Morgan Wallen has been dropped from performing on “Saturday Night Live” after breaking the show’s COVID-19 protocols. The country singer apologized after he was shown on TikTok socializing maskless at a crowded bar and house party this past weekend.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has ruled that a suburban school district violated the rights of a transgender student who identified as male when it kept him from using the boys’ locker room. His parents say it violated his rights to equal protection.
A legal setback for Uber and Lyft: the companies must now classify their drivers as employees not independent contractors. Just in time for the holiday season, Google has added new tools to it's shopping platform that allows shoppers to know if they're getting the best deals possible. And Sony's Playstation 5 will come with some entertainment apps preloaded in the console along with an optional remote control.
A new TV channel for music videos. Massachusetts has sent COVID-19 texts to people who are living in areas that have consistently high levels of transmission. A big screen you can tuck away in a flash: LG is now selling a rollable, LED 65 inch TV for $87,000.