The “Panama Papers” database went live and searchable today, stripping the veil of secrecy from thousands of offshore shell companies and the people who have used them to launder money, hide evidence of crimes, and keep income from the taxman.
PHOENIX — Missing Arizona State University professor Debra Schwartz was found dead Sunday morning in a canyon below the rim of Oak Creek Canyon.
Twitter has moved to block U.S. intelligence agencies from access to a widely used data-mining service it partly owns.
Facebook is being accused of fiddling with its formulas to suppress conservative news.
Some 180 passengers on an EasyJet flight bound for France from Spain were forcibly removed from the plane by Spanish police last week, in an incident that has led some to accuse the British budget airline of discrimination.
In light of White House aide Ben Rhodes’ admission last Thursday that the public was misled on the controversial Iran nuclear deal, senior author and commentator Lt. Col. Ralph Peters on Monday quipped that brutal Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin “could have used this guy.”
The Reebok shoe company released a new sneaker design on Monday in honor of Israel’s 68th Independence Day celebrations.
Wedding bells are ringing for Brie Larson.
More than $12tn (£8tn) has been siphoned out of Russia, China and other emerging economies into the secretive world of offshore finance, new research has revealed, as David Cameron prepares to host world leaders for an anti-corruption summit.
Jerusalem – Women of the Wall prayer rights group staged a priestly blessing in the women’s section of the Western Wall on Monday, despite a ruling by the attorney-general last month in which he refused to allow a similar blessing service during Passover.