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.
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.
The housing power dynamic has tipped slightly back to favor sellers after the banking turmoil led to a sudden dip in mortgage rates.
One of Engadget’s favorite pair of noise-canceling headphones, the Sennheiser Momentum 4, are currently on sale at Amazon for $265.
With Western sanctions removing European, Japanese and American cars from the country, Chinese brands have moved it.
Jrue Holiday, Chandler Parsons and Courtney Lee are all reportedly involved in a lawsuit against Darryl Cohen.
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 biggest U.S. banks stand to become even more powerful in the wake of the banking crisis — whereas regional banks could lose their foothold.
Father-of-two Lee Stevenson, 27, died after the motorbike he was a passenger on crashed in Peterlee, County Durham, following a brief police pursuit.
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.
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.
'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.
Turmoil in the banking system has made for a murkier outlook for the economy.
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.
Homeless Allan Scott, 42, killed 83-year-old Patricia Holland at her home in Gorleston, Norfolk, after she took him in.
"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.
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 first of many Congressional hearings on Silicon Valley Bank's failure will be a key event this week, while investors also look to hold onto stock gains during what has been a strong first quarter of the year.
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.
Muhammad Fahad, 40, tried to resist the robbers but says he 'thought of his daughters' and stopped.
"I'm not his social media consultant," Attorney Joe Tacopina told NBC's Chuck Todd on "Meet the Press."
The current banking turmoil has revived the ghosts of the 2008 financial crisis, while the great unity around support for Ukraine at war with Russia is showing cracks.
Right before the Silicon Valley Bank meltdown, I had a conversation with Jason Wilk, founder and CEO of neobank Dave, about that company’s business. Here are excerpts of my interview with Wilk, which have been edited for brevity and clarity. TC: Are you benefiting from higher interest rates, and if so, how?
There has been no sign of a Mississippi morning news anchor woman since she voiced a Snoop Dogg phrase on air earlier this month. Barbie Bassett has not been on air for the NBC affiliate WLBT since March 8, when her team were discussing the rapper’s addition to his wine line. Bassett said, “Fo shizzle, […]
TikTok has taken plenty of blame for a perceived drop in attention spans, but how much is it really to blame?
As Donald Trump stares down a potential arrest, it is business as usual at his campaign rally.
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This is a TikTok challenge you don’t want to get behind.
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Housing secretary Michael Gove has said a 'tiny minority' of landlords are using the 'threat of eviction to jack up rents and victimise tenants'.
It seems clear the real deception is about what office he really wants.
FBI agents raided the Beverly Hills branch of US Private Vaults in March 2021, seizing more than $86 million in cash and valuables from 1,400 boxes.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan called for an “immediate” end to the war in Ukraine during a call with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Saturday. Erdoğan “highlighted the importance Türkiye attaches to the immediate cessation of the Russia-Ukraine conflicts through negotiations” and “thanked President Putin for his positive stance regarding the extension of the Black…
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Rep. James Comer said Sunday that Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg "doesn't have the luxury" to refuse to testify before Congress about his probe of former President Trump.
State Rep. Ken Ivory, who sponsored the bill, said the request to remove the Bible from schools was a "mockery" of the law and made him "very sad."
The mummified finds were discovered in the King Ramses II Temple of Abydos, located roughly 270 miles south of Cairo.
The Russian 155th Naval Infantry Brigade has suffered heavy losses in attempts to take the town of Vuhledar, the Institute for the Study of War said.
Laughing gas will be banned against expert advice under Government plans to crack down on anti-social behaviour, a Cabinet minister has confirmed.
A Florence museum on Sunday invited parents and students from a Florida charter school to view Michelangelo’s “David” in person after the school principal was forced to resign following parental complaints that an image of the nude Renaissance masterpiece was shown to a sixth-grade art class. Florence Mayor Dario Nardella also tweeted an invitation for the principal to visit so he can personally honor her. The incredulous Italian response highlights how the U.S. culture wars are often perceived in Europe, where despite a rise in right-wing sentiment and governance, the Renaissance and its masterpieces, even its naked ones, are generally free of controversy.
The North Macedonian government will consider a proposal from its General Staff to return Mi-24 helicopters purchased from Ukraine in 2001 on March 29, North Macedonian Defense Minister Slavjanka Petrovska saidon North Macedonian television channel Alsat TV.
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“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.”