Sophisticated and inaccurate altered videos known as “deepfakes” are causing alarm in the digital realm. The highly realistic manipulated videos are the subject of a House Intelligence Committee hearing on Thursday. As Miles O’Brien reports, the accelerating speed of computers…
Novelist Nathan Englander grew up in a highly observant Jewish family. As such, he was accustomed to discipline and observing ritual. When he left his religious community, Englander landed as far away from Orthodox Judaism as he could -- and…
By Mae Anderson, Associated Press
The somewhat crude video of the Facebook CEO, created as part of an art project and circulated on Facebook-owned Instagram over the past few days, combines news footage of Zuckerberg with phony audio.
By Sophia Tareen, Associated Press
Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker signed sweeping protections for abortion on Wednesday in a new law that establishes access to the procedure as a "fundamental right" for women.
By Associated Press
John Vandemoer is the first person to be sentenced in the college admissions bribery case that exposed the lengths that some wealthy parents will go to get their children into the nation's top schools. Prosecutors had sought more than a…
By Tami Abdollah, Associated Press
In a letter sent to FBI Director Christopher Wray, Democratic Sens. Ron Wyden of Oregon and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, who is the ranking member of the committee with jurisdiction over federal elections, asked for answers by July 12 regarding…
By Paul Wiseman, Steve Peoples, Associated Press
Business groups, already uncomfortable with Trump's attempts to stem immigration, are struggling to figure out where to stand in the fast-shifting political climate.
By Michael Balsamo, Associated Press
The Justice Department says President Donald Trump is asserting executive privilege over documents in a fight over a 2020 census question that would ask about citizenship.
By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar, Associated Press
Auditors with the Health and Human Services inspector general's office estimate that in 2016 about 6,600 cases reflected potential neglect or abuse that was not reported.
By Jay Reeves, David Crary, Associated Press
Delegates at the Southern Baptist Convention's national meeting voted to make it easier to expel churches that mishandle abuse cases.
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