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Blaine Harden: 'The population of North Korea is captive'
Author Blaine Harden has extensively studied the history of U.S.-North Korea relations.
Fayrouz Saad: Our elected leaders should look, act and sound like us
She joins Amna Nawaz on "Uncomfortable" and opens up about how her identity is shaping her campaign and her plans to effect real change in government.
Don't like your iPhone X display notch? There's an app for that
For iPhone X users who want a perfectly rectangular display, they can now splurge on Notch Remover, a new 99 cent app designed to camouflage the top bar that interrupts the complete edge-to-edge display. After Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the 10th-anniversary edition of the iPhone – pronounced
Apple fixes iPhone 'I' glitch
Users who have seen "I" switched out to an "A" and a question mark in a box can now install the latest iOS update to fix the autocorrect glitch.
Apple releases update to fix autocorrect bug
Finally iPhone users can type the letter 'I' again thanks to the latest Apple fix.
Auto-correct bug in iOS 11.1 frustrates iPhone users
Apple offers a fix for the auto-correct software bug that emerged from latest update.
American activist speaks out on refugee crisis: 'It's not just another child in Syria'
Lena Arkawi is assisting the people of Syria but knows she can't come to the aid of all who need it.
Zak Ebrahim: It takes so much energy to hate
The son of a convicted terrorist, Zak Ebrahim rejected his father's teachings and became an advocate for peace.
New problems reported for the Google Pixel 2xl smartphones
Today's tech bytes a new problem for the Google pixel to excel Smartphone. On top of the complaints about money coloring grainy images reviewers are now reporting screen burning. That's when and ghost image remains on the screen and it seems to be happening after just a week if he is Google is
Apple CEO Tim Cook 'encouraged' by President Trump's movement on 'Dreamers'
Apple CEO Tim Cook said he is “encouraged” by President Donald Trump ’s discussions with Democrats to protect the status of “Dreamers,” the thousands of young unauthorized immigrants brought to the U.S. as children. “I think it’s really important for everybody to understand, these folks came to the