Explainer: The Security Flaw That's Freaked Out The Internet
A wide swath of critical industries, including electric power, water, food and beverage, manufacturing and transportation, were exposed.
Utah law aims to curb teen use of TikTok, Instagram
Utah's governor has signed sweeping legislation aimed at trying to significantly lower use of TikTok and Instagram among young people.
Los Angeles undercover cops identified, information posted online
Leadership within the ranks of the Los Angeles Police Department are being investigated after identities for undercover cops were exposed online.
TikTok's CEO tries to convince lawmakers app isn't a security risk
As TikTok's CEO Shou Zi Chew was set to testify before a House committee on risks, his app connected 150 million active users in the U.S. alone.
Rwanda says Rusesabagina of 'Hotel Rwanda' fame to be freed
Paul Rusesabagina has asserted that his 2020 arrest was in response to his criticism of President Paul Kagame over alleged human rights abuses.
House GOP passes parents' rights bill in clash over schools
The bill would require schools to publish course studies and a list of books kept in libraries, as well as allow parents to exam school budgets.
Georgia law will ban most transgender care for kids under 18
Supporters say the law prevents children from making decisions they may later regret, while opponents say it infringes on parents' rights.