Multiple outages cripple social media, government and websites, including Guardian, FT.com, Reddit and Amazon, across the world caused by a failure at Fastly, a US-based cloud computing services provider.
Microsoft says its board began an investigation after it received a concern in the later half of 2019 that Gates "had sought to initiate an intimate relationship with a company employee."
It’s no longer a secret, but a review of some influential American outlets shows that Israel continues to get favourable coverage.
Lawsuit filed in the US District Court of New York says Robinhood's decision to block trading of GameStop stocks "deprived retail investors of the ability to invest in the open-market."
Tunisia’s Foreign Ministry has rejected a New York Times report that said the country was planning to normalise ties with Israel, following in the footsteps of the UAE, Bahrain, Sudan and Morocco.
That decision could delay the delivery of second batch of doses to the US until manufacturer Pfizer fulfils other international contracts.
A controversial op-ed by a Republican Senator highlights a lack of Black journalists in top roles in news organisations.
Explosive allegations contained in a book by New York Times reporters include claims that Trump wanted migrants crossing from Mexico shot in the legs but some are criticising the reporters for apparently sitting on the story since March.
US President Trump blasts The New York Times after it updated a story detailing a previously unreported accusation of sexual misconduct by Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh to say the alleged victim did not recall the incident.
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