Tesla's Elon Musk says company's semi truck coming in September
- Pence warns NKorea 'era of strategic patience is over'
- Macron's lead narrows in French presidential election, polls show
- Trump reverses views on Russia, China
- Meghan Markle 'to go to Pippa Middleton's wedding with Prince Harry'
- Staff must file complaint: Air India
- Looking as if Chiefs will open against Patriots
- Kenyans have a banner day at the Boston Marathon
- Monte Carlo Masters 2017
- Fighting talk from Ferrari after Vettel wins Bahrain GP
- USA, Mexico and Canada officially announce 2026 World Cup bid
- White House decides against releasing visitor records
- Spicer: Trump values Bannon's 'commitment to the team'
- Will he or won't he? Nurkic's return still uncertain
- Fugitive manifesto said 'We need to spill … blood'
- U.S. carrier strike group heads toward Korea
April 18, 2017
Nier: Automata DLC adds Square Enix and Platinum Games presidents as bosses
Publisher Square-Enix confirmed that the DLC will be heading to the West though an exact release date wasn't provided. Square Enix has only noted that it will arrive "soon" for both the PS4 and PC versions.
April 17, 2017
Samsung's Bixby won't say hello to you until later this spring
Bixby is expected to become more and more capable in the coming months and years as more and more apps feature voice activation. Although it is technically similar to the other companies' digital assistant, the Samsung Bixby is taking a different approach.
April 17, 2017
Kendrick Lamar drops latest album today
The album features collaborations with U2, Zacari and Rihanna. "It's not uber political like TPAB [ To Pimp A Butterfly ] but it has energy IMO".
April 16, 2017
IS launches chlorine gas attacks in western Mosul
The US-backed Iraqi forces are now battling IS militants in the more densely-populated western half of Mosul. The fight to push ISIS out of the city, the second-largest in Iraq, has been raging since mid-October 2016.
April 15, 2017
Insurers say Trump must do more to stabilize 'Obamacare'
The new marketplace rules, which a majority of consumers criticized in public comments, take effect in 2018. The rules would also allow lower minimum coverage requirements for marketplace policies.
April 14, 2017
Samsung doubles Galaxy S8 supply, expects record sales
Hall also predicted the next iPhone will see strong sales "driven by a strong feature upgrade and robust replacement demand". Instead, Samsung is embedding a virtual home button in the display and moving the fingerprint sensor to the back.
April 13, 2017
Gorsuch heads for confirmation as Senate tears up own rules
Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission, called Gorsuch's confirmation "good news". Democrats consistently tried to tie Gorsuch to Trump, suggesting he won't be independent from the president who nominated him.
April 12, 2017
Canucks fire Desjardins after finishing last
"We made a very hard decision to relieve Willie Desjardins of his duties as head coach today", said Canucks GM Jim Benning . The plan didn't come close to providing the desired results, and Desjardins was eventually the one to pay the price.
April 11, 2017
North Korea may have tested new technology in latest missile
North Korea has continued its threat against the US and South Korea despite several warnings from the worldwide community. Taking out North Korean leader Kim Jong-un and other leaders of the Communist country was also floated as an option.
April 11, 2017
The player always decides - Koeman can not promise Lukaku will stay
Defeat ended a run of five straight wins for the Foxes but manager Shakespeare was confident there would be no hangover in Spain. Midfielder Wilfred Ndidi was absent with a minor groin problem, but is expected to be fit for the match in Madrid this week.