Head of Twitter's fact checking has a history of anti-Trump tweets

Prior tweets from Yoel Roth, whose official title at Twitter is head of Site Integrity, emerged after the social media giant put a fact-checking warning on Trump's posts for the first time on Tuesday. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 3 hours ago

Whistleblower slams Apple for 'wiretapping entire populations'

A former Apple contractor who exposed an inside program that listens to Siri recordings, which included criminal activity and sexual discussion, has made himself known to the public in an open letter. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 7 days ago

Director of National Health Service Quits After Being Caught ****ing with Staats

Neil Ferguson, who advised Boris Johnson to introduce lockdown measures to combat coronavirus, has resigned after his married lover travelled across London to meet him twice. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 8 days ago

Dazzling Downfall of the Diamond King

His handlebar moustache 'disguise' has long gone. So, too, the £10,000 ostrich-hide jacket he was sporting when his whereabouts as a 'fugitive' in England were first uncovered. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 11 days ago

Fury in Germany with thousands protest across country over lockdown measures

Thousands of protesters gathered again in Stuttgart (pictured) Munich and Berlin on Saturday, with police out in force after some protests turned violent. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 12 days ago

Reality TV star spent $2m emergency loan on Rolex, Rolls Royce

Maurice Fayne, 37, who appeared on VH1's Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta in 2019, used an emergency loan from the government to lease a Rolls Royce, make child support payments and buy a Rolex watch. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 14 days ago

Male patients with low testosterone levels are MORE likely to die from COVID19

Researchers assessed the hormone levels of the first 45 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19 patients who were admitted to the ICU at the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 14 days ago

Uber lays off 3700 employees via Zoom

At least 3,5000 Uber employees learned that they were being laid off in a three-minute Zoom call this week. DailyMail.com obtained video of the call. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 17 days ago

Rebels kill 12 rangers protecting gorillas who posed for a selfie with humans

Congolese Major General Maurice Aguru Mamba said the Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR) were behind the April 24 attack at a news conference on Monday. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 20 days ago

Former Supreme Court judge gives a critique of the Government's lockdown

LORD SUMPTION: COVID-19 is not the greatest crisis in our history. But the lockdown is without doubt the greatest interference with personal liberty in British history. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 24 days ago

Third Russian doctor plunges from coronavirus hospital window

Alexander Shulepov warned about PPE shortages in Voronezh city. He is now fighting for his life after plunging from a second floor window. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 25 days ago

Pelosi: It's time to consider universal basic income pushed by Andrew Yang

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi expressed a willingness to look into instituting a universal basic income for the American people, which was the centerpiece of Andrew Yang's campaign. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

Facebook investors launch third attempt to remove Mark Zuckerberg as chairman

Facebook shareholders have launched their third attempt to remove Mark Zuckerberg as the chairman of the company, citing concerns over ongoing controversies and escalating investigations. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

Elon Musk reveals SpaceX will launch its Starlink internet service

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk shared on Twitter that Starlink internet will roll out in private beta in three months, will public beta starting in just six months to certain parts of the world. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

More rumors claim Kim Jong Un is dead

Vice director of HKSTV Hong Kong Satellite Television Shijian Xingzou says that a 'very solid source' has told her Kim Jonh Un has died. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

Cannabis Is a Gateway Drug

Cannabis use makes young brains more sensitive to the first exposure to cocaine, according to a new study using rats as subjects, which may lead to sustained use in humans. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

Soldier’s bedroom has not been touched since he died in World War I

Dragoons' Second Lieutenant Hubert Rochereau , 21, died from injuries in World War One. His bedroom in Belabre, south-western France, has remained untouched ever since. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

Soldier's bedroom has not been touched since he died in World War I

Dragoons' Second Lieutenant Hubert Rochereau , 21, died from injuries in World War One. His bedroom in Belabre, south-western France, has remained untouched ever since. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

Wuhan lab was performing coronavirus experiments on bats

The Wuhan Institute of Virology (scientists pictured) did experiments on bats captured more in Yunnan. Sequencing of the Covid-19 genome has traced it to bats found in Yunnan's caves. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

Raging forest infernos in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone burning for eight days

Wildfires burning through radioactive forests in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone in Ukraine are getting ever closer to the exploded nuclear reactor (pictured, forest fires in the famed Exclusion Zone). | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

Hundreds of bodies recovered in NYC not in Covid-19 counts even if symptomatic

Data from the NYC fire department shows that 1,125 people died in their homes or on the street in the first five days of April alone. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

Ozone Human Sanitation Tunnel

Mexico's second biggest outdoor food market installed special ozone-based sanitation tunnels at its entrance to fight the spread of the coronavirus and protect its customers from getting infected. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

World is sleepwalking into a surveillance state, rights groups warn

Digital surveillance rolled out to curb coronavirus should be limited in time and scope, more than 100 rights groups said on Thursday. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

Zoom founder sells $38mm of stock amidst FBI investigations

CEO and founder of Zoom Video Communication Eric Yuan, 50, along with several senior executives sold millions of dollars' worth of their shares in the company. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

UK government gets green light to use personal data from citizens’ mobile phones

British privacy watchdog the Information Commissioner's Office is allowing the authorities to use the information to track and monitor behaviour of the public. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

The Great Panic is foolish, our freedom is still broken and our economy crippled

PETER HITCHENS: As I watched the Prime Minister order mass house arrest on Monday night, I felt revulsion, anger and grief - as anyone brought up when this was a free and well-governed... | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 1 month ago

Japan calls for a one-year postponement for the Tokyo Olympics

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will propose a year delay for the Games during talks with IOC President Thomas Bach. He said a postponement is unavoidable if it can't be held in a complete manner. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 2 months ago

Doctors in NY and Cal to ONLY test patients if the result could change treatment

'Not every single person in the U.S. needs to get tested,' said Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, at a press conference on Saturday. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 2 months ago

Mexico wants to close its border s to stop the spread of coronavirus

There are currently more than 2,000 cases of the virus in the US and it is spreading rapidly. 43 people have died from it. In Mexico, there have only been 16 confirmed cases and no deaths. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 2 months ago

There are currently more than 2,000 cases of the virus in the US and it is spreading rapidly. 43 people have died from it. In Mexico, there have only been 16 confirmed cases and no deaths. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 2 months ago

Coronavirus: Chinese police wear smart helmets to detect people with fevers

The high-tech headgear will sound an alarm if anyone in a radius of 16 feet has a fever - a common symptom of the disease. Officers in major cities are now wearing them while on duty. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 2 months ago

Vigilante hacks into Indian criminal call centre's CCTV

Footage shows a British caller chatting with one of the scammers - based in Gurugram, near Delhi. Scammers were filmed laughing as they told the victim to hand over £1,295. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 2 months ago

Researchers found remains of extinct marsupial lion species in Australia

The species - called Lekaneleo roskellyae - roamed an ancient rainforest in the north-west highlands of Queensland about 23million years ago. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 2 months ago

ALAN RUSBRIDGER: Abolishing licence fee will make Britain more divided

ALAN RUSBRIDGER: The BBC itself sailed magnificently on: bigger than both its own stars and the - yes, transient - politicians on whom it reported. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 3 months ago

Tesla auto-braking saves two families from falling tree

Laurence Sanderson from Brentwood in Essex, said that had it not been for the cutting edge automatic brakes in his Tesla, he and his family would have been 'toast'. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 3 months ago

Vikings were fuelled by hallucinogenic herbal tea; felt less pain

Elite Viking fighters, known as berserkers who went into battle without traditional armour, entered into a state of animalistic frenzy before fighting. It is believed a herbal tea caused their 'frenzies'. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 3 months ago

Tech giants have turned San Francisco into a dystopian nightmare

IAN BIRRELL: One fed-up resident showed me Hondurans handing out socks filled with wraps of drugs in front of a building being turned into an upmarket Whole Foods store. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 3 months ago

China using drones to spray “disinfectants” over population

Drones are currently being used in the coastal provinces of Jilin, Shandong and Zhejiang with individual devices disinfecting an area of 16,000 square metres in a single morning. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 3 months ago

Cows talk to each other about weather and food

The study, by a team from the University of Sydney, discovered that dairy cows respond to positive and negative emotional situations and have their own individual moo. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 4 months ago

Bezos throws lavish party at new DC mansion attended by Kushner and Ivanka Trump

Jeff Bezos threw a lavish party at his finally completed Washington DC mansion attended by Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner, Microsoft founder Bill Gates and actor Ben Stiller Saturday night. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 4 months ago

Greenwald arrested, charged with cybercrime in Brazil

Greenwald's website, The Intercept, published damaging conversations between Moro and prosecutors in the Car Wash investigation that showed the judge advising them in the case. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 4 months ago

Ghislaine Maxwell's personal emails have been hacked

Lawyers for Ghislaine Maxwell revealed the hack took place after 2000 pages of court documents relating to Jeffrey Epstein's sex trafficking case were released, and failed to redact her email address. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 4 months ago

Jaguar-Land Rover develops shape-shifting seats

The UK car manufacturer's so-called 'morphable' seat concept is intended to tackle the health risks of sitting down for too long. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 4 months ago

University grade inflation will be stamped out

More than one in four undergraduates (28.4 per cent) achieved the top honour last year. This is double the percentage who gained a first in 2008/09, and up slightly on 2017/18 (27.8 per cent). | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 4 months ago

'This airplane is designed by clowns':Boeing employees KNEW about 737 Max issues

Boeing released the trove internal messages on Thursday that raise serious questions about its development of simulators and the 737 MAX that was grounded in March after two fatal crashes. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 4 months ago

China's most advanced satellite platform successfully enters orbit

The Shijian-20 satellite reached its far-away spot on Sunday after its launch on China's enormous Long March 5 Y3 rocket n December 27. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 4 months ago

Facebook BANS deepfake videos in run-up to 2020 election

Facebook said it will remove deepfakes and other manipulated videos from its platform as the build-up to this year's US general election begins, except content that is 'parody or satire'. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 4 months ago

Australian bird making bushfire crisis worse by dropping embers in dry fields

The Whistling Kite, the Black Kite and the Brown Falcon are all known to use fire as a way to flush out prey from savannahs in Northern Australia. | Continue reading


@dailymail.co.uk | 4 months ago