Peiter “Mudge” Zatko, whistleblower and joker in the Twitter-Musk case

Known and respected in the cybersecurity community, the former security chief of Twitter Peiter Zatko is a boon for Elon Musk in the case which opposes him to the social network, even if the scope of the accusations of the launcher warning remain to be demonstrated. Nicknamed “Mudge”, the 51-year-old computer scientist must answer questions … Read more

Elon Musk wants more babies and more oil

The richest man in the world, Elon Musk, himself the father of ten children, on Monday called on his contemporaries to have “more babies” but also to exploit more oil and natural gas. “Believe me: the baby crisis is a big deal,” the 51-year-old entrepreneur told reporters in Stavanger, southwestern Norway, where he was due … Read more

Google Maps helps users save money

Google Maps does more than just find directions. Thanks to Google data, and the use of artificial intelligence, the application can also help you avoid crowded transport, traffic jams, or even know the peak hours of a place. Google Maps will now help you plan your trip better with a new feature that will add … Read more

she contracts an STD in a car and is awarded $5.2 million in damages

An American who contracted a sexually transmitted disease after unprotected sex in her partner’s car has been awarded $5.2 million in damages from the vehicle’s insurer. Read alsoBertille Bayart: “Insurers, thieves?” According to the woman’s lawsuit, filed last year in the state of Missouri, her partner negligently infected her with the human papillomavirus (HPV) in … Read more

‘Baby Holly’ found alive 41 years after her disappearance in the United States

Texas authorities announced on Thursday June 9 that they had found an American woman who went missing in 1981 as an infant alive, and called for help to unravel the mystery that still surrounds the murder of her parents. Read also“I still believe in it, I will never abandon it”: the relentless quest of the … Read more

Homeless man drowns in US without police intervention

A homeless man drowned in the United States in front of police officers who refused to intervene, according to images and a transcript released Monday (June 6) by authorities. Read alsoAfter the massacre in Texas, the police under the fire of criticism Called out on May 28 at dawn near an artificial lake in Tempe, … Read more

US Chief of Staff shows Washington’s determination in the Baltic Sea

The American Chief of Staff, General Mark Milley, showed on Saturday the determination of the United States to support Sweden and Finland before their accession to NATO, aboard the USS Kearsarge, the largest ship American warships having never anchored in the port of Stockholm. Read alsoWar in Ukraine: what military losses on both sides after … Read more

Mexican religious leader pleads guilty to sexually abusing minors

Naason Joaquin Garcia, leader of a Christian cult founded in Mexico, “The Light of the World”, pleaded guilty to sexually abusing three underage girls in California, the prosecutor of this American state announced on Friday June 3. Read alsoMarlène Schiappa: “Sectarian excesses are once again a real priority” Naason Joaquin Garcia, 53, was arrested for … Read more

Former Colombian leader of the Cali Cartel dies in US prison

Ex-drug lord Gilberto Rodríguez Orejuela, who was long considered one of the world’s biggest drug traffickers after the death of Pablo Escobar, has died aged 83 in a US prison, his lawyer has confirmed Wednesday, June 1 at AFP. Read alsoMónica Ramírez Cano, the criminologist trapped in the minds of drug lords “We mourn the … Read more

US remains ‘concerned’ after UN visit to Xinjiang

The United States on Saturday expressed “concern” about possible limits placed by Beijing on the visit to Xinjiang by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, said the Secretary of State American Antony Blinken. “The United States remains concerned about the visit of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Michelle Bachelet, and … Read more