It has been revealed that Google's apology over placing advertising next to extremist material came only after the tech giant was 'read the riot act' at a White Hall summit on Friday.
BY: DAVID SIMS - MAR 22, 2017
Abuse accelerates the physical growth and maturity of children
According to scientists, young girls who are emotionally and physically abused hit puberty eight to twelve months earlier than their peers who do not suffer from abuse.
BY: HARRY MARCOLIS - MAR 22, 2017
Professor Stephen Hawking to go to space with Virgin Atlantic
Professor Stephen Hawking has revealed he is planning to travel into space on Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Atlantic.
BY: JAMES SMITH - MAR 22, 2017
Simulation done to see the response to nuclear attack
US Scientists are conducting a massive computer simulation to work out how the city of New York would respond to a nuclear attack in the heart of Manhattan.
BY: BILLY KIRK - MAR 22, 2017
Israeli army conducts airstrikes in Syria
The Prime Minister's comments came after Israeli warplanes hit several targets within Syria. Syria fired back missiles in retaliation.
BY: JEREMY MORROW - MAR 22, 2017
John Goodman awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
Hollywood star John Goodman paid tribute to the women in his early life, as he was finally awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
BY: CHAD YOUNG - MAR 22, 2017
Livehire look to increase number of women employees in tech industry
LiveHire and insight and technical company CEB have been joined by DropBox, Amazon, and Salesforce as foundation members.
BY: VICKY WEBB - MAR 22, 2017
Researchers wants to send a box into space and make it a house
A group of researchers wants to send a box into space that will eventually house the coldest spot in the universe.
BY: JAMES CARLIN - MAR 22, 2017
NASA is going ahead with plans for a cislunar pathway dispite uncertainity
Despite uncertainty over policy changes under the Trump administration, NASA is going ahead with plans for a cislunar pathway outpost for future human missions.
President Trump still insists Obama wired his New York Office
BY: ADAM WIDMER MAR 20, 2017
President Trump still insists Obama wired his New York Office
Donald Trump has continued to defend his allegations that his New York offices were wiretapped by the Obama administration.
Britain Join confrontation in Russian aggression
BY: ADAM WIDMER MAR 20, 2017
Britain Join confrontation in Russian aggression
British troops have landed in Estonia as part of a massive NATO plan in the Baltic nations to confront Russian aggression.
Seth Meyers compared the humor of Barack Obama and Donald Trump
BY: ADAM WIDMER MAR 20, 2017
Seth Meyers compared the humor of Barack Obama and Donald Trump
Seth Meyers took an opportunity to speak about the humor of Presidents Barack Obama and Donald Trump.
Blac Chyna talks relationship with Rob Kardashian
BY: JASON SPENCER MAR 20, 2017
Blac Chyna talks relationship with Rob Kardashian
Blac Chyna opened up about the strength of her relationship with Rob Kardashian.
Casper Smart happy for Jennifer Lopez after breakup
BY: CARMELO SHEPPARD MAR 20, 2017
Casper Smart happy for Jennifer Lopez after breakup
Casper Smart said that he is happy for Jennifer Lopez having moved on.
Sean Hannity pointed a gun at Juan Williams per CNN
BY: TYLER HENDERSON MAR 20, 2017
Sean Hannity pointed a gun at Juan Williams per CNN
According to a CNN report, Sean Hannity pointed a gun at Juan Williams in studio.
Selena Gomez deletes Instagram
BY: TYLER HENDERSON MAR 20, 2017
Selena Gomez deletes Instagram
Actress and singer, Selena Gomez, deleted Instagram from her phone
Janet Yellen defends interest hike
BY: JEREMY MORROW MAR 20, 2017
Janet Yellen defends interest hike
U.S. Federal Reserve chairwoman, Janet Yellen, justified their decision to implement an interest hike.
Dana White says Mayweather McGregor could happen
BY: BILLY KIRK MAR 20, 2017
Dana White says Mayweather McGregor could happen
UFC president, Dana White, was optimistic about the prospects of a Floyd Mayweather Conor McGregor boxing match occurring.
NBA executives split on 4 man MVP race
BY: ADAM WIDMER MAR 20, 2017
NBA executives split on 4 man MVP race
National Basketball League executives cannot come to a consensus on who should be the league MVP.
Rex Tillerson starts his first international trip as Secretary of State
BY: SARAH WEBB MAR 20, 2017
Rex Tillerson starts his first international trip as Secretary of State
Rex Tillerson, American Secretary of State, began his first major foreign trip in Japan on Thursday.
Marine Le Pen says other European countries will follow Britex
BY: PAUL PATE MAR 20, 2017
Marine Le Pen  says other European countries will follow Britex
French politician Marine Le Pen has said that Britain has shown the way for other countries to exit the European Union, precipitating the eventual fall of the institution.
The United States Justice Department charged two Russian intelligence officers
BY: TRACY WILLIAMS MAR 20, 2017
The United States Justice Department charged two Russian intelligence officers
The United States Justice Department charged two Russian intelligence officers on Wednesday with directing a massive criminal conspiracy that stole data on 500 million Yahoo accounts in 2014.
Former acting CIA director Michael Morrell says no collaboration between Trumo and Russia
BY: AARON SIMS MAR 20, 2017
Former acting CIA director Michael Morrell says no collaboration between Trumo and Russia
Former acting CIA director Michael Morrell cast doubt Wednesday night on allegations that members of the Trump campaign colluded with the Russians.
Bill Ackman done with Valeant investment
BY: JAMES SMITH MAR 20, 2017
Bill Ackman done with Valeant investment
Contrarian investor, Bill Ackman, revealed that his Valeant Pharmaceuticals International investment has come to an end.
Martellus Bennett learning Aaron Rodgers QB language
BY: BILLY KIRK MAR 20, 2017
Martellus Bennett learning Aaron Rodgers QB language
Green Bay Packers tight end, Martellus Bennett, is looking to learn the language of his new quarterback.