Arctic seed vault grows as defense against food crisis
The Svalbard Global Seed Vault is ready for doomsday.
Daimler is going all-electric with 'Smart' cars in North America
Say goodbye to the gas-powered 2-seaters at the end of the year.
Google sued by US government for not sharing employee salaries
If it doesn’t comply, the government could cut contracts with the company.
Snowden document suggests NSA could have proof of Russian hack
Looks like the NSA has a history of positively identifying Russian hacks.
President Obama signs nationwide ticket-bot ban into law
The bill aims to ensure equal access to popular events for the general public.
BBC and ITV launch 'BritBox' streaming service in the US
It'll launch at some point at the start of next year, letting you binge all of those classic BBC dramas you've never seen before.
EPA could lock in emissions rules before Trump takes office
The agency says automakers will be able to meet proposed fuel efficiency goals by 2025.
Volkswagen will build EVs in North America starting in 2021
The move is part of the automaker's 10-year plan.
National Intelligence director James Clapper stepping down in January
His legacy will be marked by PRISM and Snowden's revelations.