Because thyroid pills are used to treat serious conditions, the federal agency recommends that you continue to take the medication until you can get a replacement.
"We know we have more work to do," Facebook said in a statement to BuzzFeed News.
The move comes less than a day after the company took the same action against Infowars proprietor Alex Jones.
Former and current executives at Tinder have filed a lawsuit claiming the parent company swindled them out of valuable stock options and covered up sexual harassment.
Factal says it combines technology with journalists to deliver real-time alerts about incidents that pose a risk to company facilities and employees.
No, they don’t *actually* disappear.
Google Tracks Your Location Even When The “Location History” Setting Is Disabled. Here's How To Actually Stop It.
Google is tracking your location, even when a setting called “Location History” is turned off.
Musk said he left a meeting "with no question that a deal with the Saudi sovereign fund could be closed." He would still need to present any plan to investors and the board.
Twitter Suspended Proud Boys’ And Founder Gavin McInnes’ Accounts Ahead Of The "Unite The Right" Rally
The company shut down several accounts associated with the far-right group Friday for violating its terms of service on inciting violence.
Unlike other contraceptive rings, which need to be replaced every month, Annovera is inserted and removed by the user every month for a year.
According to a newly released State Department cable, the attack was part of a Russian campaign to sow disinformation about NATO. It came as Russia allegedly was stealing Democrats' emails.
John Cho's new movie Searching might be the first one you see that takes place entirely on a computer screen. But it probably won't be the last.
Microsoft gave the free speech social network 48 hours to "remove posts that advocate for ‘ritual death by torture’ and the ‘complete eradication’ of all Jews."
When tech companies including Uber, Airbnb, DoorDash, and Bird end up in hot water with local regulators, they turn to their customers to bail them out.
A guy literally used it as a public bathroom pass.
Samsung swears the batteries are safe now.
The move comes as states sue the Trump administration to prevent the digital blueprints from being posted online.
After a BuzzFeed News inquiry, Comcast patched the vulnerabilities.
Apple tried to explain why it removed Infowars' podcasts, but not its app, which features the same content.
The city voted for no new cars to hit the streets for a year while it does a study on the effects of ride-hail apps on the city.
Selfies and face filters have changed the way we see ourselves — but some physicians argue that this could be a problem.
It's one hypothesis food safety officials are considering.
Yes, this can happen. Here's what poppy seed lovers need to know.
A new trend on Instagram has thousands of teens using thread pages to share advice. But experts warn that the tips given on these pages could do more harm than good.
The company is trying to combat scientific misinformation on its platform. Wikipedia has been helping the streaming platform describe topics like global warming, the MMR vaccine, and UFOs.
The future of work was supposed to be flexible and fun, but on Upwork, some freelancers feel tethered to their computers by software that takes screenshots and tracks their keystrokes.
It appears the Tesla CEO is serious.
Facebook bought TBH last October and eventually shut it down, but an internal note shows that the company learned a way to target high schoolers through the viral polling app.
The Infowars app has been downloaded an estimated 93,000 times in the last month and is currently ranked 37th in the App Store's News category, according to Apptopia.
The new $10 plan starts Aug. 15.