After copies of voting systems across the country were made public, a group of election security specialists called for an audit of the recall election for California's governor. Their letter sent to the secretary of state's office urges the state to conduct...
More than 12 buses arrive at Canton's transit station in Ohio each morning to fill up before heading south to Cleveland. These buses, owned by Stark Area Regional Transit Authority and El Dorado National, look just like other buses. They are...
After Wall Street's rise to a new high, Asian stock markets fell Friday as investors waited for U.S. job data to see how the coronavirus outbreaks were affecting the largest global economy. South Korea, Hong Kong, Shanghai and Hong Kong...
Uber's ride-hailing services are gaining momentum again after the pandemic. However, it is doing so at a price that raises more questions about its financial viability. Uber's non-profitable delivery service, however, is growing at an alarming pace. This suggests that...
Jennifer Sherlock met a few men through dating apps early in the coronavirus epidemic. She said that the dates were "weird" because they were unmasked, distant, and out in nature. Sherlock found it reckless that a date kept their identities secret...
A robot police dog will visit you if you are homeless and need temporary shelter in Hawaii's capital. It will check your eyes to ensure you don't have any fever. This is just one way public safety agencies can use...
Nikola Corp. founder and former executive chair was released on $100 million bail after pleading guilty to charges that he lied about his startup of electric and hydrogen-powered trucks. He also allegedly deceived novice investors, including those who were...
After a temporary blockade by a federal appeals court, pandemic restrictions for Florida-based cruise ship passengers will continue to be in effect after a Florida lawsuit challenged the previous ruling. A three-judge panel from the 11th U.S. decided in a...
Businesses in distress forced to temporarily close down near Olympic venues. Olympic visitors required to install intrusive apps and allow GPS tracking. Minders secured hotels so that participants would not come in contact with ordinary Japanese people or visit restaurants where...
President Joe Biden stated Friday that social media companies were "killing people" because they failed to check misinformation posted on their platforms regarding COVID-19 vaccines. Biden's remarks came just a day after U.S. Biden's comments came a day after U.S. officials...

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Netflix reports higher 3Q earnings and solid subscriber growth

Netflix reported sharply increased third-quarter earnings Tuesday due to a stronger slate, which includes "Squid Game," a South Korean survival drama that Netflix claims...