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Justice Department seeks Tesla automated driving documents

"To our knowledge no government agency in any ongoing investigation has concluded that any wrongdoing occurred," Tesla said in the filing Tuesday with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

US wage growth slowed in the final quarter of 2022

"The Fed is still likely to keep raising interest rates at the next couple of meetings, but we expect a further slowdown in wage growth over the coming months to convince officials to pause the tightening cycle after the March meeting," said Andrew Hunter, an economist at Capital Economics.

Child welfare algorithm used in Douglas County faces Justice Department scrutiny

The AP's analysis of Allegheny's algorithm and those inspired by it in Douglas County and other states reveals data points measuring family race, zip code, disabilities and their use of public welfare benefits.



The Trump White House

National Biz


‘Laverne & Shirley’ actor Cindy Williams dies at 75

Cindy Williams, who was among the most recognizable stars in America in the 1970s and 1980s for her role as Shirley opposite Penny Marshall's Laverne on the beloved sitcom "Laverne & Shirley," has died, her family said Monday.

Fact Check

Real Fake News

Report: Social media manipulation affects even US senators

"We've seen how easy it is for foreign adversaries to use social media as a tool to manipulate election campaigns and stoke political unrest," Murphy said. "It's clear that social media companies are not doing enough to combat misinformation and paid manipulation on their own platforms and more needs to be done to prevent abuse."

That's Weird

Glass act: Scientists reveal secrets of frog transparency

"When they're transparent, it's for their safety," said Junjie Yao, a Duke University biomedical engineer and study co-author. When they're awake, they can actively evade predators, but when they're sleeping and most vulnerable, "they have adapted to remain hidden."


Global report highlights link between corruption, violence

"Corruption has made our world a more dangerous place. As governments have collectively failed to make progress against it, they fuel the current rise in violence and conflict – and endanger people everywhere," said Delia Ferreira Rubio, the chairperson of Transparency International.

Gun Control Debate

National Politics

In Iowa, potential 2024 GOP Trump challengers quiet for now

"No one wants to be on a limb by themselves against Trump," said Alan Ostergren, a Republican lawyer in Des Moines who is involved in GOP politics. "They'll all break at some point. But no one wants to go first."