When Surya Raghavendran dropped his iPhone, he learned to repair it himself. Now he wants to protect that right for everyone in his home state of Michigan.
The suit alleges that the company doesn't do enough to treat mental scars.
In the class action lawsuit, the woman says that thousands of content moderators are subjected to "highly toxic" content as part of the job.
A federal appeals court has ruled that prosecutors can withhold evidence that may prove defendants innocent before they plead guilty.
The new speech wars are a push and pull between individuals, governments and platforms. At the center of this is attorney Marc Randazza, fighting for Nazis, satanists and unapologetic trolls.
Did she throw out more than a thousand dollars worth of his personal items? Or is he making it all up?
"I can't believe this needs saying, but: It's never okay to try to rape somebody, not even in high school."
President Trump's bid to confirm Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court was thrown into uncertainty on Sunday as a woman came forward with explosive allegations that Mr. Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her when they were teenagers more than three decades ago.
Earlier this summer, Christine Blasey Ford wrote a confidential letter to a senior Democratic lawmaker alleging that Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her more than three decades ago, when they were high school students in suburban Maryland.
Crispr has huge potential for application in the biotech industry, and several companies have licensed technology from both groups vying for a patent on a particular strand of gene-editing tech.
This is not an abstract discussion. Defining both ethical and legal responsibility in the world of medical care is vital for building patients' trust in the profession and its standards.
"Many people with felony convictions are unfairly prohibited from voting, and the worst state for this — surprise — is Florida."
When she was 19, Fraidy Reiss, who grew up in an Orthodox Jewish community, was coerced into an arranged marriage with an abusive man.
New York City served as IBM’s “primary testing area” for developing software that enables police to search surveillance video footage for skin color.
Secrecy and speechifying, collegiality and hierarchy, exceptionalism and opulence on the Supreme Court.
India's Supreme Court has struck down a colonial-era law criminalizing consensual gay sex, overturning more than 150 years of anti-LGBT legislation.
How a court battle involving groundbreaking disk-compression software foreshadowed Microsoft’s status as an antitrust darling.
A handful of reports about the impact of Facebook has on the spread of information all point to a single conclusion: The website does more harm than good.
It seemed like a feel-good story... until Johnny Bobbitt revealed that he was still homeless and had seen only a small fraction of the $400,000 raised on his behalf.
Santa Clara County DA says eggs weren't "supported by competent and reliable science."
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