AFP | Admitted some of its student interns worked night shifts and overtime in violation of company policy in its Chinese facility.
Mike Adams | The White House cannot produce a single person who has successfully enrolled through the federally-run exchange Healthcare.gov.
TechDirt | “Hello… you may resolve this issue directly with the claimant at…”
BBC | China condemns decision to bar its scientists from attending a conference in the U.S.
theverge.com | “It would allow the wearer to literally walk through a stream of bullets.”
Adan Salazar | How solar panels became “toxic assets.”
CBS Pittsburgh | Researchers say the app uses a passphrase which only the user, and the other party can know.
Bloomberg | Five people had arteries punctured or torn; objects were temporarily left inside two, and others had nerve damage.
CNN | Why would a bright and promising cardiologist be fired from the University hospital that she had practiced at since 2000?
Extreme Tech | Only way to move Bitcoins out of a private wallet is to have the corresponding private key to authorize the transaction.
AFP | New alliance backed by Google, Yahoo and Microsoft said accessing the Internet in the developing world is unnecessarily expensive.
Claire Carter | Could this be the future of bioweapons?
Mike Krieger | Earlier this week, USA Today reported that massive payment processor MasterCard had joined the FIDO alliance.
Paul Joseph Watson | Hacker warned medical devices could be accessed remotely for “mass murder.”
RT | Developers at Boston Dynamics, an engineering company specializing in robotics, have released video of an untethered robot capable of standing and mobilizing on its own.
Geek | Actually a smaller version of the Cheetah robot, which can run at 28mph while tethered.
NPR | Dozens of open-access journals said they’d be happy to publish an obviously faked paper.
CBC News | 30-metre fossil found by pipeline inspection crew working near Spirit River.
Michael Snyder | Right now, the ground underneath Yellowstone National Park is rising at a record rate.
Daily Mail | Cave network has water sources and vegetation of the floor.
Reuters | Gates owns about 4.5 percent of the $277 billion company and is its largest individual shareholder.
Mercury News | “There will be no way (for the government) to tell who you are or where you are.”
CleanTechnica | E. coli is best known for its connection to serious and potentially deadly food poisoning, but there are many different strains.
ABC News | The product is called Power Flour.
USA Today | Extremist groups, domestic and international, have been particularly savvy in their use of social media.
Fox News | “We hope that beekeepers will see this as a good preventative medicine so that they can avoid using antibiotics.”
AZ Central | The 19 hotshots who died June 30 while battling the inferno did not act negligently or recklessly.
Infowars.com | The rifle is designed specifically with nuclear decommission in mind.
Denver Post | Some calls were from people who didn’t know what to do about the strange snake or turtle that showed up in their yard.
Huffington Post | A year ago, it lost $235 million on revenue of $2.9 billion.
Tech Crunch | The language of the legislative outline that the National Review obtained calls for the “blocking” of net neutrality.
My Fox NY | So far there are about 3,000 robot models integrated in classrooms around the country.
Mac Slavo | If we’re not living in a militarized police state, then please explain what Ohio State University could possibly need with one of these.
Anthony Gucciardi | We are now winning the overall war against the corporate monopoly and genetically modified creations at large.
AFP | 92 percent of “offline adults” also said they had “no interest” in using Internet or email in the near future.
Los Angeles Times | Maybe cats have nine lives, or maybe brain dead people aren’t so dead.
TechDirt | Chief NSA defender has now announced she’s been writing a Senate counterpart to CISPA and is prepared to “move it forward.”
Anthony Gucciardi | New legislation changes will shut down the Monsanto Protection Act rider that granted Monsanto protection from legal action.
Smart Planet | Bulletproof and designed to go where marines and soldiers go on foot.
Elizabeth Renter | In the U.S., we tend to live in a bit of a bubble, accepting everything we are exposed to on a daily basis as normalcy.
Daily Mail | Some of the largest ocean eddies in this region are mathematically equivalent to the mysterious black holes of space.
Space.com | While it is the smallest of the known dwarf planets, it is the largest object in the asteroid belt.
The Verge | New tool examines nearly 350 constitutional themes, organized into topics like the duties of a citizen and the role of the executive.
Anthony Gucciardi | GMO contamination that will ultimately suffocate the entire industry if something isn’t done.
Live Science | …as long as nuclear holocaust, an errant asteroid or some other disaster doesn’t intervene.
CBS | Franken said he has contacted Apple to inquire about how they intend to make sure that users’ privacy is safeguarded.
UK Daily Mail | Scientists were urged to cover up the fact that the world’s temperature hasn’t risen for the last 15 years.
Discovery News | Earth may not be habitable in 1.75 billion years.
Jon Rappoport | Psychiatry is a form of MKULTRA.
Huffington Post | A far-fetched sci-fi fantasy? Not at all.