Elon Musk makes cuts to X's election integrity team

Elon Musk, the owner of X, formerly known as Twitter, said Wednesday he has made cuts to X’s election integrity team, which seeks to prevent election interference and manipulation on the platform. Responding to reports of the cuts, Musk wrote on X, “Oh you mean the “Election

Big Mideast peace deal in the air but is it all air?

Last week’s drip of diplomatic leaks from United States officials led to streams of speculation that a grand bargain is in the works that will create the biggest Middle East peace breakthrough since the 1978 Israel-Egypt Camp David accord. Or is this a public relations gambit

How states are taking the lead on AI legislation

Welcome to The Hill's Technology newsletter {beacon} Technology Technology The Big Story States ramp up AI action State legislatures are taking the lead on artificial intelligence legislation, introducing more AI-related bills this year than the previous two years combined.

The Inside Job

"Robert Konashewych was a young police officer with expensive tastes, two girlfriends and a mountain of debt. Heinz Sommerfeld was recently deceased with a large unclaimed estate. Problem, meet solution."

North Korea releases Travis King

Presented by GE Aerospace — Travis King was released to American custody, with help from Beijing and Sweden. {beacon} Defense &National Security Defense &National Security The Big Story Travis King released from North Korea Army Pvt. Travis King is back in U.S. custody after

Watch live: Trump rallies voters in Detroit

Former President Trump on Wednesday evening is set to deliver a speech to autoworkers at Drake Enterprises near Detroit, amid a strike by United Autoworkers (UAW). The speech will occur an hour before the second GOP presidential primary debate, with many speculating Trump is