Congress doesn’t understand Facebook.
Mark Zuckerberg emerged unscathed from Tuesday’s Senate committee hearing, and he did so in large part because most of the senators who asked him questions had no clue how Facebook worked, what the solutions to its problems are, or even what they were trying to achieve by calling its CEO to testify, other than getting some good soundbites in.
What the first day of the Zuckerberg hearings made clear is that many American lawmakers are illiterate when it comes to 21st century technology.
Trump signs executive order pushing work requirements for the poor:
President Donald Trump is now setting his sights on overhauling the nation’s safety net programs.
Trump signed an executive order Monday directing federal agencies to promote employment for those on public assistance.
The president called for enforcing work requirements that are already in the law and reviewing all waivers and exemptions to such mandates. Also, the executive order asked agencies to consider adding work requirements to government aid programs that lack them.
Shohei Ohtani Rookie Card Sells for $6,725 as His Memorabilia Market Soars:
According to Darren Rovell of ESPN.com, an autographed Topps rookie card of Ohtani sold for $6,725 on Monday.
“His autographed cards have tripled or quadrupled in the last two to three weeks,” said Rick Probstein, whose company was the one to sell the card on eBay, per Rovell.
Cardi B’s baby gift from Jimmy Fallon:
Is Cardi B having a baby girl?
Fertility doctor is father to 11 of clients’ kids, lawsuit says:
A doctor who ran a fertility clinic in Canada used his own sperm to father at least 11 children, a class-action lawsuit alleges.
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