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With abortion now or soon to be illegal in over a dozen states and severely restricted in many more, Big Tech companies that vacuum up personal details of their users are facing new calls to limit that tracking and surveillance. One fear is that law enforcement or vigilantes could use those data troves against people seeking ways to end unwanted pregnancies. History has repeatedly demonstrated that whenever people's personal data is tracked and stored, there's always a risk that it could be misused or abused.
Talks to reach a new contract with union workers at West Coast shipping ports before the existing deal expires this week are going well with no major sticking points, U.S. Labor Secretary Martin Walsh told Reuters on Tuesday. The current contract covering more than 22,000 port laborers at 29 West Coast ports expires on July 1. Retailers, farmers and other U.S. shippers worry that any breakdown in the often-contentious West Coast port labor talks will further disrupt cargo flows and send inflation-fueling transportation costs even higher.
Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Pumpy Tudors and his family adopted the pup Tudor found suffering in extreme heat several weeks ago
Health secretary Becerra said officials are working to increase access to medication abortion, and ensure providers have training and resources.
In her first singles match in a year, Williams fought back but couldn't defeat Tan over three sets, exiting Wimbledon sooner than she had hoped
Atlanta Braves closer Kenley Jansen was put on the 15-day injured list Tuesday because of an irregular heartbeat, the latest heart-related issue in the veteran right-hander's career. The move was made retroactive to Monday when Jansen felt discomfort, manager Brian Snitker said. In November 2018, Jansen underwent a cardiac ablation, a procedure to restore normal heart rhythm.
Joint drills by the United States, South Korea and Japan have a "sinister aim" toward North Korea and are part of a dangerous prelude to the creation of an "Asian version of NATO", North Korean state news agency KCNA said on Wednesday. The reports on KCNA came hours before leaders of South Korea and Japan are due to attend NATO's annual summit as observers for the first time.
The actress and writer joins the PEOPLE Every Day podcast to look back on the groundbreaking achievements of her dad as well as the A&E documentary, Right to Offend: The Black Comedy Revolution
Donald Trump knew supporters had weapons when he urged them to storm the Capitol, says ex-White House aide
The board of Disney has backed embattled chief executive Bob Chapek despite a damaging row over his handling of Florida's so-called "Don't Say Gay" bill.
Hutchinson, who served as a senior aide to former White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows, said Trump refused to ask rioters to stand down on Jan. 6.
Donald Trump's top team knew days in advance of the potential for violence, a former staffer has said.
The emergency department at Western Hospital in Alberton, P.E.I., will be closed Tuesday night at 8 p.m. and reopen Wednesday at 8 a.m., said Health P.E.I. in a news release. The closure is due to a lack of staff. Health P.E.I. said anyone with emergency medical needs should call 911 or seek emergency services when: Experiencing discomfort or tightness in the chest. Experiencing unusual shortness of breath. Experiencing abdominal pain. Experiencing prolonged and persistent headache or dizziness.
The ABC News meteorologist is not holding back.
"Dad bod loading…," JJ Watt captioned the shirtless post on social media
Mets ace Max Scherzer had his minor league rehab start with Double-A Binghamton pushed back a day to Wednesday, but New York manager Buck Showalter says there has been no setback in his recovery from a strained oblique. Scherzer will be pitching on seven days of rest after his first rehab start with the Rumble Ponies on June 21. Over the weekend, New York dashed speculation that the three-time Cy Young Award winner would be ready to return for Sunday's game in Miami.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Michael Stenger, who served as the U.S. Senate’s sergeant-at-arms and resigned after the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol, has died. He was 71. Stenger died Monday of natural causes, according to two people familiar with the matter. One of the people said he had been diagnosed with cancer and had been ill. The people would not discuss details of his condition publicly and spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity. Stenger had served in the role as the sergeant-a
Police in Argentina blocked a major entry point to the capital’s center on Tuesday to keep a group of truckers from joining a downtown protest, adding traffic snarls in Buenos Aires to a series of disruptions caused by anger over rising prices and shortages of fuel across South America, largely as a result of Russia’s war in Ukraine. Cars were backed up for several kilometers (miles) until truckers agreed to open up a lane to regular traffic as they moved to take a protest over diesel shortages and prices that has been going on for weeks to Argentina's capital.
The Fresno County DA’s Office in an update Tuesday identified the victim from Saturday’s fatal stabbing.
TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / June 28, 2022 / HIRE Technologies Inc.V)(OTCQB:HIRRF) ("HIRE" or the "Company"), a company focused on modernizing and digitizing human resources solutions, announces that the Company's Board of Directors has approved the issuance of 2,705,000 stock options, 287,778 RSUs, and 1,350,000 DSUs pursuant to its long-term incentive plan, which includes 2,675,000 stock options, 287,778 RSUs, and 1,350,000 DSUs granted to officers and directors of the Company.