U.S. Appeals Court Expediting TikTok Ban Appeal
An injunction is currently blocking the U.S. from banning the app.
A U.S. appeals court will expedite an appeal from the U.S. government in the TikTok case.
The Justice Department is appealing an injunction that blocks the U.S. from ordering Apple and Google to ban TikTok from its app stores.
The Trump administration believes the app is a national security risk, accusing TikTok of providing the Chinese government access to data on U.S. users.
Many prominent Twitter accounts could lose blue checkmarks
Blue checkmarks will still appear on Twitter, but users will now be charged $8 a month if they want to keep their check.
Trump arrested? Putin jailed? Fake AI images spread online
Experts warn that AI-generated images can and will contribute to misinformation, especially online.
TikTok CEO's Capitol Hill testimony raises questions
As lawmakers consider banning TikTok in the U.S., its CEO said "Bans are only appropriate when there are no alternatives."
Jonathan Majors arrested on assault charge in New York
The star of recently-released "Creed III" and "Ant-Man and The Wasp: Quantumania," was involved in a domestic dispute involving a 30-year-old woman.
Daylight savings dispute leaves Lebanon with two time zones
Many Lebanese have found themselves in the position of juggling work and school schedules in different time zones.
Biden sending federal aid to tornado-wrecked Mississippi
President Joe Biden says full federal support is on the way to Mississippi after a series of tornadoes killed 26 and destroyed homes and businesses.