A 28-year-old woman opened fire at a private Christian grade school in Nashville, Tenn., on Monday, killing three children and three adults before she was killed by police, officials say.
His brother died three years ago. Then he was pronounced dead to their parents but suddenly started moving and opening his eyes.
Last week, Manuel and Patricia Oliver interrupted a House guns rights hearing and were removed at the request of Republican lawmakers.
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.
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.
Calcea Johnson and Ne'Kiya Jackson presented their new findings on the Pythagorean theorem to the American Mathematical Society last week.
Married couple, Kim and Dustin, brought Vinson into their relationship, which they share with viewers on the TLC series "Seeking Brother Husband."
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.
JFK was a junior senator when he lived in the Georgetown home with his wife, Jackie, in the early 1950s. The house will be listed for $2 million.
Lebanon is only twice the size of Delaware. But a religious dispute means its population is now living in two time zones at once.
A New York City bill would outlaw discrimination based on a person's weight or height in jobs, housing, and public accommodations.
First Citizens has bought more than 20 other firms since 2008, and it now owns 17 branches of Silicon Valley Bank.
On "Wizards of Waverly Pod," executive producer and writer Peter Murrieta said he wishes they could've explored Alex and Stevie's relationship more.
Elon Musk said Twitter users must have "good customer service for money," but Tesla owners and Starlink users have criticized the lack of support.
Members of a new Russian assault unit also said in a video that soldiers were forced to pay commanders or they'd be sent to the frontline.
During a recent interview with MovieWeb, Jennifer Aniston said that Adam Sandler kept rolling onto her during a bedroom scene in "Murder Mystery 2."
The authorities intend to use the yacht's sale proceeds to pay down the debt it owes to the Antigua Yacht Club Marina for fuel, per Daily Observer.
Yahoo explains what Prince Harry's legal action against the publisher's of the Daily Mail is all about, and which other high profile figures are also part of the claim.
This TikToker applied to 1,800 jobs and interview for 430 of them. Out of those interviews, she found out 120 of them weren't really hiring.
On Friday, Bloomberg reported that more layoffs could be on the way at Salesforce, quoting chief operating officer Brian Millham, who indicated that the company could be adding to the ongoing job cutting at the CRM leader and in tech in general. "The structure of the organization — if we feel like it needs to change and reshape — we’re going to make those moves to drive the efficiencies,” Milham told Bloomberg. Milham said the company is working with Bain and Company and they are waiting on the management consultants' advice on how to proceed.
To get a deal done, government regulators agreed to a series of concessions.
The UK Treasury has abandoned its proposal for the Royal Mint to develop its own non-fungible token (NFT).
Updates for the Mac, iPad and Apple Watch are also live.
A mainstay of the construction industry -- over 10 billion cubic meters of concrete are used every year. Finnish startup Carbonaide has just raised €1.8 million (~$1.9 million at today's exchange rate) in seed funding to knock down concrete’s carbon emissions but not the construction industry. “Our goal at Carbonaide is to create a more sustainable future with cutting-edge tech that doesn’t just reduce the carbon emissions of construction materials like concrete, but that traps more CO2 than they emit throughout their lifetime,” explains Tapio Vehmas, Carbonaide’s CEO.
ParalympicsGB and Toyota have today announced the launch of the ground-breaking Every Body Moves initiative to empower disabled people to become active in a way that is right for them.
After a tough 2022, Big Tech has somehow become a safety trade as other parts of the market stumble.
The 3DS and Wii U eShop's closure was inevitable, but still a loss for retro gamers everywhere
An emotional meeting last week of the Temecula Valley Unified School District devolved into angry disputes about the school board’s recently passed resolution to ban critical race theory. Critics of the resolution say that it fits a pattern of racism in Temecula.
Apple has quietly acquired a Mountain View-based startup, WaveOne, that was developing AI algorithms for compressing video. Apple wouldn't confirm the sale when asked for comment. WaveOne's former head of sales and business development, Bob Stankosh, announced the sale in a LinkedIn post published a month ago.
Here is everything you need to know about the latest strike action across the UK.
Lyft co-founders, CEO Logan Green and president John Zimmer, are stepping down from their roles by mid-April, the company said Wednesday. David Risher, a former retail executive at Amazon, will take over the CEO position at Lyft. Lyft's current chairman, Sean Aggarwal, will step down from his post but will stay on the board.
Disney has shut down its metaverse division and laid off all of the team's 50 or so members as part of a broader restructuring process, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Lucid is recalling a few hundred of its rare sedans to address a problem that may cause them to lose power without warning.
Two fishermen who stuffed weights in fish to win an Ohio tournament have pleaded guilty to cheating.
The "Creed III" and "Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania" actor, who's a rising star in Hollywood, is facing fallout after his weekend arrest. His attorney says there's evidence he's "entirely innocent."
Teams, Microsoft's Slack rival, has always had a bit of a reputation for being slow and resource-hungry. Given that it always felt like Microsoft hurried the service's launch to respond to the success of Slack, that's maybe no surprise. Microsoft calls this a "reimagining of Teams from the ground up" and promises that the new application will feature twice the performance, all while only using half as much memory as before.
Reader mode is but one of the new features and updates Google has rolled out for education users.
As automakers move to zero carbon emissions, battery supply chains could stand in the way. Ford CEO Jim Farley discusses this with Yahoo Finance.
"If TIKTOK is bad, why is the CEO fine?"
The share of home loans taken out by low-income borrowers falls by 16% when interest rates rise by one percentage point.
The Biden administration on Monday announced a new executive order that would broadly ban U.S. federal agencies from using commercially developed spyware that poses threats to human rights and national security. The move to ban federal agencies — including law enforcement, defense and intelligence — from using commercial spyware comes as officials confirmed that dozens of U.S. government personnel had their phones targeted. Human rights defenders and security researchers have for years warned of the risks posed by commercial spyware, created in the private sector and sold almost exclusively to governments and nation states.
Not to mention new monitors and an upgraded Omen 16
Nine-year-old Quebec girl dies after snow fort collapse — what parents need to know about snow fort-related accidents.
Rekkie's $349 smart snow goggles prove that we don't need to wait for augmented reality to be useful.
The big news this week was Ford lifting the hood on how the newly restructured 119-year-old company will operate and, importantly, report its financials. The move provides a new level of transparency into what business sector is -- and is not -- profitable at Ford. Profits generated from selling internal combustion engine-powered trucks, cars and SUVs have helped, and will continue to help, drive Ford's push into EVs.
“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.”