What's leaving Netflix in August might be more noteworthy than what's coming.
Technically Incorrect: In Washington, DC, a security company fits a tracking device onto the leg of a man awaiting trial. But the firm makes an apparently fatal mistake.
The report reveals more than 2,300 data breaches by police staff over a five-year period in the UK, just as the government is trying to expand data-gathering.
After killing a police commander outside his home on Monday night, terror suspect Larosi Abballa took the victim's partner and son hostage and broadcasted to Facebook Live from inside the home.
Technically Incorrect: It was, no doubt, a high-speed chase to rival anything out of Hollywood.
A handwritten lawsuit, now suspected of being a fake, accuses the ride-hailing service of ruining the suspected shooter's life.
A site you might not have heard of is building itself quite a library to compete with Netflix.
If China is the culprit, as intelligence chief James Clapper asserts, the US faces the thorny issue of how to respond.
Technically Incorrect: A man in Maryland allegedly points a gun at a store clerk and, after police give chase, he's found in the back of an Uber car.
Some fridge feature make tons of sense. Others end up on lists like this one.