Elon Musk wants to save the ‘public square.’ Tech veterans have a reality-check for him.
There's no "easy solutions to this," one Facebook alum said.
Can states outright ban abortion pills? It's unclear.
Conservative states might try that next, if Roe falls.
Can philanthropists help fuel a global clean energy transition?
“What’s happening in philanthropy cannot make up for where there are government policy failures,” says one climate advocate. But "it can help show the solutions.“
Clyburn: 'We still refuse to admit that we have a race problem in this country'
In today’s edition … The new New York congressional map is expected to be finalized today and things could get more tense among Democrats, if that's possible … Colby Itkowitz and Rosalind S. Helderman look at how Pa. officials are girding for November as Donald Trump falsely assails another election … Amy Gardner on Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger reelection race and how after standing up to Trump, he's now courting his voters … but first …
How the GOP assault on social media flipped net neutrality on its head
Republicans, who oppose common carrier rules for telecom, learned to embrace them for tech.
Ryan Zinke makes his 'energy dominance' pitch to Montanans
Ryan Zinke, who led the Interior Department under Donald Trump before resigning under a cloud of ethics investigations, has a good shot at winning Montana's new House seat.
Lawmakers want to get tougher on cyber adversaries
A Texas Republican and a Michigan Democrat both say the U.S. can punch back harder.
Trump uses Pa. primary to continue effort to undermine electoral system
In today’s edition … President Biden is heading out on a trip to Asia where he will try to reassure allies he is still committed to leading a coalition to counter China … Poll Watch: The Senate is poised to clear $40 billion in aid for Ukraine on Thursday. What do polls tell us about where American stand on all that funding? … The Senate next week plans to take up a domestic terrorism bill that the House passed Wednesday night… but first …
Asia-bound Biden gets welcome news on Russia-China trade
But U.S. concerns remain about Beijing’s stance on Ukraine
Meta's Clegg: Facebook’s rule book won’t work in the metaverse
In an interview, the exec calls virtual safety a "philosophically, technologically and legally different phenomenon."
In West Virginia, the clean-energy transition rests on Manchin
To truly understand Manchin's concerns about President Biden's climate and social spending bill, it helps to travel to West Virginia and talk to his constituents about clean energy.
State attorneys general would play a big role in a post-Roe world
Some Democratic AGs are already taking action against abortion bans.
Government’s finally getting its own cybersecurity in order
CISA’s expanding its ability to find and fix cyber bugs
In tough Senate races, Democrats shift away from centrists and toward progressive and diverse candidates
In today’s edition … Pennsylvania's GOP Senate primary is still undecided … Rep. Madison Cawthorn loses his re-election bid … House Democrats strike a deal on domestic terrorism bills following Buffalo shooting… but first …
What McDonald’s, Renault, Sweden, and Finland have in common
They’re all signs the rift with Russia over Ukraine will last
Inside Facebook's political advocacy group
Facebook has come under pressure by lawmakers in Washington. But the company has a loud and aggressive defender: American Edge, a Facebook-funded political advocacy group that has launched a full-throated advertising campaign to fight back.
Suspect in Buffalo rampage cited 'ecofascism' to justify actions
Before 10 people died in a shooting at a Buffalo supermarket on Saturday, the alleged gunman wrote a screed citing “ecofascism,” an ideology that blames environmental problems on immigration and overpopulation.ecof