Cameras in Chauvin trial 'successful' test run for future court cases in Minnesota


Bad offshore weather delays SpaceX crew launch until Friday
This Sunday, April 18, 2021 photo made available by SpaceX shows, from left, NASA astronauts Shane Kimbrough and Megan McArthur, European Space Agency astronaut Thomas Pesquet and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency astronaut Akihiko Hoshide during a dress rehearsal at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., for their Thursday, April 22 launch. For the first time, NASA is putting its trust in a recycled SpaceX rocket and capsule for a crew.

Apple to host virtual iPad event, may hint at new AirPods

NASA's Mars helicopter takes flight, 1st for another planet
In this image from NASA, NASA's experimental Mars helicopter Ingenuity hovers above the surface of Mars Monday, April 19, 2021. The little 4-pound helicopter rose from the dusty red surface into the thin Martian air Monday, achieving the first powered, controlled flight on another planet.

SpaceX, NASA give 'go' for astronaut launch, 3rd for Dragon
This undated photo made available by SpaceX in April 2021 shows the crew for its third astronaut launch to the International Space Station, during a training session at the SpaceX training facility in Hawthorne, Calif. From left are mission specialist Thomas Pesquet of the European Space Agency, pilot Megan McArthur and commander Shane Kimbrough of NASA, and mission specialist Akihiko Hoshide of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency.

Google Earth adds time lapse video to depict climate change
This image provided by Google shows a still image of the Columbia Glacier in Alaska as part of a new time-lapse video feature coming out as part of the biggest update to the Google Earth app in five years. The app is adding a new video feature that draws upon nearly four decades of satellite imagery to illustrate how climate change has affected glaciers, beaches, forests and other places around the world.

This Friday, Aug. 23, 2019, file photo shows the Instagram app icon on the screen of a mobile device in New York. Facebook says it’s going to test out, again, an option for users to hide those “like” counts to see if it can reduce the pressure of being on social media. Instagram, which Facebook owns, will soon allow a small group of random users to decide whether or not they want to see the number of likes their posts and those of others receive. While at first this option will only be on Instagram, the social media giant says it's also exploring the feature for Facebook.

Users could soon hide 'like' counts on Instagram, Facebook


Amazon claims social network Parler trying to conceal owners
Coinbase soars in market debut, valued near $100 billion
Facebook users can appeal harmful content to oversight board
EXPLAINER: Iran atomic sites targeted by diplomacy, sabotage
This May 16, 2012 file photo shows the Facebook app logo on a mobile device in Philadelphia.

Study: Facebook delivers biased job ads, skewed by gender


Amazon secures enough votes to block union effort
Top court sides with Google in copyright dispute with Oracle
Twitter slowdown in Russia until mid-May; no block for now
Facebook data on more than 500M accounts found online

Myanmar cuts wireless internet service amid coup protests

After hack, officials draw attention to supply chain threats

Ellison calls on internet platforms to prevent sale of fake vaccination cards

Supreme Court sides with Facebook in text message dispute


Microsoft wins $22 billion deal making headsets for US Army


SpaceX launches test rocket, breaks apart before landing


Countering Biden, GOP pitches $568B for infrastructure
LeVar Burton to be 'Jeopardy!' guest host; petition credited
Kirilloff, Albers, Broxton discuss Twins "alternate site" activities in St Paul

Minneapolis City Council continues push to ban less-lethal weapons used by police


Police investigating homicide in Minneapolis' Phillips neighborhood

'He didn't deserve this': Family, friends lay Daunte Wright to rest

Plans still in the works for reopening George Floyd Square, preserving memorial

Alternate juror opens up about Chauvin trial, agrees with jury's verdict

UPDATE: Missing 14-year-old safely located in Pine County