The law, which went into effect Monday, now makes it illegal to share nude photos of videos of someone without their permission — whether they're real or fake ones.
The driver continued for a few blocks, until someone ran him down and got him to return to the scene. He said he never saw the cyclist he just struck with his truck. NYPD issued him five citations, all related to truck maintenance, and let him go with a conciliatory pat on the shoulder. Presumably, he went and finished his deliveries.
It's time for lawmakers to reconsider a framework that consistently undervalues female athletes.
There are far-reaching implications for the rest of the technology sector if Apple loses.
Did you know you theoretically could steal a house and get away with it?
As the US moves toward a patchwork collection of conflicting stances and state policies regulating abortion, some advocates see a path for telemedicine to provide relief to patients.
A trial kicking off in Norman, Oklahoma, on Tuesday will provide an unprecedented examination of how the country spiraled into a devastating opioid epidemic — and could indicate to what degree drug companies accused of fueling the crisis will be held responsible in hundreds of other lawsuits still pending across the country.
Fears about PUBG's violence and addictiveness led officials in the Indian state of Gujarat to ban the video game. But things didn't stop there — soon young men were being arrested for gaming.
China, Brazil and members of the EU have weighed the potential risks and outlawed chemicals found in US loaves.
The comedy show does an epic re-enactment of Jim Maloney's struggle to legalize nunchucks.
Copyright issues have plagued YouTube and its community for years, but creators are calling this moment in time one of the worst eras for trying to navigate the platform. Over the past six months, multiple YouTubers have run into issues with what they describe as aggressive copyright claims from record labels.
A former underground provider explains the past — and possible future — of abortion in America.
The newsroom chiefs at these publications raised concerns about the Trump administration's latest threat to the First Amendment.
Sites that offer information on self-administering abortion pills have seen spikes in inquiries.
In the early '70s, far-left activists got the chance to govern Ann Arbor. The first thing they did was make weed essentially legal.
One of the worst landlords in New York City is a man named Ved Parkash, who owns buildings that house nearly 1,500 families in the Bronx.
Governments and space agencies seeking to protect the Earth by changing the courses of potentially hazardous asteroids might face major legal hurdles, experts say.
For an estimated 18 million Americans across the country, Prohibition never ended and they're still prohibited from buying a drink.
The artificial-intelligence system has transformed a corner of suburban Oregon into a testing ground for the future of criminal justice.
The "wolf pack" case inspired widespread anger and protests against sexual assault laws in Spain. But the anti-feminist backlash that followed has helped propel the far right to its biggest gains since Franco.
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