Tech companies target terrorist propaganda

Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and Google-owned YouTube aim to use "digital fingerprints" to block or remove violent content or efforts aimed at recruiting social media users for terrorist attack cells. (Justin Tallis/AFP)Microsoft, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube are joining forces to identify and prevent the spread of terrorist content online.

Rouhani: Iran won't let Trump void nuke deal

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, center. (Iranian Presidency Office via AP)President Hassan Rouhani warns of unspecified repercussions if Washington reneges on the agreement.

Why Ben Carson worries fair-housing advocates

Ben Carson at the Republican National Convention in July. (Evan Vucci/AP)He is Donald Trump's pick for housing secretary, but his stance on housing reflects his lack of background on the subject.

Trump and the FBI-Apple showdown

A protest in February against the FBI’s request to have Apple unlock a gunman’s iPhone. (Steven Senne/AP)In the past year, one Apple news story proved more memorable than the latest version of the iPhone.

Amazon Go stores: No lines, no cashier jobs

Amazon Go is scheduled to open to the public in early 2017. (Yahoo News)The company's vision for the future of brick-and-mortar grocery stores impresses some people, alarms others.

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