• Associated Press

    Indiana sues TikTok, citing safety and security concerns

    Indiana's attorney general on Wednesday sued Chinese-owned social media app TikTok, claiming the video-sharing platform misleads its users, particularly children, about the level of inappropriate content and security of consumer information. Republican Attorney General Todd Rokita claimed in a complaint filed Wednesday that while the social video app says it is safe for users 13 years and older, the app contains “salacious and inappropriate content" available to young users “for unlimited periods of time, day and night, in an effort to line TikTok’s pockets with billions of dollars from U.S. consumers.” TikTok is owned by ByteDance, a Chinese company that moved its headquarters to Singapore in 2020.

  • PA Media: UK News

    Heaton-Harris to announce timing of MLA pay cut ‘very, very soon’

    Ireland’s minister for foreign affairs suggested that the pay cut would take effect in January.

  • People

    Hall & Oates' John Oates on His Past Mental Health Struggles: 'Something's Lifted Off of Me'

    "For so long, I had been on this hamster wheel of traveling and touring and hotels and shows, but then all of a sudden, I was able to reflect," Oates tells PEOPLE as he releases new song "Pushin' a Rock"