There aren’t many ways 2018 could have gone worse for the tech industry. It felt like every week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and friends were apologizing for some major privacy blunder or platform manipulation. Self-driving cars proved they weren’t ready to hit the road and Elon Musk nearly self-destructed on Twitter. Electric scooters swarmed cities…
The US Democratic senator announces she has set up an exploratory committee to consider a 2020 bid.
Alexandra Black, 22, had recently graduated and started working at the centre only 10 days before.
Auckland has said goodbye to 2018 and got the world’s New Year celebrations officially underway.
Paul Mock filmed the cane toads riding the python, known as Monty, after a bad storm in Kununurra.
Rights groups call the Philippine president’s comments “repulsive” and “unworthy of his position”.
Donald Trump’s pledge on trade cannot happen if the PM’s Brexit deal goes through, says Johnson.
Dr Nancy Grace Roman, the first woman to hold a senior leadership position at NASA, has died at 93.
The FSB security agency says a US man named Paul Whelan has been charged with spying.
Germany will assume greater international responsibility, Angela Merkel says in her New Year address.