Protests against a plan to build a new training center for police and firefighters in Atlanta have spread to major cities all over the country. Some critics are wary that, if successful, the center could create a precedent for others to follow.
Despite mounting tensions between the United States and its rivals China and Russia, President Biden’s climate envoy, John Kerry, told Yahoo News that the U.S. must work with those adversaries on combating climate change.
A father of five in Panama is encouraging other parents to talk to their kids about bullying after a Twitter post about his own eight-year-old son’s experience went viral this week.
Are China and Russia allies? Here are the key takeaways from the Xi-Putin summit.
Americans do not have to compromise on their quality of life in order to help prevent catastrophic climate change, special presidential envoy for climate John Kerry told Yahoo News.
We took our long-term 2022 Kia EV6 to a Tesla Supercharger in New York to see what it's like.
The biggest news stories this morning: Twitter source code may have leaked online, Intel co-founder Gordon Moore has passed away, It's your last chance to buy from Nintendo’s Wii U and 3DS eShops.
The biggest U.S. banks stand to become even more powerful in the wake of the banking crisis — whereas regional banks could lose their foothold.
Hyundai refreshes the 2024 Sonata with a crisp front end and redesigned rear, plus an overhauled interior with a panoramic display.
S&P now expects a the UK economy to contract by only 0.5% in 2023.
Jack Ma's whereabouts are making headlines again roughly a year after the billionaire founder of Alibaba disappeared from the public eye. Bloomberg reported Monday that Ma had chosen to stay abroad despite China's efforts to restore confidence in entrepreneurs, citing unnamed sources. Within hours, however, news surfaced that Ma actually visited an Alibaba-funded K-12 school in Hangzhou, according to an article published by the school, Yungu.
One of Engadget’s favorite pair of noise-canceling headphones, the Sennheiser Momentum 4, are currently on sale at Amazon for $265.
'What we actually think is happening is that you’re going back to a time where people had two jobs,' Evan Sohn, CEO of Recruiter.com told Yahoo Finance Live.
Cupra is eyeing the U.S. for a potential expansion but must first bolster its market position in Europe and convert its lineup to full-electric.
The wildlife presenter intends to take legal action against Fieldsports Channel Ltd after it claimed he had forged a a death threat to himself.
France is the latest country that is taking steps to ban TikTok from government-managed devices. Stanislas Guerini, the Minister of Public Transformation and Service, and his services issued a succinct statement announcing the move and the reasoning behind this change. Instead of simply banning the social media app, the French government is saying that all recreational apps are now banned from work devices.
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Turmoil in the banking system has made for a murkier outlook for the economy.
A young girl was taken to hospital after she was attacked by dogs in Carrington, Greater Manchester, police said.
Elon Musk values Twitter at about $20 billion, according to a recent email he sent to company employees.
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Pinterest announced today that it's testing ways to integrate Shuffles collage content into Pinterest, starting with shopping. Shuffles, which is Pinterest's collage-making app, launched to general public last November. To use Shuffles, users build collages using Pinterest’s own photo library or by snapping photos of objects they want to include with their iPhone’s camera.
The housing power dynamic has tipped slightly back to favor sellers after the banking turmoil led to a sudden dip in mortgage rates.
Homeless Allan Scott, 42, killed 83-year-old Patricia Holland at her home in Gorleston, Norfolk, after she took him in.
The latest investor updates on stocks that are trending on Monday.
Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong is heading to China for a six-day official visit. Find out what is on the agenda for his first visit in four years.
The one-time stronghold for organized labor became the first state in nearly six decades to repeal a policy limiting unions' power in workplaces they represent.
Brilliant Earth CEO says affordability and mining free are just some of the reasons consumers are turning to lab-made diamonds.
The possession of nitrous oxide is to be made illegal under government plans to tackle anti-social behaviour. But what is 'laughing gas' and why is it being banned?
Activist investor Elliott Investment Management won't be proceeding with plans to nominate its own directors to Salesforce's board, citing improved performance and a clearer "focus on value creation" from the enterprise software company. Elliott is one of five activist investors within Salesforce's ranks, after news emerged at the turn of the year that it had bought a multi-billion dollar stake in the company. Ahead of Salesforce's recent Q4 earnings, Elliott confirmed that it was pushing several of its own candidates toward the board after a turbulent 2022 for Salesforce -- but after a return to financial form, beating growth forecasts and announcing more shareholder returns, it seems this has been enough to convince Elliott that Salesforce has corrected course.
Prescription fees are rising by 30p for people in England.
The European Union has agreed to make a carveout for synthetic fuels in its proposed 2035 ban on the sale of new combustion engine cars.
As the potential indictment of former President Donald Trump over "hush money" scandal looms, TV host Jon Stewart shared his thoughts.
Jamie Masters and Wayne Lewis tried to blow up two ATMs in Essex to get to the cash inside, but failed and were left penniless and later jailed.
So far, the economy has withstood a banking crisis and another rate hike. But for how long?
Some of the biggest names in Hollywood are rushing to sell their multi-million-dollar houses in Los Angeles before a new “mansion tax” kicks in on April 1.
"Fool Me Once" from forensic accounting expert Dr. Kelly Richmond Pope explores some of the most heinous financial crimes in internet history, explaining the hows and whys of these grifts' success.
A recording of a conversation that likely took place between Iosif Prigozhin, a music producer, and oligarch and billionaire Farkhad Akhmedov has leaked online and is gaining traction in Russia. In the audio, Prigozhin and Akhmedov criticise Russia's leadership, in particular President Vladimir Putin.
Police released additional camera footage from a patrol car of Rep. Dean Davis' arrest in Oklahoma City's Bricktown early Thursday.
House Oversight Chairman James Comer (R-Ky.) said recently that his committee’s investigations into Hunter Biden and his business transactions are just “beginning” as he seeks to create a headache for the White House as President Biden prepares to launch his reelection campaign. Comer and his committee are trying to unveil whether Biden’s son’s business dealings abroad…
The 30 women sat in wooden chairs, facing each other in a rectangular formation. At the front of the room was the ruling Communist Party’s hammer and sickle logo, with a sign declaring the meeting’s purpose: “Symposium of unmarried young women of the right age.” Officials in Daijiapu, a town in southeast China, had gathered the women to sign a public pledge to reject high “bride prices,” referring to a wedding custom in which the man gives money to his future wife’s family as a condition of enga
“American workers are desperate for a break.”
“Workers will have more leisure but at the cost of less efficiency and a lower standard of living.”
“We have more important things to do now than spend our lives making a tiny group of very rich people even richer.”
“Some industries and deeply entrenched work cultures mean the four-day workweek may not be realistic for all employees.”
“While workers have spent the last 50 years steadily producing more and more, real wages have not risen at the same rate.”