From Alvin Bragg to Stormy Daniels, these are the all the people you need to know in the wake of the former president’s historic indictment.
The actor was subjected to backlash when it was announced that he would be voicing the beloved Italian plumber in the new upcoming animated movie.
Jennifer Aniston said young people watching "Friends" find it offensive, leading many to share thoughts on the show's divisive storylines and lack of diversity.
A Georgia mother and father say they are grappling with “indescribable pain” of losing custody of their five children — ages 7, 6, 3, 2 and 4 months — after a traffic stop by the Tennessee Highway Patrol that civil rights organizations have called “targeted.”
Trump's campaign said the grassroots donations demonstrated the American people's support for him following his indictment by a Manhattan grand jury.
Alex and Ashley Morris told Insider about living with their family on the road, including finding privacy and solving disagreements between siblings.
In 2018, Ashton Kutcher said he and Mila Kunis, who are thought to be worth about $275 million, don't plan on leaving their children any money.
Gwyneth Paltrow was found not liable for a ski collision that happened in 2016 after jurors say the 76-year-old retired optometrist was at fault.
Kaitlyn Hoch told Insider the crowd at O'Hare International Airport was "super chill and relaxed" as they waited for the storm to pass.
The model, Leeanne Adu, volunteered for the job because she knows "firsthand how critical early detection is."
Customers withdrew another $126 billion the week ending March 22, bringing total industry deposits to their lowest level since July 2021.
For all of the protestations and outrage at the assertion, there are at least two Boston institutions seemingly doing their best to uphold that reputation: the city's two sports radio stations.
Honda issues a stop sale on certain units of the 2023 Civic Type R over a potentially faulty weld in the driver's seat that poses a safety risk.
Two-year-old Nevaeh Muley suddenly died of a Strep A bacterial infection after her siblings had a common cold. What are the symptoms of Strep A?
Updates to the experimental conversational AI service will come as soon as next week, Sundar Pichai confirms.
Growing frustration over French President Emmanuel Macron’s newly passed pension reform law, which has sparked two weeks of angry protests, have benefitted his political opponents and called into question whether he can remain in power, analysts say.
The company today says it has 14 million active users, but almost consistently for the last decade, its financial position has been in a slow decline -- with stagnation in its core business model, little success in efforts to diversify, declining revenues and ongoing losses. The Chicago-based company, which today has a market cap of just $103 million (a drop of 99.4% from its public market debut), has appointed Dusan Senkypl, a current board member, as interim CEO. Before Groupon, Deshpande was an exec at Zappos for more than a decade, and after he took the Groupon job, he continued to be based out of Las Vegas.
Even savvy internet users were fooled by an inauthentic image of a "swagged-out" pope. What happens when the technology is good enough to convincingly depict major events that never happened?
International Transgender Day of Visibility is an annual reminder for the world to focus on the lives of transgender people and the issues that they face.
The labor agency has “found merit with several elements of the unfair labor practice charges filed by the Communications Workers of America (CWA)” on behalf of the company’s workers.
Bed Bath & Beyond’s (BBBY) stock ended the quarter at an all time low, as the retailer taps the the public markets one more time in its latest effort to turn itself around.
This podcast covers the wild reveal of the Dodge Demon 170, what it's like to drive the BMW XM, the Tesla Supercharging experience and more.
The former president plans to depart his Florida home Monday and spend the night at Trump Tower in Manhattan on Monday night, then appear in court Tuesday morning, according to a campaign aide.
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Canadians will technically be allowed to open an FHSA starting Saturday, but the country's largest banks won't be offering the account to customers until later this year.
The Treasury Department on Friday finally issued guidance on the battery production and minerals sourcing requirements for federal EV tax credits for consumers, though the rules may create more chaos than clarity.
Understanding and predicting space weather is a big part of NASA's job. One such measurement is of solar wind, "an unrelenting stream of material from the sun." NASA relates that even telegraph stations weren't safe, blowing up during the largest on-record solar storm, 1859's Carrington Event.
One of the Central Park Five, wrongly accused of raping and beating a woman in 1989, spoke to Yahoo News about former President Donald Tump's role in the episode.
Elon Musk said he hoped users would be able to find potential “issues” in the code and help make it better.
Charles's speech to the German Parliament was warmly received, but it may be a slippery slope into political territory.
Recent details give a glimpse what the new Iger era looks like at Disney.
ByteDance has reportedly been paying content creators to post on Lemon8, in hopes of growing the platform by bringing their followers along for the ride.
The video, shared by Ukraine's 36th Marine Brigade, shows tanks exploding and Russian soldiers jumping out of a burning vehicle in eastern Ukraine.
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Here's a list of the best wireless workout earbuds you can buy, as chosen by Engadget editors.
A Delaware judge granted Dominion Voting Systems a win in its mammoth defamation lawsuit against Fox News — and denied all of Fox's claims.
Russian forces have lost several Zoopark radars, and these important systems are not easily replaced, Britain's defense ministry said.
Soaring shares in charging company EVgo offer some respite for investors who suffered through a rough 2022. EVgo is still unprofitable. Investors are looking for any sign that EVgo, and charging networks in general, are poised to explode in growth.
California will require more than half of all heavy trucks sold in the state to be electric by 2035. It received approval from the Biden administration today, allowing the rule to take effect.
South Carolina authorities are focusing on two persons of interest in the 2015 homicide of Stephen Smith, who was found dead in the road miles from Alex Murdaugh's former hunting estate estate, a new report reveals.
NATO’s eastern flank has become an ideal proving ground for America’s most advanced fighter jet.
In his statement condemning the indictment of Donald Trump, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis mentioned neither the former president nor the district attorney who will prosecute the case by name. But he did name-check George Soros, a favorite target of antisemitic conspiracy theories — twice.
Stocks closed higher on Friday after some cooler-than-expected inflation data, as investors also eye the end of an eventful first quarter that has seen the S&P 500 gain nearly 5% while the Nasdaq 100 entered a new bull market.
After showing off his catch, the fisher put the creature down and let it slither back into the river.
“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.”