Facebook has gathered more than two dozen experts in one place so they can better communicate and address threats quickly.
Volkswagen accepted responsibility for cheating on emissions tests
The company announced Wednesday it tapped Scott Keogh to become president and CEO of Volkswagen Group of America.
In November the company will roll out Facebook Portal, a voice-activated webcam that can be used for video chats.
Jean-Claude Arnault was convicted of raping a woman in Stockholm in 2011.
The DOJ says Petrobras violated the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, which bars companies from bribing foreign officials.
Christine Blasey Ford will testify before Congress at 10 a.m. ET on Thursday.
After days of negotiations, Ford has agreed to testify before Congress about her sexual assault allegations against Brett Kavanaugh.
Najib Razak is accused of transferring over $600 million to his personal bank account from a state-run investment fund.
USA Gymnastics announced Kerry Perry's resignation Tuesday, saying it's effective immediately.
Kerry Perry's resignation is expected to be announced on Tuesday.
Pope Francis said the 11-page letter written by Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano "speaks for itself."