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In a frame grab from video, United Auto Workers presidential candidate Shawn Fain is interviewed, Friday, Jan. 13, 2023, in Detroit. The vote count in the election to decide the United Auto Workers' top leader should come to an end Thursday. Challenger Fain leads incumbent Ray Curry, but they're still counting challenged ballots that could change the outcome.
People walk outside the U.S. Immigration and Enforcement Processing Center operated by GEO Group Inc. in Adelanto, Calif. The company is facing a lawsuit for the alleged use of hazardous chemicals in the facility during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Gov. Spencer Cox signs two social media regulation bills during a ceremony at the Capitol building in Salt Lake City on Thursday, March 23, 2023. Cox signed a pair of measures that aim to limit when and where children can use social media and stop companies from luring kids to the sites.
Hyundai and Kia are telling owners of over 571,000 SUVs and minivans in the U.S. to park them outdoors because the tow hitch harnesses can catch fire while they are parked or being driven. The Korean automakers are recalling the vehicles.
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew testifies before the House Energy and Commerce Committee on Capitol Hill on March 23, 2023. The hearing was a rare opportunity for lawmakers to question the leader of the short-form social media video app about the company's relationship with its Chinese owner, ByteDance, and how they handle users' sensitive personal data.
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A 2023 Chevy Camaro 2SS Convertible is seen at a dealership in Wheeling, Ill., on Wednesday. General Motors said it will stop making current generation of the brawny muscle car early next year.
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Federal Trade Commission Chair Lina Khan, pictured at her April 2021 confirmation hearing, spoke to Morning Edition on Thursday about the new "Click to Cancel" proposal.
Ethan Mollick, a business professor at the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School, used a photo of himself (left) in an artificial intelligence platform where he generated a deepfake video of himself (right).