The digital world is not designed to keep women safe. New regulations should be.
The legislation, called the Save the Internet Act, faces long odds in the Republican-led Senate.
The House turned back a lobbying campaign by the National Rifle Association and expanded gun controls on domestic abusers in a revamped Violence Against Women Act.
Drivers will pay a toll to enter the heart of Manhattan. From tour buses to motorcycles, many people are complaining and asking for an exemption.
Parliament adopted a measure that would criminalize “abhorrent violent material” shared on social media platforms, threatening huge fines for tech companies and jail for their employees.
In technology, the Trump administration has departed from its anti-regulatory, nationalist approach.
The government says the legislation would combat misinformation that harms the public interest, but rights advocates worry that it could be used to mute free speech.
The National Rifle Association is trying to defeat a provision in the new Violence Against Women Act that could deny firearms to abusive boyfriends. But Congress is changing.
The end of the Mueller investigation reveals that post-Watergate guardrails set up against executive overreach have been smashed and need replacing.
The budget agreement, announced early Sunday, included a new tax on high-end homes and a fee to drive into Manhattan’s busiest areas.