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A group of states may launch investigations into big tech companies like Facebook and Google possibly next month


Epstein's lawyers got Manhattan prosecutors to argue for a lower sex offender status in 2010, and the NYPD never required him to check in, according to report


Epstein's last days were spent emptying vending machines with his lawyers in a private meeting room, avoiding suicide watch, and paying other inmates' commissaries



The CEO of a company that calls itself 'the future of law' says she still can't escape sexism at work — but she's on a mission to prove mentorship can break the glass ceiling


Hong Kong protesters are calling for massive ATM withdrawals in an economic warning to China


Jeffrey Epstein's accused madam Ghislaine Maxwell, who no one could seem to find, was just spotted alive and well at In-N-Out burger



Hong Kong will become another Tiananmen Square if China's army comes, a protest leader warns


Google reportedly has a massive culture problem that's destroying it from the inside


An expert breaks down the psychology behind the copy-cat threats that followed the recent mass shootings at Walmart


New York Times columnist recalls Jeffrey Epstein saying that sex with teenage girls was historically acceptable and that criminalizing the act went against cultural norms


Here's where the Jeffrey Epstein investigation goes now and why prosecutors say the murder theories are 'far-fetched'


'He had the misfortune to be a wealthy man in the #metoo era': Epstein's lawyer blames prosecutors, jailers, judge, and reporters for his client's death



Attorney General Barr announces investigation into Epstein's death by suicide amid reports the convicted sex offender wasn't on suicide watch when he died


A new lawsuit accuses Apple of violating user's privacy by allegedly allowing Siri to record without consent


SoftBank's Masayoshi Son says he wants to keep working with the Saudi government, despite the Khashoggi killing, in order to continue to bring the benefits AI 'to the people'


Hong Kong activists use 'Pokémon Go' and Tinder to organise as police crack down on protests



Police are investigating a possible shooting threat at Twitch's headquarters, but say there's no longer an 'active threat'


The owner of 8chan is being summoned to testify before Congress over the site's link to mass shootings, but no one seems to have his mailing address


The CEO of the company behind 'Grand Theft Auto' responds to Trump blaming video games for mass shootings - 'it's disrespectful to the victims and their families'


The US government says ditching its controversial $5 billion settlement with Facebook could result in a 'far worse' deal for consumers