The Supreme Court agreed Friday to decide whether state laws that seek to regulate Facebook, TikTok, X and other social media platforms violate the Constitution.
Observing this simple phenomenon had eluded physicists for decades.
Scientists recovered a sample of the virus from an astonishing 5.5 miles below the waves.
“This is our generation’s defining moment. The money is there, the cause is righteous, the world is watching,” UAW President Fain said.
Our laws belong to all of us, and we should be able to find, read, and share them free of registration requirements, fees, and other roadblocks.
A new complaint says that an Amazon confidentiality and non-compete agreement that affects employees at all U.S. locations is illegal.
The state DMV went to extreme lengths to shield Waymo from having to release any information about how it obtained permits for self-driving taxis in San Francisco.
As the use of “e-carceration” spreads globally, invasive, AI-powered surveillance comes with it.
Black holes have been caught “burping” up star remains in a discovery that raises more questions about these objects.
China-linked hackers breached the corporate account of a Microsoft Corp. engineer and are suspected of using that access to steal a valuable key that enabled the hack of senior US officials’ email accounts, the company said in a blog post.
Osama bin Laden categorically denies his involvement in the 9/11 attacks. Bin Laden’s statements in this interview are markedly different from those made in the alleged Osama video tapes.
A dozen of the world’s best telescopes were enlisted to explain the behavior of an object that has puzzled scientists for more than a decade.
Instead of their pay, workers are being offered a money order that must be paid back due to what USPS called a “programming issue.”
To date, Google has processed more than seven billion copyright takedown requests for its search engine. The majority of the reported links are purged from Google’s search index, as required by the DMCA. Recently, however, Google appears to gone a step further, using search takedowns to “moderate” users’ privately saved links collections.
The world’s most prolific fossil fuel major is guilty of human rights violations along with its crimes against the climate. Who’d have guessed?