Young investors say they were 'played' by influencer-endorsed cryptocurrency

In early June, when Brayden LeBlanc saw four influencers from the popular esports team FaZe Clan promote a cryptocurrency project, he thought he was about | Continue reading


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Why empty offices aren't being turned into housing, despite lengthy vacancies

"There's a Goldilocks factor": Older offices can be too big or too small. | Continue reading


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Hong Kong police arrest union members for 'seditious' children's books

"They are using children's cartoons to simplify and beautify illegal behavior on political issues," said Senior Superintendent Steve Li. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 5 days ago

As extreme heat becomes more common, ERs turn to body bags to save lives

Doctors in Washington state used human body bags filled with ice and water to rapidly cool the sickest patients affected by record heat last month. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 5 days ago

Anti-vaccine groups changing into ‘dance parties’ on Facebook to avoid detection

Some anti-vaccination groups on Facebook are changing their names to euphemisms like “Dance Party” or “Dinner Party,” and using code words to fit those themes. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 6 days ago

Rand Paul accuses Fuaci of funding Gain of Function research at Wuhan lab

"I want to say that officially," Fauci added. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 7 days ago

Tokyo 2020 Olympics composer apologizes for bullying disabled classmates

Keigo Oyamada, who uses the stage name "Cornelius" once described his abuse in graphic detail. He now apologizes. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 9 days ago

Netflix eyes foray into video games

Netflix CEO Reed Hastings | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 12 days ago

China tightens control over cybersecurity in data crackdown

Tech experts in China who find a weakness in computer security would be required to tell the government and couldn’t sell that knowledge under new government rules. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 13 days ago

Amazon workers petition and two quit over anti-LGBTQ book sales

The company's latest move shows what employees say is a reversal in Amazon’s earlier policies. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 13 days ago

Giant pandas no longer classed as endangered after population growth

Now that the number of pandas in the wild has reached 1,800, Chinese officials have reclassified them as "vulnerable." | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 15 days ago

Trouble in Alaska? oil pipeline is threatened by thawing permafrost

The slope of permafrost where an 810-foot section of the pipeline is secured has started to shift as it thaws, causing braces holding up the pipeline to twist and bend. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 15 days ago

The threat of China invading Taiwan is growing every day. What the U.S. can do

The Chinese military has already begun gray zone operations. An all-out attack on Taiwan looms if Beijing continues to escalate. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 18 days ago

Code in ransomware attack written to avoid computers that use Russian

"They don't want to annoy the local authorities, and they know they will be able to run their business much longer if they do it this way," said an expert. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 19 days ago

Code in ransomware attack written to avoid computers that use Russian

"They don't want to annoy the local authorities, and they know they will be able to run their business much longer if they do it this way," said an expert. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 20 days ago

Hinese astronauts complete first space walk outside new Tiangong space station

The mission, which came days after Beijing celebrated the 100th anniversary of its ruling Communist Party, was televised by state broadcaster CGTN. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 20 days ago

TikTok is taking the book industry by storm, and retailers are taking notice

"BookTok" has sent old books back to the top of bestseller lists and helped launch the careers of new authors. Videos with the BookTok hashtag have been viewed a collective 12.6 billion times. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 21 days ago

Americans demanded freedom from tracking during Covid, then grabbed their phones

If demanding data privacy while using your cell phone doesn't sound inconsistent to you, that's only because you don't know what tech companies do. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 22 days ago

Russia still using 'brute force' to break into computer systems

The U.S. government has a message for just about everyone with a computer: Russia is still using some of the oldest tricks in the hacker book. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 26 days ago

Security robots expand across U.S., with few tangible results

“It would be difficult to introduce a single thing and it causes crime to go down,” one expert said. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 28 days ago

YouTube Reinstates Right Wing Watch

Right Wing Watch said Monday that YouTube had removed its channel for violating the Google-owned video platform's rules. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 29 days ago

UFO Government can't explain 143 of 144 mysterious flying objects

The Department of Defense established the Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force in August to investigate mysterious flying objects. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

WWII codebreaker Alan Turing becomes first gay man on a British bank note

The Bank of England began circulating its new £50 bank notes featuring World War II codebreaker Alan Turing on Wednesday, which would have been the | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

As cash-strapped cities welcome Big Tech to build hundreds of million-dollar data centers in their backyards, critics question the environmental cost. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

A hacker tried to poison a Calif. water supply: as easy as entering a password

On Jan. 15, a hacker tried to poison a water treatment plant that served parts of the San Francisco Bay Area. It didn't seem hard. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

New fossils of giant rhinos – the largest land mammals ever – are found in China

Fossils from two giant rhinos dating back about 22 million years have been unearthed in China, according to a study published Thursday. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

Voting rights advocate Stacey Abrams threw her support behind Sen. Joe Manchin’s voting legislation compromise, handing him a key endorsement. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

Extreme heat in the West could break 200 records and produce temps up to 127 deg

About 200 million people are projected to experience temperatures over 90 degrees over the next seven days, and 40 million over 100 degrees. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

Scott, the ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, said she is troubled by the increasing concentration of wealth among a small proportion of individuals. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

Reality Winner, jailed for leaking NSA secrets about Russian hacking, released early from prison

Winner, 29, was sentenced to five years and three months in prison in 2018 after leaking classified information to The Intercept news outlet. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

'Truth embargo': UFOs are suddenly all the talk in Washington

After 75 years of taboo and ridicule, serious people can finally discuss the mysterious flying objects, and even skeptics say that's a good thing. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

Virtually all hospitalized Covid patients have one thing in common: unvaccinated

"I haven't had anyone that's been fully vaccinated become critically ill," one doctor said. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

'Doge' meme NFT sells for $4M

The meme of an excited Shiba Inu named Kabosu is officially the most expensive meme NFT ever sold. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

Third member of FDA advisory panel resigns over Alzheimer's drug approval

The resignations are in protest over the agency's decision to approve Biogen Inc's Alzheimer's treatment despite the committee's recommendation against doing so. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

McDonald's French fries, carrots, onions: foods that come from Bill Gates farms

Gates does not appear to count his farming investments as the nation’s largest farmland owner as part of his broader strategy to save the climate. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

Biden administration mulls cyberattacks against Russian hackers

Although using the military to take action against cybercriminals wouldn't be without precedent, it's controversial in legal circles. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

“Science” proves kids are bad for Earth

We need to stop pretending kids don't have environmental and ethical consequences. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

China reports first human case of H10N3 bird flu

There is no indication that H10N3 can spread easily in humans. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

China to allow couples to have up to three children to cope with aging society

The policy overhaul comes weeks after data revealed a dramatic decline in births for the world’s most populous country. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

She called out health care misinfo on TikTok. Then, the trolls found her

Savannah Sparks made it her mission to hold health care workers she believes are behaving badly accountable on TikTok. When trolls started threatening her life, she stepped away from the platform. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 1 month ago

Jailed for murder he says he didn't commit, man released after almost 30 years

“They say it takes a village to raise a child. I guess it takes a village to raise justice, too,” Riddick said. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 2 months ago

The House-passed legislation hit a dead end in the Senate due to Republican opposition led by Sen. Mitch McConnell. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 2 months ago

Nine Dead in shooting at San Jose rail yard

A public transit employee, Samuel Cassidy, opened fire on co-workers at the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority before taking his own life, officials said. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 2 months ago

Shell ordered to deepen carbon emissions cuts in 'historic' climate case

The judgement potentially paves the way for other climate legal actions against global energy companies. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 2 months ago

While George Floyd's death changed the world, the tragedy was a stark reminder, specifically for Black Americans, of the deep systemic realities underlying Black life. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 2 months ago

Florida governor signs ban on 'deplatforming' by tech companies

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday signed a law that penalizes social media companies when they ban political candidates. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 2 months ago

Pro-Palestinian activists target Facebook with 1-star app store reviews

The coordinated campaign is meant to protest the company’s alleged censorship of Palestinian accounts and posts. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 2 months ago

CEO, 4 others held in Web gambling crackdow (2006)

Federal authorities nabbed the chief executive of a major British-based gambling site as he passed through the United States to catch a connecting flight in a crackdown that sent shudders through the London stock market. | Continue reading


@nbcnews.com | 2 months ago