Airlines have rules about taking photos, video on planes
DALLAS (AP) -- Without the shocking video, it's unlikely that the world would have learned or cared about the violent manhandling of a 69-year-old man on a plane last month....
Serena Williams accepts a new challenge - in Silicon Valley
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Tennis star Serena Williams has 39 Grand Slam titles, four Olympic medals, major endorsement deals and her own line of clothing and accessories. Now she is embarking on a new mission: She says she wants to help tech companies diversify their workforces and solve one of the industry's most vexing problems....
House OKs bill making nude photo sharing in military a crime
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The House has unanimously approved legislation that makes it a crime for U.S. service members to distribute intimate photos or videos of people without first getting their consent....
Google helps advertisers track spending in physical stores
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Google already monitors online shopping - and now it's keeping an eye on physical stores to try to sell more digital advertising....
China shuts some live streaming sites, punishes companies
BEIJING (AP) -- Chinese authorities have punished dozens of companies involved in live online broadcasting and shut down numerous hosting platforms for showing content that was pornographic, related to gambling or involved content considered superstitious and harmful to minors....
Need cash? Facebook expands personal fundraising tools
NEW YORK (AP) -- Facebook is expanding its fundraising tools that let users ask friends and strangers to give them money to help pay for education, medical or other expenses....
Bahrain, Egypt block Al-Jazeera websites amid Qatar dispute
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- Bahrain and Egypt on Thursday apparently joined Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates in blocking access to websites run by the pan-Arab satellite network Al-Jazeera, part of a growing regional dispute with Qatar after an alleged hack of its state-run news agency....
China blocks online broadcast of computer go match
BEIJING (AP) -- Internet users outside China watched a computer defeat its national go champion, but few Chinese web surfers could see it....
Microsoft Surface gets battery boost, better viewing angles
NEW YORK (AP) -- Microsoft is refreshing its Surface Pro tablet with longer battery life and faster processors....
With catcalls and applause, Cannes debates rise of Netflix
CANNES, France (AP) -- This year's Cannes Film Festival has been a sprawling, international referendum on Netflix, with votes registered in catcalls and applause, and some of the biggest names in cinema staking out their positions....
President Trump's first proposed budget calls for $3.6 trillion cuts in government spending over the next decade in hope for a balanced budget, taking aim at social programs like healthcare, food stamps and housing for the poor while boosting the military, border defense and law enforcement. Critics say the Trump proposal would plunge the country back into recession and rip the social safety net away from people who need it most. The administration counters that the plan puts "taxpayers first" who shouldn't have to subsidize able-bodied people not contributing to the workforce.
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