President Donald Trump answers questions from reporters during an event on protecting seniors with diabetes in the Rose Garden White House, Tuesday, May 26, 2020, in Washington.

Trump threatens social media after Twitter fact-checks him

Weather better for historic SpaceX launch of NASA astronauts
The SpaceX Falcon 9, with Dragon crew capsule is serviced on Launch Pad 39-A Tuesday, May 26, 2020, at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Two astronauts will fly on the SpaceX Demo-2 mission to the International Space Station scheduled for launch on May 27.

NASA astronauts go back to the future with capsule launch
This illustration made available by SpaceX depicts the company's Crew Dragon capsule and Falcon 9 rocket during the uncrewed In-Flight Abort Test for NASA's Commercial Crew Program.

Apple, Google release technology for pandemic apps

Facebook introduces new platform to help small businesses

Video app TikTok names top Disney streaming exec as new CEO
In this July 13, 2015 file photo, Disney chief strategy officer Kevin Mayer visits the company's

This combination photo shows, from left, Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James before an NBA basketball game on Jan. 22, 2020, in New York, Jimmy Fallon at the Time 100 Gala on April 23, 2019, in New York and Kristen Bell at the world premiere of

LeBron James, Spotify, HBO among 2020 Webby Award winners

Quarantine can mean extra screen time for kids and extra guilt for parents
Virus conspiracy-theory video shows challenges for big tech
Privacy groups: TikTok app violating children's privacy
Uber introduces face detection technology to ensure drivers wear masks
FILE - In this Feb. 13, 2020, file photo, Jay Butler, deputy director for infectious diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), speaks to the media in regards to the novel coronavirus, while standing in front of a map marked with areas having reported cases, inside the Emergency Operations Center in Atlanta. In the United States, the nation with the most pandemic deaths, the reporting of vital coronavirus case and testing data is not keeping pace with its speedy spread. Public health officials nationwide lean too heavily on faxes, email and spreadsheets, sluggish and inefficient 20th-century tools.

Faxes and email: Old technology slows COVID-19 response

Twitter to label disputed COVID-19 tweets
Space agency: Human urine could help make concrete on moon
Astronomers find closest black hole to Earth, hints of more
Here come COVID-19 tracing apps - and privacy tradeoffs

Hello, justice, do you hear me? Supreme Court meets by phone

HealthPartners, U of M researchers launch app to fight COVID-19 at neighborhood level

U of M researchers develop new portable coronavirus testing device

Young climate activists slowed by pandemic, but not defeated

St. Paul laundromat using UV rays to combat COVID-19

Dunwoody College instructor uses tech expertise to craft 'ear savers' for health care workers

Trump threatens social media after Twitter fact-checks him
Walt Disney World presenting plans for reopening parks
Former Orono HS star Jon Leuer announces retirement from NBA

Former FBI agent says 'intent' of officers could impact decision on civil rights charges

Minnesota places of worship set to reopen with restrictions Wednesday

'This is the right call': Officers involved in fatal Minneapolis incident fired, mayor says

Police training expert speaks about fatal Minneapolis incident