El Chapo 'paid $100m bribe to former Mexican president Peña Nieto'

A witness accuses Enrique Peña Nieto of taking a $100m bribe from drug traffickers in October 2012....

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In a blog post announcing the hire, the company...

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There’s no shortage of iPhone cases out there, of course. But for those who absolutely must have Apple’s stamp on their accessories, the company just dropped a couple of official charging cases for its latest round of handsets — the XS,  XS Max and XR.

The cases, first spotted by MacRumors, maintain a similar design language...

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The 'Spider-Man: Far From Home' Trailer Raises Some Questions

Think Peter Parker got dusted for good in 'Infinity War'? Think again....

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After launching on iOS, Twitter is giving Android users the ability to easily switch between seeing the reverse-chronological “latest tweets” and the algorithmic “top tweets” feeds on their home page. The company announced the rollout at a media event in New York.

The “sparkle button” is a way for Twitter...

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It’s worth noting that there are no new features or other changes here. Everything is still exactly...

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