Flanked by TikTok influencers, Rep. Jamaal Bowman, D-N.Y., used a Wednesday afternoon news conference outside the U.S. Capitol to launch a defense of the popular social media platform, whose ownership by a Chinese company could result in a sweeping and unprecedented ban in the United States.
If Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis defeats former President Donald Trump for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, he may have a harder time winning the general election than his supporters expect, according to the latest Yahoo News/YouGov poll.
A doctor who prescribes weight loss drugs started taking a version of Ozempic a year ago. He's hoping it'll help him keep the weight off for good.
From overcrowded tourist attractions to sleepless train nights and a sore back, backpacking in Europe wasn't as glamorous as it looks on Instagram.
Keanu Reeves will stun audiences with the chaotic action scenes, but "John Wick: Chapter 4" needs a much tighter script and a shorter runtime.
Westminster Abbey will kick off tours to the famed Cosmati pavement on May 15 — a week after King Charles is crowned.
Trump has repeatedly alluded to the possibility of political violence in the last several days and mocked calls for his supporters to stay peaceful.
In light of President Joe Biden’s visit to Canada, a new survey gives surprising insights into how people across this country feel about our current relationship with the U.S.
Archer Aviation and United Airlines announced a partnership today to launch a commercial air taxi route in Chicago. The companies plan to launch the flight path between downtown and O’Hare International Airport in 2025.
Would you say no to a cluster diamond engagement ring?
"I'm not entry-level. I'm not even mid-level. I'm a senior designer."
Ford gave investors and analysts today a peek at how it will reorganize its business units and report financial performance.
VNKC LLC took orders, deposits, and even sent out falsified documents in an effort to get people to wire large sums of money for classic and desirable cars.
OpenAI announced that it has begun introducing plugins for ChatGPT. These will enable the chatbot to interact with 3rd-party APIs, pull real-time stats and facts for the first time.
Martin says he stops eating for the day at 4pm.
Meta, the self-styled "metaverse company" formerly known as Facebook, has taken on a novel role de-hyping the virtual world technology its founder bet the farm on just a few short years ago. No, it hasn't announced another pivot -- rather it's been forced to dial down the multicolored metaverse hype as it lobbies against a proposal pushed by European mobile network operators who want regional lawmakers to force major content providers (i.e. The telcos' complaints about their (relative) poverty (vs tech giants) is obviously controversial but does appear to have bent ears in Brussels: In February, EU lawmakers announced an exploratory consultation on the future of network funding.
This L.A.-based TikToker has captured the city's shocking state after being hit by a major storm. The post This man compares L.A.’s floodings to Disney’s ‘It’s A Small World’ ride: ‘Im dead this ride kills me’ appeared first on In The Know.
Wetherspoon back in profit after pandemic.
You can grab Samsung SSDs and microSDs at a discount right now from Amazon if you're looking for some storage products for your computers, consoles or mobile devices.
The new series of The Apprentice has finally reached its epic conclusion.
With Major League Baseball Opening Day starting next week, on March 30, Fubo announced today that it is adding MLB.TV to its lineup in the coming days. The live TV streaming service already offers MLB Network, MLB Strike Zone, as well as regional sports networks, local broadcast networks and national sports networks such as ESPN, Fox and FS1. Note that Fubo doesn’t broadcast TBS, so some games won’t be available for subscribers.
Ford announces progress on its electric vehicle complex in Tennessee where it will build a next-generation electric pickup truck.
BoE chief Andrew Bailey warned companies that interest rates may need to be raised further.
In case you have yet to play God of War: Ragnarok, which just happens to be one of our best PlayStation 5 games for 2023, then this is your chance to get a copy at a discount with Sony's console.
A car driving at high speed collided into a police officer at Tuas Checkpoint on Friday morning. The officer sustained severe head injury.
Hello, and welcome to your Thursday — aka, the day the TikTok CEO went in front of Congress. Accenture announced today that it will cut 19,000 jobs, Manish reports. Do Kwon in custody: It looks like law enforcement caught up with Terra creator Do Kwon, who was reportedly arrested at the Montenegro airport, Jacquelyn writes.
The employees were apparently warned about taking too many smoke breaks during business hours, but they did not heed their supervisor’s warning. Find out how they got caught.
The market may have some answers post-Fed decision, but things are still on edge.
This mini chainsaw is "perfect for camping and backyard work" — and it's on sale on Amazon Canada.
Pretty soon, previously verified Twitter accounts will lose their checkmarks unless they start paying for it.
At Thursday's House hearing, TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew faced a barrage of questions over concerns that data collected on U.S. users might be vulnerable to surveillance by China. Chew's response to one of those questions in particular likely dug the company's hole even deeper when it comes to building trust with Washington. Citing reporting from Forbes, later confirmed by the company itself, Florida Rep. Neal Dunn asked Chew if TikTok parent company ByteDance has spied on American citizens.
It is clear that our working environment can have a significant impact on the way we feel. Now, workspace designers are using a new technique – dubbed sensehacking – to try to make workers happier, relaxed and more focused.
Home security is important — this Amazon sale is the perfect time to beef up yours!
Wall Street fine tunes its views a day after the Federal Reserve lifted interest rates despite the banking crisis.
Former President Donald Trump's mounting legal troubles got considerably worse this week when a federal appeals court ruled that one of his lawyers must appear for questioning before the Washington grand jury investigating the handling of classified documents after Trump left office.
A brown macroalgae native to the Atlantic's Sargasso Sea is increasingly a menace to coastal ecosystems and communities across the Gulf of Mexico, ever since mats of the normally beneficial seaweed (known as sargassum) exploded in numbers in 2011. This is the backdrop for Carbonwave, which recently raised $5 million to put the hulking algae blooms to good use. There's no need to run screaming from sargassum, despite the tone of some stories covering the Florida-bound blooms.
In plain English, it means — probably — that the next-generation A3 (now gas) will become electric, and be called the A4; the A4 as we know it becomes the A5, and so on. In January, we reported that Mercedes-Benz was set to drop the EQ product brand for battery-electric cars as soon as the next generation of compact cars, set to be on the market from the end of 2024. It would be the result of a decision by Chief Executive Ola Kaellenius to focus the brand on electric cars only.
Trump's defense attorney, Joe Tacopina, went on CNN multiple times to discuss the hush money payment and once said that it's "fair game" for scrutiny.
China's leader, Xi Jinping, appears to be using the leverage he has gained over Russia in the wake of the Ukraine war.
“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.”