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The claim, filed by the ACLU and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, accuses the company of violating labor and civil rights laws by publishing discriminatory job ads.
Google-owned Waze said it's worked with local governments and volunteer map editors to mark closures of thousands of roads across North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia.
Dr Lewis Halsey from the University of Roehampton was watching a small gathering of finches peruse the stocks of his London garden when he wondered why songbirds never appear to be overweight.
Researchers at the University of Arizona used images from Nasa's Dawn Mission to spot the sites of 22 ancient volcanoes that have almost all disappeared.
Astronomers from Penn State university were part of a team that made the finding using Nasa's Hubble Space Telescope, who suggest two possibilities to explain their observations.
'Ever since I was a kid, I have loved the Moon,' Yusaku Maezawa said at SpaceX headquarters and rocket factory in Hawthorne, California, in the middle of metropolitan Los Angeles, late Monday.
According to folklore originating in South Carolina, the Gray Man has appeared since 1822 during stormy weather to warn residents of imminent devastation.
Physicist Dr Mike McCulloch, from Plymouth University, has been awarded £990,000 ($1.3 million) by the US government to develop a fuel-free rocket engine.
It could be rolled out to WhatsApp users worldwide in the next software update released by the Facebook-owned company. (Stock image)
Marine biologists began tagging sharks more than a decade ago but the predators' month-long annual pilgrimage to a seemingly barren area in the mid-Pacific region.
Apple's new iPhone XS and XS Max go on sale on Friday - and the biggest handset Apple has ever made if also its best.
Regions of the brain are automatically activated to analyse whether to believe people from an 'in-group' or 'out-group' when they start talking, according to research led by McGill University (stock image).
Archaeologists from Dyfed Archaeological Trust now believe they have found the specific part of Pembroke Castle in Wales where Henry VII was born more than 500 years ago.
Firms would maximise profits on the 215-mile Anglo-Scottish route because of its long distance and relatively low congestion, according to Washington transport information firm Inrix
Inventors from Florida Atlantic University have created soft-shelled robotic jellyfish that have eight hydraulic silicon tentacles and could be used to monitor at-risk marine ecosystems.
The SLAC National Accelerator Lab's facilities at Stanford University in California allowed researchers to see how ions flowed through a lithium battery (stock).
Solar storms - high-speed streams of radioactive particles that fire from the sun - pose a threat to national infrastructure, UK industry and the wider public, according to the Met Office.
Get ready for the Alexa microwave: Amazon may release smart home items with built-in voice assistant
Amazon could be planning to seriously beef up its line of Alexa-enabled devices. It could release eight items, including a microwave, amplifier, receiver, subwoofer and an in-car gadget.
Some Android 9 Pie users were surprised when they discovered the Battery Saver feature had turned on by itself. Google has since apologized, saying it was a test that 'mistakenly' rolled out to all users.
Rather than cram in a plethora of new features, Apple's latest update is about boosting stability, with improvements in everything from FaceID and battery life.