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Thousands of vulnerable investors, most of them seniors, failed to see the classic signs of a Ponzi scheme when they invested in Robert H. Shapiro's Woodbridge Group of Companies.
Philip Morris Should Snub Out New E-Cigarette Until Further Study: Critics
Regulator scrutiny of Philip Morris's new smoking device, IQOS, heats up as critics say further trials should be conducted.
Elon Musk's Falcon Heavy Rocket Ready to Launch in January 2018
SpaceX founder Elon Musk previewed the space exploration company's megarocket early Thursday morning at NASA's Kennedy Space Center.
European Union Decision Causes Uber to Lose Traction in Spain
The European Court of Justice Tuesday redefined Uber as a transport service, not a ride-sharing app, setting the service for further regulatory scrutiny of online businesses.
Barack Obama 2010 Nobel Peace Prize Under Fire in Israel
Israeli official demand Barack Obama return his Nobel Peace Prize if the former president stopped Project Cassandra to appease Iran. Cassandra was investigating the global drug trafficking ring led by terrorist group Hezbollah.
WhatsApp, Facebook on France's 'Naughty' List for Data Sharing
France's data-protection agency has given Facebook and WhatsApp a month to comply with data privacy laws governing user information.
Deadly Viruses Are Being Created for Research but Could Kill Millions
The National Institutes of Health has lifted a three-year ban against research into deadly viruses that are capable of finding new cures while balancing the risk of spreading disease and creating worldwide pandemics.
Toyota to Make an Electric Version of Every Car it Sells
After lagging the market for electric vehicles, Toyota announces ambitious plans to catch up and dominate the market.
Two Royal Caribbean Cruises Leave 500 Sick Just Days After Being Voted the Best
Passengers who plan to book a cruise on a big ship may think twice after hundreds of passengers got sick on board two recent Royal Caribbean cruises.