MEPs back tougher proposed rules on targeted ads and more
Analysis The European Parliament has adopted a set of amendments to the Digital Services Act (DSA) that makes the pending legislation even more protective of personal privacy and requires businesses to give greater consideration to advertising technology, respecting user choice, and web design.
L.A. mayoral candidate leads protest over DWP rates and billing scandal
Following a federal corruption probe into the Department of Water and Power and city attorney's office, Los Angeles mayoral candidate Mel Wilson on Friday called for the utility to lower billing rates and perform a formal audit of its finances.
Queens man busted for ruinous school bus joyride through Brooklyn * Brooklyn Paper
Prosecutors indicted a Queens man Monday on charges of stealing a school bus last month and taking it for a ruinous joyride across Kings County, causing injuries to numerous people and heavy-duty property damage.
To Build New Habits, Get Comfortable Failing
Most of us don't wake up in the new year resolving, "This will be my year of failure!" But perhaps we should.
If you want to succeed at new habits, you need to first learn to succeed at failing.
The U.S. and Russia are talking, and Ukraine's fate hangs in the balance
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken greets Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov before their meeting on Friday in Geneva, Switzerland.
Who is most to blame for this Lakers season?
The Los Angeles Lakers are in the midst of an incredibly frustrating season that has now introduced blame leaking into the mix. We are not yet even out of January.
How Biden is trying to clean up his comments about Russia and Ukraine
President Biden planned to talk about infrastructure on the anniversary of his inauguration.
But first, he had to clean up some comments he had made about Russia and Ukraine.
Tommy Robinson pursued by creditors for an estimated 2m
Robinson, whose real name is Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, declared himself bankrupt last March.
U.S., European officials hold crisis talks as Ukraine standoff intensifies
BERLIN - Secretary of State Antony Blinken held crisis talks on Ukraine with European allies on Thursday, as the Biden administration seeks to present a unified Western front in deterring Russia from invading its neighbor.
White House looks to clarify Biden's 'minor incursion' comment on Russia and Ukraine
The White House on Wednesday sought to clarify President Joe Biden's comments about a potential Russian invasion into Ukraine, after Biden said the U.S. response would depend on the severity of Russia's actions.