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GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz may have violated House rules by shelling out $184,000 in taxpayer funds to rent office space from a longtime friend and donor
Rep. Matt Gaetz's rental agreement with the donor, Collier Merrill, appears to violate House rules.
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A Texas judge said a hospital can take an 11-month-old off life support, but the family and some pro-life groups object
Medical professionals have asked to keep broader political and religious issues out of what they believe is best for the baby.
My hair extensions were a big part of my identity. But after learning how exploitative they are, I’m giving them up forever.
I used to think of my extensions as a gift from one woman to another. The truth is often much worse.
Alabama's state legislature passed a bill that will require convicted child sex offenders to undergo chemical castration prior to their release.
Despite reportedly tracking and ranking its own citizens, China now says AI research should respect people’s privacy
It also said humanity should establish a global governance system to avoid creating a "malicious" AI race.
NASA’s administrator lavishly praised an influential Evangelical ministry during its $10,000-a-table fundraiser. Some experts say his speech vio...
NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine spoke at a Capitol Ministries fundraiser in February. Experts say he may have broken federal ethics rules.
A member of Google’s now-dead AI ethics board is furious with the company for killing the project after a week
Google experienced an intense employee backlash after it announced its new AI ethics council.
Two Theranos whistleblowers created a company to help tech entrepreneurs avoid becoming the next Elizabeth Holmes
The organization, called Ethics in Entrepreneurship, focuses on young entrepreneurs who are just starting their businesses.
Bill Gates is worried about gene editing worsening inequality. Now a top ethicist is raising new red flags.
New technology has made it possible to tinker with the very DNA that makes us who we are, offering fresh hope of new cures for difficult diseases.