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U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials said Monday that photos of travelers had been compromised as part of a "malicious cyberattack," raising concerns over how federal officials' expanding surveillance efforts could imperil Americans' privacy.
People in their 20s are the largest group of drivers in these fatal crashes, NHTSA says.
I listened to four years of my Alexa archive and found thousands of fragments of my life: spaghetti-timer requests, joking houseguests and random snippets of “Downton Abbey.” There were even sensitive conversations that somehow triggered Alexa’s “wake word” to start recording, including my family discussing medication and a friend conducting a business deal.
The findings illustrate an extraordinary breadth of engagement in the first congressional election since Donald Trump became president, and only four years after turnout hit a 74-year low in 2014, according to the United States Elections Project.
The study also suggests that men's higher propensity toward this behavior "could help them earn higher wages and explain some of the gender wage gap," said study co-author Nikki Shure.
IRS and U.S. Treasury officials anticipated that fewer people would receive refunds this year and the amounts would be lower, but the refund trends turned out to be similar to the prior year.
New research shows how social schedules and biological rhythms come into conflict along time zone borders.
Like millions of women, Diana Diller was a devoted user of the pregnancy-tracking app Ovia, logging in every night to record new details on a screen asking about her bodily functions, sex drive, medications and mood. When she gave birth last spring, she used the app to chart her baby's first online medical data - including her name, her location, and whether there had been any complications - before leaving the hospital's recovery room.
A new study suggests that poor diets are responsible for more deaths than any other risk factor, leading to 11 million fatalities worldwide each year.
The well-respected survey that's been a barometer of American politics, culture and behavior for more than four decades finally got around to the question that has bedeviled many a household.