• Wildfires are largest ever in California

    Wildfires are largest ever in California

    los angeles August 7, 2018 06:18 Hot Recent News

    The natural fires in northern California are now the largest fires in the history of the American state. The fire in the Mendocino region, about 150 kilometers north of San Francisco, has spread over an area of ​​114,800 hectares.

  • Musk says sorry after pedo-comment

    Musk says sorry after pedo-comment

    san francisco July 18, 2018 08:15 Hot Recent News

    Businessman Elon Musk has apologized to Twitter to the rescue diver he was making for pedophile. The Briton Vernon Unsworth had overtaken the wrath of the Tesla boss by criticizing Musk's offer to make a mini-submarine available to the rescue operation in Thailand, where footballers were stuck in a cave.

  • Case against oil companies to reject climate

    Case against oil companies to reject climate

    san francisco June 26, 2018 07:48 Hot Recent News

    A federal court in California rejected a case filed by the cities of Oakland and San Francisco against major oil and gas companies such as Shell, ExxonMobil and BP on climate change. According to the judge, the problem is too broad to be decided in court.

  • This is the ugliest dog in the world!

    This is the ugliest dog in the world!

    san francisco June 24, 2018 11:33 Hot Recent News

    The 9-year-old bulldog Zsa Zsa has been named the world's ugliest dog. An unfriendly-looking dog with a hefty underbite and too broad shoulders. A jury chose Zsa Zsa from a list of dogs that are all imperfect.

  • Gesture gorilla Koko died

    Gesture gorilla Koko died

    June 21, 2018 16:33 Hot Recent News

    The gorilla who became famous for sign language was deceased in her sleep. Koko was 46 years old. The Gorilla Foundation has announced this in Woodside, Florida. The western lowland gorilla was born on 4 July 1971 at the San Francisco zoo as Hanabi-ko, Japanese for 'fireworks child'.

  • Cell for hacker Russian secret service

    Cell for hacker Russian secret service

    san francisco May 30, 2018 09:39 Hot Recent News

    A Canadian of Russian origin has been sentenced to five years in the United States. The 23-year-old Karim Baratov, aka Kay, has admitted that he has cracked thousands of e-mail accounts for the Russian secret service. Baratov has already made a confession in November.

  • Heavy punishments in Spanish corruption process

    Heavy punishments in Spanish corruption process

    madrid May 24, 2018 14:48 Hot Recent News

    A Spanish court has condemned the pivot of a corruption scandal around the Spanish government party PP (People's Party), Francisco Correa, to almost 52 years in prison for fraud and money laundering. A former treasurer of the party, Luis Bárcenas, must according to the verdict over the age of 33 in the cell and 44 million euros fine, including tax evasion. His wife Rosalía Iglesias received cell as an accessory for fifteen years.

  • Twitter also sold data users

    Twitter also sold data users

    san francisco April 30, 2018 13:42 Hot Recent News

    Twitter also sold data from its users. They ended up at the office Global Science Research (GSR). It is not known what GSR did with the data and how much the company paid for it. Twitter told Bloomberg news agency that it only happened once. It would also be public data and no private data would have been given to GSR.

  • Facebook removes more IS material

    Facebook removes more IS material

    san francisco April 23, 2018 23:42 Hot Recent News

    In the first three months of the year Facebook has removed 1.9 million items with an extremist content or provided a warning label. The content related to Islamic State, al-Qaeda or other terrorist groups. The social network site announced this on Monday. The number of detected unwanted pieces is about doubling compared to the previous quarter.

  • Facebook wants to limit the scope of EU rules

    Facebook wants to limit the scope of EU rules

    san francisco April 19, 2018 05:57 Hot Recent News

    Facebook is taking measures to prevent almost all of its users coming soon under the new European privacy legislation. The internet company wants the regulations to apply only to European members. Facebook confirms that decision to Reuters news agency.

  • Case against Facebook for facial recognition

    Case against Facebook for facial recognition

    san francisco April 17, 2018 05:45 Hot Recent News

    A judge in the United States has determined that a collective lawsuit is the best way to settle a dispute between Facebook and many users of the social medium about the use of facial recognition software. According to the users who filed the case on April 6, the software is used unlawfully without permission.

  • Bodycam images of sleeping YouTube shooter in hours for shooting
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    Bodycam images of sleeping YouTube shooter in hours for shooting

    san francisco April 15, 2018 08:36 Hot Recent News

    The American police have released body images from YouTube shooter Nasim Aghdam. The images show that officers find her while she is sleeping in her car. The agents ask if she intends to do something to others or herself. After Aghdam denies this, the agents let her go. A few hours later she shoots three people at the head office of YouTube and robs herself of life.

  • Reddit blocks hundreds of Russian accounts

    Reddit blocks hundreds of Russian accounts

    san francisco April 11, 2018 13:24 Hot Recent News

    The Reddit forum has blocked 944 accounts because they would have been created by a Russian 'troll factory'. That organization, the Internet Research Agency, is suspected of having published fake messages in the run-up to the US presidential elections. Reddit, one of the most visited sites in the world, has also mentioned the names of all 944 accounts.

  • Yosemite park closed due to many rainfall

    Yosemite park closed due to many rainfall

    san francisco April 6, 2018 06:06 Hot Recent News

    The famous Yosemite nature park in the US state of California is temporarily closed due to the threat of flooding due to heavy rainfall. Campsites and accommodations in the valley of the Yosemite Valley will remain closed on Friday and during the weekend.

  • Facebook: data 87 million people shared

    Facebook: data 87 million people shared

    san francisco April 4, 2018 20:30 Hot Recent News

    Data from some 87 million Facebook users, mainly Americans, may have been transferred to research bureau Cambridge Analytica. That's what Facebook told us in a statement. Earlier, on the basis of estimates, it was thought that data would be about 50 million people.

  • Family of eight with 'famous' boy riding a cliff

    Family of eight with 'famous' boy riding a cliff

    mendocino March 29, 2018 05:48 Hot Recent News

    A family with six children drove from a cliff in the US state of California and ended up in the sea after a fall of about thirty feet. According to CNN, the police assume that all passengers have died, although the bodies of three children have not yet been recovered.

  • Bid on naked Trump
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    Bid on naked Trump

    new jersey March 28, 2018 12:48 Hot Recent News

    A sculpture by a naked president Trump will be auctioned in May. Julien's Auctions mentions the auction 'The Emperor Has No Balls' and must be the showpiece at the New Jersey auction. It is estimated that some 20,000 to 30,000 dollars will be offered.

  • Puzzle mini-mummy solved: Ata is not alien
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    Puzzle mini-mummy solved: Ata is not alien

    san francisco March 22, 2018 17:39 Hot Recent News

    The origin of the enigmatic mini-mummy from Chile, which was seen by many as an alien creature, is well known. The tiny, only 15 centimeter long mummified skeleton with the strangely stretched skull and the big eye sockets is human, feminine to be precise. That is certain after five years of intensive DNA research and comparison with the genome of chimpanzee and rhesus monkey.

  • Twitter: a blue check mark for everyone

    Twitter: a blue check mark for everyone

    san francisco March 9, 2018 15:33 Hot Recent News

    Twitter throws the blue check marks on the shovel. That's what founder and CEO Jack Dorsey said. The symbols indicate that the identity of a user has been confirmed and that the twitterer is who he or she says he is.

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