hearing

News

Serial Killer Bruce McArthur’s Sentencing Hearing Begins

Prosecutors warned those in attendance that graphic and gruesome details could affect the well-being of those in the courtroom.
Rachel Browne
2.4.19
Motherboard

These Butterflies Can Hear With Their Wings

For a century, nobody knew why Satyrini butterflies had inflated veins on their forewings. Turns out the structures are hearing aids.
Becky Ferreira
10.17.18
fosta/sesta

Senator Suggests the Internet Needs a FOSTA/SESTA for Drug Trafficking

The West Virginia Senator suggested the idea during the Senate Intelligence Committee hearing on social media.
Samantha Cole
9.5.18
earwax

We Talked to the Guy Behind YouTube’s Most Satisfying Earwax Removal Videos

These clips of ear-canal cleaning will make you feel some type of way.
Peter Slattery
8.14.18
hearing

Five People Told Us What They Do For Their Tinnitus

The remedies they tried include everything from therapy and mindfulness to weed and noise-canceling headphones.
Adriana Ivanova
7.13.18
deflections

Mark Zuckerberg Says Facebook Will Have AI to Detect Hate Speech In ‘5-10 years’

In Silicon Valley, everything is "5-10 years away," which is the same as saying nothing at all.
Jordan Pearson
4.10.18
Facebook

Zuckerberg Says People Don't Understand How Facebook Uses Their Data Because Privacy Policies Are Hard

The Facebook CEO and billionaire told members of Congress that ‘long privacy policies are very confusing.’
Kaleigh Rogers
4.10.18
regulations, eh?

Canada Is Gearing Up to Regulate Cryptocurrency

Canada is poised to become a global hub for cryptocurrencies, and advocates worry excessive regulation will stifle innovation.
Corin Faife
3.20.18
Recap

Everything You Need to Know About the Congressional Cryptocurrency Hearing

Topics ranged from regulation for cryptocurrencies and ICOs to white nationalist extremism.
Jordan Pearson
3.14.18
regulation station

The SEC Is Mad About All These ICOs, Wants the Government to Regulate Cryptocurrency Trading

The commission may need new powers, chairman Jay Clayton told the US Senate.
Jordan Pearson
2.6.18
reproductive rights

Court to Decide If Woman Imprisoned After Stillbirth Will Go Free

On Wednesday, a court will hear the case of Teodora Vásquez, who has spent the last 10 years in a Salvadorian prison after being convicted of self-inducing an abortion, will have to finish out the remainder of her 30-year sentence.
Kimberly Lawson
12.13.17
Living With It

I Went Blind and Started Hearing Colors

My recovery introduced me to new tech that uses sound to help blind people see.
Vanessa Potter
10.10.17
0104