Diane Greene, the head of Google’s Cloud business, is said to have told employees that it was backing away from the A.I. work with the military.
While voters get ready for California’s primary on June 5, Silicon Valley’s tech community — which had been politically outspoken — has tried to stay largely under the radar.
The president has pardoned political allies and prominent figures whom he said were treated unfairly by prosecutors. The Times’s Supreme Court reporter, Adam Liptak, looks at how this compares with the actions of previous presidents.
With the monthly job-creation streak continuing to set records, the data shed light both on the rebound from the recession and on what’s left to be desired.
The visit by Kim Yong-chol was the first time a North Korean official had set foot in the White House in 18 years. The two sides are trying to reschedule a summit meeting.
North Korea might not be tempted by promises of economic assistance, fearing dependence on aid from Washington — or anyone else.
The economy is in a sweet spot, with steady growth and broad improvement in the labor market.
A tweet “looking forward” to a Labor Department report an hour before its release drew swift condemnation. The report showed strong job growth.
Cleveland Cavaliers center Tristan Thompson was fined $25,000 for failing to leave the court in a timely manner and shoving a ball into the face of the Warriors’ Draymond Green in Thursday night’s Game 1 of the NBA Finals after being automatically ejected
Johnny Manziel showed effectively throwing from outside the pocket in his preseason debut for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats on Friday.