The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet speaks at a climate event in Madrid in 2019. A recent report of hers warns of the threats that AI can pose to human rights.
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A civil suit filed by the Justice Department this week links exaggerated patient bills to tens of millions of dollars in overcharges by Medicare Advantage plans. A data analytics team facilitated the fraud, the lawsuit alleges.
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Three former U.S. intelligence and military operatives have agreed to pay nearly $1.7 million to resolve criminal charges that they provided sophisticated hacking technology to the United Arab Emirates.
Bill Evans (center), the father of Billy Evans, Elizabeth Holmes' partner, accompanies Holmes into a federal courthouse in San Jose, Calif., for the start of her federal fraud trial.
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Apple released an emergency security software patch to fix a vulnerability that an internet watchdog group says allowed spyware from NSO Group to infect the iPhone of a Saudi activist without any user interaction.
Megan Alexandra Blankenbiller became sick before she was able to get the COVID-19 vaccine. She spent her final days in the hospital trying to help others avoid the same mistake.
A screen capture of the website established by Texas Right to Life encouraging members of the public to submit "anonymous tips" about violators of the state's new restrictive abortion law.
Lyft said it would pay the legal fees for any of its drivers sued under Texas' new abortion law, which it called "incompatible" with company values. Uber quickly followed suit.
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A person scans a QR Code on an Apple Watch to send a digital driver's license temporarily to another mobile phone last month in Salt Lake City. Utah is among eight states that eventually will let users add a license or state ID to Apple Wallet.
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