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Maui wildfire becomes latest fodder for disaster conspiracy theorists

One of the most outlandish theories is that the fires were caused by a secret “energy weapon.”
LAHAINA, HI - AUGUST 13:
A rainbow is seen from Put Kukui mountain over burned cars and buildings in Lahaina, Hawaii on Aug. 13, 2023.
LAHAINA, HI - AUGUST 13:
A rainbow is seen from Put Kukui mountain over burned cars and buildings in Lahaina, Hawaii on Aug. 13, 2023.
4d ago

Sage Steele and ESPN part ways after settling lawsuit

Steele said she "decided to leave so I can exercise my first amendment rights more freely."
SportsCenter on ESPN anchor, at pre-race ceremonies during the NASCAR Cup Series Ally 400 in Lebanon, Tenn., on June 26, 2022.
SportsCenter on ESPN anchor, at pre-race ceremonies during the NASCAR Cup Series Ally 400 in Lebanon, Tenn., on June 26, 2022.
4d ago

U.S. watchdog to announce plans to regulate 'surveillance industry'

The Biden administration is making a broad effort to scrutinize the privacy practices of the data broker industry.
President Joe Biden
President Joe Biden

Alarming pattern: Climate disasters hit, and Spanish-language misinformation spreads

Spanish-language disinformation on social media as well as coded language to spread false narratives often flies under the radar of the platform's content moderation policies.
A person uses a piece of cardboard as a sun shade on the Santa Monica pier.
A person uses a piece of cardboard as a sun shade on the Santa Monica pier.

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He was Twitter's fastest-rising star. Now, his past is starting to catch up with him.

Mario Nawfal’s meteoric rise from a little-known businessman to a seemingly omnipresent Twitter celebrity has been met by growing scrutiny.
Photo Illustration: Mario Nawfal and Elon Musk
Photo Illustration: Mario Nawfal and Elon Musk
6d ago

Top U.S. cyber official offers 'stark warning' of potential infrastructure attacks from China

Such tactics would be a stark change from the cyberactivity historically attributed to China, usually espionage and data theft but not destructive attacks.
Image: Senate Homeland Security Committee Considers Nominees For Cybersecurity Posts
Image: Senate Homeland Security Committee Considers Nominees For Cybersecurity Posts

Zuckerberg dismisses Musk for avoiding cage fight: 'It's time to move on'

“I think we can all agree Elon isn’t serious and it’s time to move on,” Zuckerberg said in a post on Threads. "If Elon ever gets serious about a real date and official event, he knows how to reach me."
A side-by-side image showing Elon Musk on the left and Mark Zuckerberg on the right.
A side-by-side image showing Elon Musk on the left and Mark Zuckerberg on the right.
8d ago

Fox's top lawyer exiting company months after $787.5M Dominion settlement

Viet Dinh, Fox’s chief legal and policy officer, plans to step down from his role at the end of the year and become a special adviser to the company, the media company said.
People walk by the News Corporation headquarters, home to Fox News, on April 18, 2023 in New York City. Moments before opening arguments were set to begin this afternoon, Fox News and Dominion Voting Systems said that they had reached a settlement of $787 million in the voting machine company's defamation lawsuit against Fox.
People walk by the News Corporation headquarters, home to Fox News, on April 18, 2023 in New York City. Moments before opening arguments were set to begin this afternoon, Fox News and Dominion Voting Systems said that they had reached a settlement of $787 million in the voting machine company's defamation lawsuit against Fox.
8d ago

Family of Henrietta Lacks files new lawsuit over cells harvested without her consent

The new lawsuit, which targets California-based biopharmaceutical company Ultragenyx, was filed Thursday in Baltimore federal court, the same venue as the recently settled case.
Henrietta Lacks statue
Henrietta Lacks statue

Cruise, Waymo approved to operate robotaxi services in San Francisco despite safety concerns

The California Public Utilities Commission voted to approve the rival services to operate around the clock.
A driverless taxi of Cruise is seen on the road of San Francisco. On the morning of August 7th, the San Francisco Taxi Workers Alliance orchestrate a protest outside the headquarters of the California Public Utilities Commission in San Francisco, vehemently opposing the expansion of driverless car fleets within the city. With impassioned determination, protestors gather to express their strong dissent against the presence of two companies, Waymo and Cruise, providing driverless commercial passenger services. Concerns resonate deeply as demonstrators rally against the perceive threat to the livelihoods of taxi drivers, asserting that the proliferation of driverless vehicles would lead to the erosion of job opportunities in San Francisco. Beyond economic worries, the protestors also highlight the perceive peril of driverless commercial passenger services, pointing to past instances of traffic accidents involving autonomous taxis.
A driverless taxi of Cruise is seen on the road of San Francisco. On the morning of August 7th, the San Francisco Taxi Workers Alliance orchestrate a protest outside the headquarters of the California Public Utilities Commission in San Francisco, vehemently opposing the expansion of driverless car fleets within the city. With impassioned determination, protestors gather to express their strong dissent against the presence of two companies, Waymo and Cruise, providing driverless commercial passenger services. Concerns resonate deeply as demonstrators rally against the perceive threat to the livelihoods of taxi drivers, asserting that the proliferation of driverless vehicles would lead to the erosion of job opportunities in San Francisco. Beyond economic worries, the protestors also highlight the perceive peril of driverless commercial passenger services, pointing to past instances of traffic accidents involving autonomous taxis.
9d ago

Detroit police changing facial-recognition policy after pregnant woman says she was wrongly charged

Porcha Woodruff’s lawsuit says facial recognition identified her, although the victim had never described the carjacker as visibly pregnant.
Porcha Woodruff in Oak Park, Mich., on Aug. 7, 2023.
Porcha Woodruff in Oak Park, Mich., on Aug. 7, 2023.

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