“We want to make people aware of a development in our lives.”So began the joint statement issued on January 9 by Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon, and his wife MacKenzie Bezos, announcing the dissolution of their 25-year marriage.
Republicans in Congress are trying to revive a flawed plan to give working parents paid maternity and paternity leave.
Amazon released a blog post today proposing ethical guidelines around the use of facial recognition technology and called for national legislation on the topic.
The deeply divided British Parliament can only seem to agree on one thing: It doesn’t want the United Kingdom to leave the European Union without a deal.
As the latest network to house viral memes, comedy sketches, lip-syncing music videos, and silly challenges, TikTok has quickly become one of the most popular social media apps.
Some House Democrats who took a “no corporate PAC” pledge are already getting pressure to ditch that promise
The House Democratic majority is fragile. The National Republican Congressional Committee recently released its list of 55 targeted districts — many of which are districts Democrats flipped from red to blue in 2018. Republicans are sure to spend a lot of money trying to win them back.
House Democrats are teeing up their next major piece of legislation: an immigration bill that would allow as many as 2.5 million people to apply for legal status and put them on a path that could ultimately lead to US citizenship.
President Trump wants to avoid a disastrous vote curbing his national emergency for the southern border wall, and one option on the table was a potential deal with Senate Republicans. Lawmakers, however, weren’t sure if he’d hold up his end of the bargain, and now the deal looks dead.
Several of the world’s leading CRISPR scientists and bioethicists are calling for a global moratorium on editing human genes that can be passed on from parents to children.
I’ve never stockpiled anything before, because I live in the middle of London, an incredible city that has everything. There are no fault lines or threats of tsunami waves here. I’ve always been skeptical of doomsday preppers, as I’m pretty sure modern life will end with a (climate-induced) whimper and not with a bang, meaning those canned peaches will be long expired by then.