On the Hill today: Schumer's much-hyped closed-door AI regulation forum, including Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, and more.
One man and one woman have been arrested after using an excavator to dig a giant hole through the Great Wall of China.
India just became the 4th nation to land a spacecraft on the moon — it joins the United States, Russia, and China.
Piers Morgan on Elon Musk's dropping Twitter for X: "I like it, I never liked that little damn bird anyway."
Plastic surgeon has her medical license revoked after state med board investigated her for livestreaming ops on TikTok.
“Orwellian?" A federal judge in Louisiana rules against Biden admin for violating First Amendment re: social media.
WILD story: Experts are looking for someone in Ohio who has likely been infected with COVID — FOR AT LEAST 2 YEARS.
Elon Musk’s Neuralink said it has FDA approval to conduct the first clinical trial of its experimental device in humans.
California, Arizona, and Nevada, have a new plan to significantly cut water use from drought-strained Colorado River.
Record fine for Meta: EU fined Facebook's parent company a record $1.3 billion for violeting landmark data privacy law.
Montana has become the first state in the U.S. to enact a complete ban on TikTok. It will be challenged legally.
Fox News' Sean Duffy calls critical TikTok comments of patrons standing for National Anthem a “national security risk.”
Five environmental groups sued the FAA over SpaceX Starship launch program following April's launch and explosion.
There it goes: After a brief delay, SpaceX launched Starship, the most powerful rocket ever built.
Musk on OpenAI: “being trained to be politically correct, which is simply another way of saying untruthful things."
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Bob Lee, Cash App creator and former CTO of Square, was reportedly killed in a San Francisco stabbing on Tuesday.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew appears before House committee as lawmakers try to ban app that has 150 million American users.
The Biden admin is now demanding that Chinese-owned TikTok be sold by parent ByteDance, or the app could face a ban.
Look out, TikTok: Sen. Mark Warner (D-VA) talks about a "broad bipartisan bill" he will introduce to ban foreign tech.
Recount! A new digital map of Japan reveals that the country has 7,000 more islands than previously thought.
The Supreme Court this week is hearing arguments in two cases involving Section 230 of 1996 Communications Decency Act.