A woman died of her injuries after being struck by a self-driving Uber car Sunday night around 10:00 p.m. in Tempe, Arizona. Uber immediately halted the test program, amid the shock of the “autonomous accident.” This is the first known fatality amid self-driving car tests.
With the focus over the past few years being on liberals using social media to manipulate elections, it appears that the same practices by those called conservatives has been overlooked. Until now. Recent revelations seem to show that Trump consultants were not one bit above harvesting the Facebook data of millions of voters — and using that data to manipulate those voters — to put “the Donald” in the White House.
The crown prince of Saudi Arabia has big dreams for his oil empire, which all rely on being able to sell a portion of Saudi Arabia's oil company for huge profits, but now he needs U.S. assistance to make them come true.
The old quip about fusion is that it’s the energy of the future — and always will be. But this joke may now have to be retired, as scientists have achieved a fusion breakthrough that promises cheap, unlimited, clean energy. Such a development is so staggering that it would represent a seminal point in man’s history.
The latest study suggesting that a warmer Arctic region contributes to colder, fiercer winters in the United States, comes to us from Rutgers University.
Some global-warming believers now think the supposed disaster of rising temperatures isn't such a big deal given man's ability to counter its effects through technology.
In what is probably a desperate attempt to stay relevant, Arnold Schwarzenegger, the star of Hollywood’s Terminator franchise, equated the actions of companies such as ExxonMobil and BP with first-degree murder for their seeming indifference on the issue of global warming.
With social-media giants becoming increasingly hostile to anyone who disagrees with statist and globalist ideology, a growing chorus of voices is sounding the alarm. Christians, conservatives, libertarians, patriots, and more have all been purged from key platforms. On Capitol Hill and across America, outrage over the politically motivated “censorship” is escalating. Now, with lawsuits flying and calls for regulation getting louder, a number of legal issues confront the Internet behemoths — Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, Google, and more — that could see dramatic changes in the years ahead.
The past two weeks wtnessed the two largest cyberattacks attacks in histroy. Thankfully, both were thwarted, but newer and bigger attacks are sure to follow.
America's hostile foreign enemies and large swaths of the U.S. “environmental” movement have something in common — and according to a new congressional report, it may be more than a coincidence. A stunning investigation by the U.S. House Committee on Science, Space, and Technology uncovered evidence that Russian agents have been pushing pseudo-environmentalist propaganda through social media. The goal: derail the ongoing American energy boom.
In the world of social media, Facebook and Twitter are the twin Goliaths. They dominate the social media market. They also systematically censor posts and use manipulative tactics to influence the ways users think, interact with each other, and even vote in elections. But now, thanks to a love of free speech and the power of alt-tech, a new David has arrived on the scene to compete with those twin Goliaths. The new social media platform — ONEWAY — is prepared to become the platform for those who love free speech.