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Consumers would be notified of AI-generated content under Pennsylvania bill

Consumers would be notified of AI-generated content under Pennsylvania bill

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Internet providers must now be more transparent about fees, pricing, FCC says

Internet providers must now be more transparent about fees, pricing, FCC says

NEW YORK (AP) — Much like nutritional labels on food products, “broadband labels” for internet packages will soon tell you just what is going into the pricing of your service, thanks to new rules adopted by the Federal Communications Commission this
Russia aborts second attempt to launch a heavy-lift rocket from Far East

Russia aborts second attempt to launch a heavy-lift rocket from Far East

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia failed for a second straight day Wednesday to test-launch a new heavy-lift rocket from its Far Eastern space complex. Officials have scheduled a further launch attempt for Thursday.
UN climate chief presses for faster action, says humans have 2 years left 'to save the world'

UN climate chief presses for faster action, says humans have 2 years left 'to save the world'

OXFORD, England (AP) — Humanity has only two years left “to save the world” by making dramatic changes in the way it spews heat-trapping emissions and it has even less time to act to get the finances behind such a massive shift, the head of the Unite
Peter Higgs, physicist who proposed the existence of the 'God particle,' dies at 94

Peter Higgs, physicist who proposed the existence of the 'God particle,' dies at 94

LONDON (AP) — Nobel prize-winning physicist Peter Higgs, who proposed the existence of the so-called “God particle” that helped explain how matter formed after the Big Bang, has died at age 94, the University of Edinburgh said Tuesday.
Manitoba's historic Lido Theatre devastated by fire, police suspect arson

Manitoba's historic Lido Theatre devastated by fire, police suspect arson

THE PAS, Man. — A century-old movie theatre in northern Manitoba is no more, ravaged by flames on suspicion of arson, leaving behind fond memories of snacks for a quarter but also the pain and humiliation of racist rules.
Two tribal nations sue social media companies over Native youth suicides

Two tribal nations sue social media companies over Native youth suicides

Two tribal nations are accusing social media companies of contributing to the disproportionately high rates of suicide among Native American youth.
Telecoms tout eclipse plans after wireless networks handle increased traffic

Telecoms tout eclipse plans after wireless networks handle increased traffic

TORONTO — Canada's two largest mobile carriers say bolstered capacity measures helped their networks handle the extra wireless traffic in hot-spot regions where tens of thousands of people gathered to take in Monday's total solar eclipse. BCE Inc.
Content creation holds appeal for laid-off workers seeking flexibility

Content creation holds appeal for laid-off workers seeking flexibility

With a compact mirror in one hand and an eyelash curler in the other, Grace Xu told her roughly 300,000 TikTok followers she was likely about to be laid off. She was right, she tells them in a subsequent clip.
After police officer's death, Greek soccer fans will need a state-issued QR code to attend games

After police officer's death, Greek soccer fans will need a state-issued QR code to attend games

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — Greek authorities launched a ban on paper tickets for all league soccer matches on Tuesday as part of an effort to crack down on the violence that has plagued the sport for decades.