North Carolina's elections director says there is evidence of significant voter fraud that helped a GOP candidate win
Officials are conducting a hearing into whether mail-in ballots were tampered with in a race for the state's 9th congressional district seat in 2018.
Another Cambridge Analytica employee was reportedly subpoenaed by the Mueller probe, and a parliamentary report called Facebook 'digital gangsters.'
Greg Nicotero walks INSIDER through the lengthy process it took to bring "TWD's" scariest villains, the Whisperers, to screen from the comics.
Convicted kingpin 'El Chapo' Guzman is likely heading to the 'Alcatraz of the Rockies' — a US prison where no one has ever escaped
US authorities have said little about where the convicted cartel chief could serve his time, but he seems likely to head to ADX Florence in Colorado.
Thousands from migrant caravan are giving up on trying to enter the US after facing Trump's tough asylum policies
Over 2,000 members of the migrant caravan have either chosen to return home or remain in Mexico on work permits, The New York Times reports.
Gunman who killed 5 coworkers in Aurora, Illinois, previously had his firearm permit revoked, but his gun wasn't taken away
An initial background check failed to detect a felony conviction that should have barred Gary Martin from buying a gun.
In a new 2018 report, BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service, describes how AI works and looks at its present and potential future applications.
A New York-based software platform that allows high growth companies to access VC funding more efficiently is gaining traction among investors.
INSIDER asked showrunner Angela Kang and exec producer Greg Nicotero whether or not Negan deserves a redemption storyline on AMC's "The Walking Dead."
It's 2019. If you know nothing about technology, this guide is a good place to start.
INSIDER breaks down what you may have missed on Sunday's episode of "The Walking Dead," Omega, including some iconic moments from the comic.
Australia's major political parties have been hacked months out from a federal election, Prime Minister Scott Morrison reveals
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said IT networks of the major political parties were compromised by a "sophisticated state actor."
Marriott is offering a 100,000-point welcome bonus for its new luxury credit card which could help justify the $450 annual fee
The new Marriott Bonvoy Brilliant American Express Card is offering a limited-time 100,000-point welcome bonus. Sign up by April 24 to collect it.
Former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe reveals what he says prompted Rod Rosenstein to suggest wearing a wire to record Trump
Andrew McCabe described a "turbulent" period after Trump fired James Comey and the conversation where Rod Rosenstein offered to secretly record him.
The diets of the best basketball players in the world show how insane Tom Brady's lifestyle really is
While most NBA players watch what they eat and attempt to eat clean, they aren't fanatical about what they put in their bodies. Tom Brady is in a league of his own.
Business Insider Intelligence takes a hard look at the retail use cases where AI can make an impact, explores noteworthy examples of retailers implementing the technology, and weighs the benefits of investing in AI today.
The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation has taken over the case and has confirmed that the suspect has been taken into custody.
Find out which delivery features are most important to consumers as well as what fulfillment options retailers should be using to meet consumer demands in this new FREE slide deck from Business Insider Intelligence.
A former West Virginia official who was ousted after calling Michelle Obama an 'ape in heels' admitted to defrauding FEMA out of $18,000
Pamela Taylor, 57, admitted to falsely registering for over $18,000 in FEMA benefits after floods hit Clay County, West Virginia, in June 2016.
UK reportedly concludes it can mitigate risks associated with the use of Huawei equipment in 5G networks
Huawei and its Chinese counterpart ZTE have been accused by the United States of working at the behest of the Chinese government.
LeBron James has been dominant for so long that many of his opponents were in grade school when James made his first All-Star Game
LeBron James' first All-Star Game took place in February 2005. The players he now plays against were in grade school, dreaming of playing in the NBA back then.
Trump urges Venezuela's military to back its self-declared interim president, saying socialism has ravaged the country
Trump spoke in front of a Venezuelan American community Monday at Florida Ocean Bank Convocation Center at Florida International University in Miami.
British lawmakers said Facebook deliberately flouted privacy and competition rules.
The AMC zombie drama was recently renewed for a 10th season. With so many actors leaving, INSIDER asks showrunner Angela Kang how she approaches the show.
'Alita: Battle Angel' wins the Presidents' Day weekend box office, but it's is a long way from profitability
Fox's $170 million movie produced by James Cameron needs to do well globally to make a profit.