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Democrat-controlled Vermont Legislature attempts to override Republican governor's vetoes

Democrat-controlled Vermont Legislature attempts to override Republican governor's vetoes

The Democrat-controlled Vermont legislature returned to the Statehouse on Monday to try to override Republican Gov. Phil Scott’s vetoes, including his rejection of a bill cracking down on the use of online personal data by companies.
Tobacco-like warning label for social media sought by US surgeon general who asks Congress to act

Tobacco-like warning label for social media sought by US surgeon general who asks Congress to act

The U.S. surgeon general has called on Congress to require warning labels on social media platforms similar to those now mandatory on cigarette boxes . In a Monday opinion piece in the The New York Times, Dr.
A year after the Titan's tragic dive, deep-sea explorers vow to pursue ocean's mysteries

A year after the Titan's tragic dive, deep-sea explorers vow to pursue ocean's mysteries

PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — The deadly implosion of an experimental submersible en route to the deep-sea grave of the Titanic last June has not dulled the desire for further ocean exploration, despite lingering questions about the disaster.
AI chatbots use Canadian news, but Ottawa won't say if they should be paying for it

AI chatbots use Canadian news, but Ottawa won't say if they should be paying for it

OTTAWA — The federal government is dodging questions about whether AI companies should be paying Canadian news publishers for content their chatbots are openly using.
NASA's Voyager 1, the most distant spacecraft from Earth, is doing science again after problem

NASA's Voyager 1, the most distant spacecraft from Earth, is doing science again after problem

DALLAS (AP) — NASA's Voyager 1, the most distant spacecraft from Earth, is sending science data again. Voyager 1's four instruments are back in business after a computer problem in November, the Jet Propulsion Laboratory said this week.
Keeping children safe on social media: What parents should know to protect their kids

Keeping children safe on social media: What parents should know to protect their kids

At what age should kids be on social media? Should they be on it at all? If they aren't, will they be social pariahs? Should parents monitor their conversations? Do parental controls work? Navigating social media as a parent — not to mention a child
2 political outliers claim seats in European Parliament by leveraging social media's viral power

2 political outliers claim seats in European Parliament by leveraging social media's viral power

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — One is a wildly popular, seemingly happy-go-lucky YouTuber from Cyprus. The other is a brash, fringe figure of Spain's far right who rails against unauthorized immigrants.

Kansas lawmaker's law license suspended over conflicts of interest in murder case

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How Elon Musk's $44.9B Tesla pay package compares with the most generous plans for other U.S. CEOs

How Elon Musk's $44.9B Tesla pay package compares with the most generous plans for other U.S. CEOs

Even though the median U.S. CEO pay package last year was nearly 200 times more than a worker in the middle of their company pay scales, Elon Musk's record-setting Tesla compensation dwarfs them by comparison.
Alberta First Nation seeks more control over historical resources on lands

Alberta First Nation seeks more control over historical resources on lands

An Alberta First Nation in the province's oilsands region is seeking more control over the traces left by ancestors on their traditional lands.