'It's Overwhelming' — The Chinese App Ban Could Cut Off Families
President Trump has given 45 days for a U.S. company to take over TikTok and WeChat or Americans could lose access. That could cut off families.
The video-sharing service TikTok said Friday it was "shocked" by President Donald Trump's executive order. But the administration is deeply skeptical that companies like TikTok and WeChat, a ubiquitous messaging and payment app in China, aren't sharing user information with the Chinese government.
Pakistani police storm home of former PM Khan, arrest 61
Police broke open the door of Khan's residence and found automatic weapons, Molotov cocktails, iron rods and batons used in attacks on cops that week.
China's Xi to meet Putin as Beijing seeks bolder global role
Russia's ongoing invasion of Ukraine is expected to dominate Putin and Xi's discussions.
China says US is spreading disinformation, suppressing TikTok
The Biden administration has reportedly been calling for TikTok's Chinese owners to sell their stakes in the video-sharing app.
Are video games contributing to gambling problems?
Experts say the legalization of gambling, especially in mobile settings, is leading to a blurrier line between that and video games.
Ukrainian mom's visit to the US turned into a mission to help refugees
What started as visit to her son in Chicago is now a mission to help other Ukrainian refugees settle in the Windy City.
Woman sues artificial tears maker after loss of eyeball
Ezricare's artificial tears have been linked to a bacterial infection that is causing blindness, loss of eyes and even death.