The US locks up more people than any other country on the planet, and a vastly disproportionate number of its prisoners are black. Less commonly discussed is that so too are many of the officials who jailed them. Andy Martin meets James Forman, author of a revealing new book on the subject
An anonymous reader writes: "Mobile applications that open ports on Android smartphones are opening those devices to remote hacking, claims a team of researchers from the University of Michigan," reports Bleeping Computer.
Kristine Lofgren writes: Home building hasn't changed much over the years, but leave it to MIT to take things to the next level. A new technology built at MIT can construct a simple dome structure in 14 hours and it's powered by solar panels, so you can take it to remote areas.
Torville Jones was just 11 when he saw his head teacher, Philip Lawrence, being fatally stabbed by a gang member outside the gates of St George's High School in Maida Vale.
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair is expanding his luxury property portfolio and joining his wife Cherie as a buy-to-let landlord. He has created Harcourt Ventures Ltd, to manage his growing empire.
Thanks to hourly feeds of puppy milk formula by Sheelagh McAllister, Billy the Squirrel will soon be released back into the wild. Only about 150,000 red squirrels are left in Britain
The president has successfully carried out only seven of the 38 promises in his 'Contract with the American Voter'
As part of an agreement with California regulators, Airbnb will allow the government to test for racial discrimination by hosts.
Mr Trump has criticised former President Barack Obama for 'playing more golf than player sin the PGA tour'
The church’s highest court has ruled that the consecration of its first openly gay bishop violated church law, compounding a bitter rift over homosexuality.