Saturn's atmosphere on purpose. Jamie Yuucas reports.