Thursday, August 18, 2022
"All is well," and Britney Spears will be back soon. That's what the singer told her supporters Tuesday night. The pop star icon went on Instagram to address rumors that have circulated on social media in the past weeks and...
The resolution against his emergency declaration was a stunning bipartisan rebuke to Trump, but lawmakers currently do not have the votes to overturn his veto. Donald Trump issued the first veto of his presidency Friday afternoon, rejecting a congressional resolution...
Twitter is testing yet another new feature: a "subscribe to conversation" button that would let users follow a thread without liking or replying to it. Twitter user and software engineer Jane Manchun Wong (who's known for finding this kind...
House Democrats who swept back into power on the promise to protect people with pre-existing conditions face tough legal and political choices as they try to make good on that vow. Those promises galvanized millions of voters. But now, like...
While romance may be brewing ahead of Valentine's Day, so are some dirty secrets. About 44% of U.S. adults admit to hiding a bank account or debt, or to spending more money than their partner would be comfortable with, according...
Zoom has zipped at hyperspeed along an all-too-familiar arc for hot Silicon Valley startups — from a ubiquitous D.C. darling to an object of suspicion and scrutiny. Just weeks after emerging as the video platform of the locked-down era, where...
Congress Federal authorities and the sergeant-at-arms warned of discussions by “militia violent extremists” to seize control of the Capitol complex on or around March 4. U.S. Capitol Police protective agents stand watch as Nancy Pelosi and other lawmakers hold a news...
You don't have to look far to find ARM chips. They're everywhere, from our phones to laptops and even some of the cloud servers that power the countless online services we depend on every day. And if ARM has...
Unlimited paid time off sounds great on paper. You can take as much time as you need. And you don't have to submit requests, track days or worry about saving time for any unplanned events. But several companies have found...
Tiny musical instruments might just be the key to the future of quantum computing. Gizmodo reports that NIST researchers have built two miniscule (about the width of a human hair), quantum-entangled aluminum drums to measure their properties and lay...

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