Hong Kong Police is Shooting Protesters at Point Blank Range
Politics

Hong Kong Police is Shooting Protesters at Point Blank Range

The police in Hong Kong is under new scrutiny after a video surfaced online showing them shooting live rounds in clashes with protesters.
Hong Kong Could Enter Recession After Protests Plummet Retail and Scare Tourists
Politics

Hong Kong Could Enter Recession After Protests Plummet Retail and Scare Tourists

Experts warn that the autonomous territory is headed for a recession after weeks of protests destroyed the retail sector and disrupted the booming tourism industry.
Google to Remove Mandatory Arbitration for Its Employees
Technology

Google to Remove Mandatory Arbitration for Its Employees

Google announced that it will phase out the mandatory arbitration process that employees had to go through to solve internal disputes with the company. The change will go into effect on March 21 and it will affect both current and future employees.
Kavanaugh Avoids Debate over Subpoenaing a Sitting President
Politics

Kavanaugh Avoids Debate over Subpoenaing a Sitting President

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanagh faced a lengthy grilling at the capitol on Wednesday. Kavanagh refused to address a question by one of the panelists whether a sitting president should be subpoenaed.
Amazon’s Facial Recognition Mismatched 28 Lawmakers According to ACLU
Technology

Amazon’s Facial Recognition Mismatched 28 Lawmakers According to ACLU

Amazon’s new facial recognition software is being tested by law enforcement in several US states. However, it turns out that the software may not be as powerful as it first seemed. Reps John Lewis of Georgia, Bobby L. Rush of Illinois and 26 more lawmakers are at the center of these new revelations. The facial recognition technology developed by Amazon mistakenly identified them as people who had actually been arrested for crimes.
Starbucks Must Work Harder to Address Racial Bias According to Brand Experts
Business

Starbucks Must Work Harder to Address Racial Bias According to Brand Experts

Two black men were arrested at a Starbucks store in Philadelphia last week. According to experts, this is a difficult situation and it’s very important for the company to get ahead of the story as soon as possible.

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