Meta says it’s shut down a giant Russian misinformation network
Over 1,600 sham Facebook accounts were spreading misinformation to European audiences.
Graphic novel with AI-generated art gets unprecedented copyright
An AI system can't currently get a copyright—but what about the people who collaborate with them?
California is hoping to crush the market for stolen catalytic converters
The Golden State has the highest number of catalytic converter thefts. Now it's fighting back.
Europe’s energy crisis could shut down the Large Hadron Collider
In light of Russia's war in Ukraine, CERN officials are considering the energy costs of particle physics experiments.
The US government is inching closer to a deal to secure TikTok in the US
Insiders reportedly say that negotiators have cleared an early hurdle, although there's a lot left to discuss.
Cacao was probably loved by all, even 1,000 years ago in Maya culture
Chemical analyses of ancient Maya vessels reveal cacao was enjoyed outside of royal parties.
Scientists think we can get 90 percent clean energy by 2035
The last 10 percent will be the trickiest part.
Forecasters warn Floridians to prepare for rapidly intensifying Hurricane Ian
The storm could reach a Category 4 as it heads towards Florida's western Gulf coast.
Watch the Air Force sink a ship very quickly
The technology from the Air Force Research Laboratory is aptly named "Quicksink."
What’s a pig butchering scam? Here’s how to avoid falling victim to one
Thousands have lost huge sums after being lured into fraudulent online investment schemes by seemingly attractive strangers who strike up online conversations with them.