Two US trucks carrying food and medical supplies arrived at Venezuela's border this afternoon, according to a US official in the Colombian border town of Cucuta. But it is not clear when or whether the aid will reach people inside the country.
The Apple Store is at a crossroads.
UK telecoms group BT has seen no evidence that technology from China's Huawei poses a security risk.
Lindsey Vonn waved and blew kisses to an appreciative crowd Friday after completing the downhill run of the Alpine combined at skiing's World Championships, savoring every moment as her glorious career nears an end.
It's ski racing's biggest event outside the Olympics and comes with the cachet of a world title to wear with pride for the next two years.
A new year brings a new calendar of exhilarating horse races across the globe.
The biggest global automakers are having a terrible time in the world's largest market with one notable exception: Toyota.
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An odd kind of asteroid has been hiding out in our solar system, close to Venus, and it took a new state-of-the-art surveying camera to detect it.
On the opening night of the 2018 Winter Olympics, journalists and photographers from around the world assembled in a large cabin in the shadow of the Kwandong Hockey Centre. Some sipped tea, having stepped indoors from the teeth-chattering cold, others were seated by tables; reading, typing, preparing for the historic evening ahead.
Apple has fixed the FaceTime group chat bug that let people eavesdrop on unanswered group-video calls.
Fourteen Canadian diplomats are suing their government over a mysterious and lingering illness that they and US diplomats seem to have developed while posted in Cuba's capital.
Juan Guaido spent his entire adult life living under the promises of a socialist utopia, first under Hugo Chavez, then Nicolas Maduro. Now as he battles for Venezuela's presidency, the 35-year-old has adopted the early campaign slogan and stylings of a US president.
Human rights groups and religious freedom advocates are blasting a Russian court for sentencing a Danish Jehovah's Witness to six years in a penal colony, saying the charges of "religious extremism" are unwarranted and unjust.
Europe has told British Prime Minister Theresa May, again, that it will not reopen talks on the Brexit agreement as she arrived in Brussels to persuade EU leaders to agree to key changes as demanded by the UK Parliament.
The partnership between Mark Zuckerberg and Sheryl Sandberg helped turn Facebook into an internet behemoth. But they have been tested by a string of crises and scandals over the last two years.
Apple's business model in China will probably clash with the desires of Beijing's authoritarian government, Ian Bremmer predicted on Thursday.
Germany is moving to break up Facebook's dominant position in gathering data about social media users.
France has recalled its ambassador from Italy for consultations over "unprecedented" and "repeated" criticism by Italian officials, the French foreign ministry said in a statement Thursday.
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