WASHINGTON – In a marathon hearing on Thursday, the CEO of TikTok struggled to assuage lawmakers' concerns that the massively popular video app's ties to the Chinese government make it a threat to U.S. national security.
WASHINGTON – The Spokane Republican who leads the House panel charged with internet regulations urged her colleagues during a hearing Wednesday to pass a bipartisan bill that would limit how tech companies collect and use Americans’ personal data.
LOS ANGELES - Kristoffer Reinman, a 32-year-old music producer and investor, was scrolling through Instagram last fall when he began to encounter violent videos - videos of people being shot and mutilated, posted by accounts he said he doesn't follow.
A group of House Republicans on Tuesday introduced a bill that would halt the Department of Veterans Affairs' rollout of a troubled computer system until it fixes problems that have harmed veterans and strained hospital staff since it was launched in the Inland Northwest in October 2020.
Buzz Aldrin, the storied astronaut and former Korean War fighter pilot who made history decades ago by walking on the moon, announced Saturday that he married his "longtime love" in Los Angeles on his 93rd birthday.
A Twitter feature designed to redirect people contemplating suicide has been discontinued by Elon Musk, according to a report. Twitter users searching for self-harm posts and similar content were previously redirected to suicide prevention hot lines and organizations that could help. The program, known as #ThereIsHelp, also provided resources for HIV, vaccines, child sexual exploitation, ...
ORLANDO, Fla. — NASA chased down the Orion spacecraft after its record-breaking reentry into Earth’s atmosphere Sunday to conclude the Artemis I mission that lifted off from Kennedy Space Center more than three weeks ago.
A center-left tech group funded by Google, Apple and other companies is calling on the Biden administration to come to the defense of the industry's embattled liability shield, Section 230, in a high-stakes legal case picked up by the Supreme Court.
During the early hours on Tuesday, darkness will slip across the face of the moon before it turns a deep blood red. No, it isn’t an Election Day omen – it’s one of the most eye-catching sights in the night sky.
It's been a wild several days reporting on Elon Musk and Twitter. On Oct. 27, the world's richest man completed his acquisition of the social media company and immediately fired the firm's CEO and three of its other top executives. Since then, Musk's lieutenants have been at work inside the company, meeting with senior managers and drawing up layoff plans.