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Repeal and repeal: When the House passed its version of the American Health Care Act, many assumed that the Senate would address some of its perceived shortcomings: too many people being priced out of coverage, loss of essential health benefits. However, if some in the Senate get their way, the version it votes on could see millions more people without insurance.
Listening in: Privacy advocates are raising concerns over Mattel’s always-on, voice-controlled “Aristotle” baby monitor, calling it less “nanny” and more “intruder.”
This is strange: Someone who really hates net neutrality has set up a spambot that is sending massive numbers of identical, cloned comments to the FCC’s website, using the identities of people who have no idea their names have been attached to these comments.
Please explain: Some BMW owners say they’re parking their cars, only to return and find their vehicle in flames. Why does this keep happening?
Batting .333: A new study says safety risks were found in around one-third of all new FDA-approved medications after they had been okayed for use by the agency.