"Richmond is one of the safest cities in North America," Okabe said in a statement to CBS News. "We believe the incident involving a child and sea lion is a rare and isolated occurrence and we would not expect to see it happen again.
The government in Italy has ruled that children must be vaccinated against 12 common illnesses before they can enrol for state-run schools.
Brazil's President Michel Temer has said he will ask the Supreme Court to suspend an investigation against him, because vital evidence has been "manipulated".
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The company has sought to clamp down on how outright fake news sites could make money from advertising on its network, and it introduced fact-checking initiatives in Europe before recent votes in the Netherlands and in France, and coming ones in …
Mark Zuckerberg just announced that Facebook will hire 3,000 people to screen Facebook Live videos for violence. Google has its own army of workers …
Google says it has stopped a phishing email that reached about a million of its customers. The scam claimed to come from Google Docs – a service that allows people to share and edit documents online.
Florida Republican Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen is retiring from Congress, Fox News learned Sunday. Ros-Lehtinen has been a House member since 1989 and will not seek re-election next year.
US defence chiefs have been clarifying the whereabouts of warships that President Trump erroneously suggested last week were sailing for North Korea.
A former Mexican state governor who has been on the run for six months was arrested on Saturday, police said. Javier Duarte, the former governor of Veracruz state, is suspected of corruption, involvement in organised crime, and embezzling millions.