ABC News (NEW YORK) — Ride-sharing company Uber is launching a new service for teenagers in several major cities and ABC News’ Good Morning America has an exclusive look with one family who has been testing out
CFOTO/Future Publishing via Getty Images (LONDON) — Facebook’s parent company, Meta, was fined €1.2 billion, or about $1.3 billion, for failing to comply with the European Union’s privacy policies. The Irish Data Protection Commission announced the fine
Nitat Termmee/Getty Images (NEW YORK) — As the U.S. hurtles closer to a default on its debt as early as next month, the economic consequences could prove devastating, especially for millions who stand to lose their jobs.
IronHeart/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — A ticking clock in Washington to avert default by raising the nation’s borrowing limit is drawing attention to the $31.4 trillion debt already accrued by the United States government. The country hit its
Jill Smokler, left, is shown during an interview with ABC News’ Janai Norman. — ABC News (NEW YORK) — A year after “soft swinging” allegations embroiled a group of Mormon TikTok influencers in Utah, one of them
GMC (NEW YORK) — General Motors is recalling over 660,000 SUVs due to a potential safety issue involving car seats. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration posted a recall notice on its website Thursday, stating that in
Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images (HELENA, Mont.) — A TikTok ban enacted by Montana — the first state to impose such a law — marked a major step in the growing U.S. backlash against the Chinese-owned social
Firas Abdullah/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images (ORLANDO, Fla.) — Disney announced on Thursday that it canceled plans for a new campus near Orlando, Florida. The development was planned for the Lake Nona region. “Given the considerable changes