He is a child of privilege turned populist politician, an antidrug crusader who has struggled with drug abuse. Obsessed with death, he has turned his violent vision into national policy.
 Reddit has been trying to make its site more accessible to a wider pool of users, and today the company is planning to show off one of the ways that it plans to do that: by making the service a little bit more like Facebook and Twitter.From today, Reddit is going to start offering users a new profile page design that will let them make posts directly to the pages themselves (not just… Read More
The test indicated that the North was developing a more sophisticated engine, South Korean officials said, declining to provide further details.
 Southeast Asia’s ride-sharing war is spreading to a new frontier after rivals Grab and Uber revealed plans to expand into Myanmar, the country also known as Burma. Singapore-based Grab announced its launch in the country today, its first new market expansion for nearly three years, to take it to seven markets but its U.S. rival wasn’t going to sit in the corner quietly. Digital… Read More
The president stressed that the country was Asia’s bastion of Roman Catholicism, which is steadfastly against same-sex marriage.
Jeff Jones, the president of Uber, leaves the company, Y Combinator launches a vertical for AI startups, according to Bloomberg, Apple assembles a team to work on new augmented reality device and SpaceX recovers capsule and sets sights on Mars. All this on Crunch Report. Read More
Buch, Germany, may not be the place people imagine when they think about far-right populism. A Times reporter traveled there to find out why the movement has such pull.
 According to numerous reports, US authorities today alerted a number of Middle Eastern and African airlines that starting soon, their passengers will have to check any electronic items larger than a cell phone. That means passengers on these flights will have to put their laptops, tablets, Kindles and portable game consoles into their checked baggage for the foreseeable future. There is still… Read More