Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Google's spinoff self-driving car division Waymo announced Monday it added 100 Chrysler Pacifica minivans to its fleet of self-driving vehicles being tested.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry has condemned the parole of a convict in the U.S who murdered a Turkish diplomat in the 1980s.
The past year, so momentous on the political front, also marks a symbolic turning point for rock, with a generation of musical elders starting to exit the stage
Hours after Uber began picking up San Francisco passengers in self-driving cars on Dec. 14, California regulators warned the ride-hailing company to stop immediately and get a special state permit - or face legal action
Rock art that may date back to humanity’s earliest forays out of Africa has been discovered by a one-man archaeological team in Iran. Now, Dr Mohammed Naserifad needs equipment to help analyze the art
The musical ‘La La Land’ and the intimate coming of age drama ‘Moonlight’ lead nominations for the Golden Globes announced on Dec 12
The Street Art Istanbul App, which guides users around the city to discover the art of the streets, suggests over 50 locations, many of which are hidden away in the backstreets
Fire crews in California worked into the night on Dec. 3 sifting through the remains of a warehouse gutted by a blaze during a rave party, with officials saying they fear the death toll could reach 40
Virgin Galactic’s new spaceship has made a successful first glide flight, a key step after a deadly crash of its predecessor two years ago, the spaceflight company said on Dec. 3
President-elect Donald Trump made unsubstantiated claims Nov. 27 of serious U.S. voter fraud and said “millions of people” had cast their ballots illegally, offering no evidence for the assertions he put forth on Twitter.
Back with its first album in eight years, Metallica has returned to its thrash metal roots, making it clear the band hasn’t lost its anger
Police hurled tear gas and flash-bang grenades in response to rowdy protests in Portland, Oregon, as people around the country once again took to the streets denouncing Donald Trump's presidential election victory
Leonard Cohen, the storied musician and poet hailed as one of the most visionary artists of his generation, has died at age 82, it was announced on Nov. 10
U.S. President Barack Obama and President-elect Donald Trump on Nov. 10 put past animosity aside during a 90-minute White House meeting, which Obama characterized as an “excellent conversation,” designed to quell fears about the health of the world’s pre-eminent democracy.
Demonstrators marched in cities across the United States on Nov. 9 to protest against Republican Donald Trump’s surprise presidential election win, blasting his campaign rhetoric about immigrants, Muslims and other groups
Four Turkish citizens missing in the United States have been found, after the fire they lit was seen by rescue teams in California’s Santa Clarita
A ballot measure to make recreational marijuana legal for adults was approved in more states, including California, opening the most populous U.S. state to a burgeoning commercial cannabis market in a major victory for supporters of liberalized drug laws
Category: GÜVEN SAK
Have you seen the Putinphone? Caviar, a Russian jewelry company, has designed a limited edition of them on the occasion of the 63rd birthday of the Russian president.
French singing legend Charles Aznavour, one of the 20th century’s most prolific songwriters who remains active at 92, was honored on Oct. 27 with a Hollywood star presented by California’s Armenians.
Category: ERSU ABLAK
From the very first day that nations were founded, surveillance has always been an integral part of governance.
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