Situational awareness: An undercover investigation conducted by the UK's Channel 4 News revealed that Cambridge Analytica, the data firm that worked with Trump in 2016, claimed to have secretly campaigned in more than 200 elections around the world, using shady tactics that include bribery and prostitution in order to entrap politicians. See the video.
An Arizona pedestrian has been killed by an Uber in self-driving mode, marking the first known pedestrian fatality by an autonomous vehicle.
Why it matters, from Axios' Steve LeVine: Virtually every major car company on the planet, in addition to numerous startups and tech companies, are doing live testing of self-driving vehicles — and pushing policy officials to allow them to do so.
Raj Rajkumar, head of Carnegie Mellon University's leading self-driving laboratory, urged a freeze on the tech while companies figure out what's going on.
"This isn't like a bug with your phone. People can get killed. Companies need to take a deep breath. The technology is not there yet... This is the nightmare all of us working in this domain always worried about."— Raj Rajkumar to Axios' Steve LeVine
A man walks among the vineyards covered in snow in the Champagne region of France. Tomorrow is the first day of spring. Photo: Francois Nascimbeni/AFP/Getty Images
Cynthia Nixon, the actress who famously played Miranda on HBO's "Sex and the City," announced her candidacy for governor of New York in an afternoon tweet.