San Francisco's police chief, Greg Suhr, resigned under pressure from the city's mayor on Thursday, just hours after an officer's fatal shooting a black woman sparked new outrage in a city whose storybook beauty has been overshadowed recently by high-profile police killings.
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Thursday apologized for the third time in two days for a physical encounter with two opposition members of parliament (MP) that resulted in a spat in the House of Commons last night.
Alphabet's Google Inc unveiled its answer to Amazon's Alexa virtual assistant along with new messaging and virtual reality products at its annual I/O developer conference on Wednesday, doubling down on artificial intelligence and machine learning as the keys to its future.
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg heard from more than a dozen US conservative leaders on Wednesday and said he will work to build trust with users who believe the social network displays politically biased news content.
California moved on Wednesday to dramatically roll back strict mandatory water conservation rules imposed at the height of the state's multi-year drought, after a wet winter eased conditions in parts of the state.
The US House of Representatives passed a bill on Wednesday to provide $622.1 million to control the spread of the Zika virus, far below President Barack Obama's request and lower than Senate legislation.