President Obama has renewed the NSA’s phone-snooping program for another three months, with the administration saying Monday that it’s too important to let it expire right now, defying members of Congress who said it was time to ax the controversial program.
(Adds memo to staff, cooperation with Japan, pirated films, expert comment) By Ronald Grover , Mark Hosenball and Jim Finkle LOS ANGELES/WASHINGTON/BOSTON, Dec 2 (Reuters) - Eight days after a massive cyber attack on S...
Similar to Jimmy Kimmel’s Handsome Men’s Club, we like to imagine all the really good-looking cars occasionally gather together to affirm each other’s hotness. Yet until autonomous cars imbued with artificial intelligence—and egos—arrive, the task of sorting the 10 most beautiful cars on sale today falls to us. Before your fingers hit that keyboard to […]
There's probably not a hotter area of biotechnology right now than what's known as CART therapy, in which a patient's own white blood cells are genetically engineered to attack cancer. Earlier this month Novartis announced that 36 of 39 children with acute lymphocytic leukemia that had failed standard treatments saw [...]