Washington Times | After police used a new technique to arrest a man suspected of being the Golden State Killer, a Maryland legislator proposed a law that would prohibit use of a familial DNA database for the purpose of crime-solving.
Zero Hedge | No word if she’ll shoot him knowing glares as he flirts with the weather girl.
Mac Slavo | Some of Yellowstone’s geysers have been more active lately reigniting fears that the massive supervolcano will erupt.
Daily Mail | Google found itself at the centre of a new privacy scandal yesterday, after it emerged that it has buried a secret microphone in its Nest Secure alarm system.
Sputnik | Sex robots and sex dolls reinforce the view that women are objects and normalise men’s violence against women, three feminist Swedish organisations claim.
Daily Mail | Soon, your boss may want to keep an eye on you in more ways than just whether or not you’re at your desk.
Daily Mail | China is planning to build a power station in space powered by the sun.
Science Alert | Scientists think they’ve identified a previously unknown form of neural communication that self-propagates across brain tissue, and can leap wirelessly from neurons in one section of brain tissue to another – even if they’ve been surgically severed.
John Vibes | According to Nicholas Patterson, a cybersecurity lecturer at Deakin University in Melbourne, Australia, humanoid sex robots that have recently hit the market could potentially be hacked and turned into killing machines.
Daily Mail | Your Twitter DMs have been sticking around long after you’ve deleted them.
Daily Mail | Killer robots are a ‘grave threat to humanity’ and should be banned, the world’s largest gathering of scientists was told.
Bloomberg | Facebook Inc., under pressure to reduce harmful, misleading and fake content, said it is exploring removing anti-vaccine information from software systems that recommend other things to read on its social network.
Daily Mail | The U.S. military wants to expand its use of artificial intelligence in warfare, but says it will take care to deploy the technology in accordance with the nation’s values.
Daily Mail | Google and Amazon tightly control what user data is collected and how it’s used.
Sputnik | The magnetic field protecting Earth from deadly solar impulses makes a sound akin to a heartbeat.
Mac Slavo | In a not so surprising announcement, a French team has discovered during a study that ultra-processed foods accelerate your risk of mortality.
Daily Mail | Scientists say satellite detected unexplained ‘explosions of light’ in cloud-free skies.
RT | President Donald Trump has compelled federal agencies to step up research and development of artificial intelligence (AI) with a new order, calling the US lead in AI of “paramount importance” to America’s national security.
Michael Snyder | Scientists are telling us that we have entered “the sixth major extinction” in the history of our planet.
Free Beacon | Chinese national sentenced to prison linked to Public Security Ministry.
Sputnik | An ultraviolet telescope installed on the Russian satellite Lomonosov has registered light “explosions” in the planet’s atmosphere.
American Mirror | Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar used a portion of her presidential campaign announcement to rant about “climate change,” but the optics proved strange as she was covered in snow.
Daily Mail | Online giant is taking five-second long videos and using facial recognition to verify the identity of vendors on the site.
London Telegraph | Children are spending an average of 23 hours a week on smartphones and other gadgets – twice as much time as they spend conversing with their parents, polling suggests.
Daily Mail | Humans have learned to travel through space, eradicate diseases and understand nature at the breathtakingly tiny level of fundamental particles.
Zero Hedge | Who’s watching the watchers if they simply turn off their robot overlords?
Free Beacon | The American birth rate tied its historical low in the first nine months of 2018, new data from the Centers for Disease Control shows, and demographers say it will likely go lower.
RT | A leading activist on the issue of electromagnetic radiation and its negative impacts on public health has described the rollout of 5G as a “massive health experiment” which could “become a global catastrophe.”
Mac Slavo | The at-home DNA testing company, FamilyTreeDNA has admitted to giving DNA samples to the F.B.I.
Daily Mail | The ‘cell of origin’ thought to trigger all types of cancer and allow the disease to spread has been found, scientists claim.
Daily Mail | Book claims global population will start to decline in 30 years despite UN predictions – and says once it does ‘it will never end’.
Zero Hedge | Considering the vast technological progression witnessed in the last decade, 50 years was “sufficient” to close several gaps with human beings… and mankind must set thorough rules and defined boundaries before it is too late.
CNBC | Elon Musk showed off videos of the first test firing of SpaceX’s Starship Raptor engine in a series of tweets late on Sunday.
Mac Slavo | When 3 year-old toddler Casey Hathaway was found by police three days after he disappeared from his grandmother’s backyard in North Carolina, he told his family that he had “made friends with a bear.”
Politico | “Psychologists’ couches are filling up as Americans seek relief from Trump Anxiety Disorder.”
Daily Mail | An independent child safety advisor for Facebook has spoke out against the social media giant and slammed its approach to child protection.
Breitbart | NewsGuard’s tactic is similar the one used by far-left smear peddlers Sleeping Giants.
Newsbusters | A Google executive sparked backlash from LGBT- supporting employees after using the term “family” in an internal presentation.
Mac Slavo | The recent outbreak of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo is the second worst in recorded history. So far, 743 people have been infected with the virus and 461 of those have died.
CNBC | It can take six to seven years to bring cancer drugs from “mouse to market.”
Daily Mail | So you’re headed to the Super Bowl some year in the future, and you’re wondering how much cash you’ll need for the big game.
Sky News | Amid suspected violations of Apple policy, an iOS version of the software which ran on Apple devices has now been shut down.
CNBC | There’s a FaceTime bug that lets you hear through someone else’s iPhone, even if they haven’t answered your phone call.
Mac Slavo | The Massachusetts attorney general has declared that the family behind the drug Oxycontin is responsible for the opioid epidemic ravaging the United States.
Michael Snyder | The experts are telling us that the Midwest could experience the coldest weather that it has ever seen this week.
Daily Mail | Video site to stop recommending ‘blatantly false’ videos to users.
Daily Mail | Apple will be able to cash in because devices like the iPhone and iWatch could be useful during a natural disaster, the firm believes.
CNS News | During the entire time the Republican-majority House controlled the purse strings of the federal government, it allowed federal funding of Planned Parenthood to continue.
RT | Hyper-progressive Sweden is a bastion of environmentalism and veganism, but a Swedish professor is now drawing ridicule for suggesting that pet owners should feed their dogs a vegetarian diet, all in the name of saving the planet.
Daily Mail | ‘I’m not proud of it, we help to divide people and I wish everyone wasn’t addicted’.