Opinion: The Supreme Court’s next target may be the most important law on the web

After repealing the right to abortion earlier this year, the Supreme Court’s next target may be the most important law the United States has been able to enact in relation to the Internet. On Monday, judges agreed to hear cases against Alphabet Inc., Google Inc., GOOGL, + 3.13% GOOG, + 3.28% and Twitter Inc. TWTR, … Read more

Supreme Court takes internet company immunity in YouTube dispute

Nohemi Gonzalezö√Ñ’s mother, Beatriz Gonzalez, and father, Jose Hernandez, talk about memories of Nohemi during a service to commemorate her death in Long Beach, CA on Sunday, November 13, 2016. Scott Farley | Orange County Register | Getty Images The Supreme court Monday got into the politically divisive issue of whether tech companies should be … Read more

Brazil votes on Sunday. Here’s what you need to know

CNN – Highly contested Brazil Presidential election Less than 24 hours away, and for many Brazilians, the stakes couldn’t be greater. Two household names – former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and current leader Jair Bolsonaro – are vying to become the country’s next president. Depending on who ultimately wins, Latin America’s largest economy … Read more

Pink Floyd: Roger Waters shows in Poland canceled

CNN – Brirtish rock legend and Co-founder Pink Floyd Roger Waters’ concerts in Poland in April have been canceled amid a backlash for the musician’s stance on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Live Nation Poland, the party’s promoter, confirmed the cancellation on Saturday but did not specify a reason. The cancellation comes after Waters, 79, was … Read more

Exclusive: New book reveals Trump’s trade practices including his payment for gold bars

Haberman reveals new details about Trump’s business dealings in the world of real estate in New York City and beyond, from a veiled threat to a magazine owner poised to report his bloated net worth to an admission that his business sometimes has to interact with the mob. According to a report obtained by CNN. … Read more

Semiconductor alliances between the United States and Asia can hold back China

Analysts told CNBC that leading chip makers, including the United States, are forming alliances, in part to secure the semiconductor supply chain and prevent China from being up-to-date. Places like the United States, South Korea, Japan and Taiwan, which have strong semiconductor industries, have sought partnerships around biotechnology. “The direct cause of all of this … Read more

Biden tells UN that Putin’s attempts to ‘extinguish’ Ukraine must ‘make your blood cool’

“Putin claims he had to act because Russia was threatened, but no one threatened Russia and no one but Russia sought conflict,” Biden said in his speech. In his 20-minute speech, Putin warned that he would use “every means at our disposal” if he deemed Russia’s “territorial integrity” to be endangered. The mobilization means the … Read more

Mental health impact on state park, SUNY police calls

The global spread of anxiety, depression and other mental health problems has escalated since the COVID-19 pandemic, affecting police protecting state parks and universities. Members of the State Police Charity Association are tasked with rescuing people in need in the state’s forests or campuses. Sometimes, this means helping someone who is contemplating or trying to … Read more

Rail strike looms and the economic damage it may cause

New York CNN Business – a freight rail strikeAnd the economic disruption it can cause, is getting closer and closer to reality. While two other rail unions reached tentative agreements with the railroad department on new contracts on Tuesday, the two most important unions — which represent the engineers and conductors who make up the … Read more

Unsealed FBI documents reveal series of calls amid Burr’s stock trades

Senator Richard Burr (RN.C) speaks during a Senate Health, Education, Work, and Pensions Committee hearing examining the federal response to Covid-19 and new emerging variables on January 11, 2022 on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. Greg Nash | AFP | Getty Images WASHINGTON – Newly disclosed FBI documents paint a vivid picture of government evidence … Read more