Threaten to assassinate a black Supreme Court justice? Free speech, says Twitter. Tweeting about a study linking the Covid vax to infertility, not so much.
The nation’s Red and Blue states are both consolidating their positions on abortion following Friday’s SCOTUS overturning of Roe V. Wade.
Google’s sentient AI is not only talking, it’s hired a lawyer, a former employee says.
U.S. regulators on Friday authorized the first COVID-19 shots for infants and preschoolers, paving the way for vaccinations to begin next week.
Life insurance companies claims were way up in 2021, according to national news reported by CLG.
China uses Covid ‘health code’ apps to quash bank protests / Tesla catches fire after three weeks in junkyard
Chinese government Covid apps are being to prevent citizens from withdrawing money from banks.
A Google engineer told the Washington Post an artificial intelligence he has talked with is advocating for its rights as a person, and has discussed religion, consciousness, and robotics.
More than half — 53% — of voters say they believe the Biden administration is intentionally letting gas prices increase to make Americans use less fossil fuels.
Now that San Francisco voters have rejected its soft-on-crime district attorney, will Chittenden County voters contemplate the same for no-jail Sarah George?
An Arizona woman has pleaded guilty to using her position in the Democratic Party to illegally harvest ballots in a “sophisticated” ballot abuse scheme.