- Congress sends NSA phone-records bill to president
WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress approved sweeping changes Tuesday to surveillance laws enacted after the Sept. 11 attacks, eliminating the National Security Agency's disputed bulk phone-records collection program and replacing it with a more restrictive measure to keep the records in phone companies' hands.
- JPMorgan Chase getting rid of voicemail for some employees
NEW YORK (AP) — For JPMorgan Chase employees, it might be best not to leave a message.
- Collection of recent editorials from Oklahoma newspapers
A collection of recent editorials from Oklahoma newspapers:
- Lawmakers seeking answers from Takata, US on faulty air bags
WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers expressed frustration Tuesday over the progress of a recall of millions of defective air bags, pointing out that it's still unclear what's causing the air bags to rupture, which vehicles need repairs and whether replacement air bags are truly safe.
- Google planning to expand metro Atlanta data center
LITHIA SPRINGS, Ga. (AP) — Google is planning to expand a metro Atlanta data center.
- Pinterest to unveil 'buyable pins' in next few weeks
NEW YORK (AP) — Users of Pinterest will soon be able to buy items directly through the company's app using a new type of pin.
- Visiting vintage Havana involves some old-school hassles
HAVANA (AP) — Travel experts and upscale magazines are urging travel to Cuba before it changes. But visitors envisioning salsa in the streets and glamorous vintage cars should also be prepared to manage without ATMs, credit cards, Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, seat belts or toilet paper. Here are eight tips for visiting Havana.
- APNewsBreak: Gianforte considering run for governor's office
HELENA, Mont. (AP) — Technology entrepreneur Greg Gianforte said Tuesday he is considering running for Montana governor in 2016, confirming for the first time widespread speculation that he is mounting a challenge to incumbent Democrat Steve Bullock.
- Brown: Prosecuting email leaker not in public interest
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — It would not be in the public's interest to prosecute the state technology manager who leaked the emails of former Gov. John Kitzhaber to the media, Gov. Kate Brown said Tuesday.
- Amtrak CEO vows to put safety technology into operation
WASHINGTON (AP) — An emotional Amtrak CEO pledged to lawmakers Tuesday that safety technology that could have prevented a deadly derailment last month in Philadelphia will be put into operation, while Democrats and Republicans exchanged barbs over whether Congress or the Obama administration is most to blame for railroads not installing the technology.
- FBI behind mysterious surveillance aircraft over US cities
WASHINGTON (AP) — Scores of low-flying planes circling American cities are part of a civilian air force operated by the FBI and obscured behind fictitious companies, The Associated Press has learned.
- The top iPhone and iPad apps on App Store
App Store Official Charts for the week ending June 1, 2015:
- House panel votes to repeal health law's medical device tax
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Republican-run House committee voted Tuesday to repeal a 2.3 percent tax on many medical devices that helps pay for President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
- IRS needs to do more to fight cyberattacks, watchdog says
WASHINGTON (AP) — The IRS has failed to implement dozens of security upgrades to combat cyberattacks, leaving the agency's computer systems vulnerable to hackers, a government watchdog told Congress on Tuesday.
- Home Depot asks judge to dismiss consumers' data breach suit
ATLANTA (AP) — Home Depot is asking a judge to dismiss a federal lawsuit filed by consumers after a massive data breach last year.