The former president is expected to be indicted soon by a grand jury for his role in a hush money payment made to porn star Stormy Daniels on the eve of the 2016 election.
This week marks the 20th anniversary of the U.S.led invasion of Iraq. Then-President George W. Bush and his British counterpart, Prime Minister Tony Blair, signed off on a war based on the myth that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein harbored weapons of mass destruction.
WASHINGTON -The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to hear a traveling Christian evangelist's free-speech challenge to a University of Alabama requirement that he obtain a permit before handing out religious pamphlets and preaching from a sidewalk adjacent to its campus. The justices turned away an appeal by preacher Rodney Keister of a lower court's ruling rejecting his claim that the university's permit requirement violated free speech rights under the U.S. Constitution's First Amendment. Keister, founder of a Pennsylvania-based group called Evangelism Mission, regularly visits U.S. university campuses in hopes of spreading his Christian message to students, according to court filings.
Jugging, tap and glue at ATMs, and purse snatching schemes are among crime trends that have been spreading throughout the U.S. and costing Americans money.
Twitter users put the GOP pol on blast for a claim about his past.
The apparent seizure of an American company's operations in Mexico by the country's military and local police has sparked outrage on Capitol Hill and by the company's top executive.
To a faction of researchers who maintain that the coronavirus was the result of a laboratory accident, recent findings involving raccoon dogs failed to produce convincing evidence.
New York District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office is engaged in delicate negotiations with the Secret Service over how to handle the potential arrest of former President Donald Trump next week on charges he made an illegal payoff to a porn star to keep her silent about an alleged sexual affair, according to a source familiar with the talks.
The sole surviving son of convicted murderer Alex Murdaugh denied in a statement Monday that he was involved in the teen’s death.
Welcome to This Week in Outer Space, where you’ll find a roundup of the best space coverage from Yahoo News and our partners from the past week or so.
After reaching a plea agreement, teenager Reid Mitchell will serve 120 days in jail and 10 years on probation for the assault of Cole Hagan.
Besides a hair-loss lawsuit, Olaplex faces challenges growing the brand, from getting into new salons to maintaining market share against rivals.
EV batteries bring all sorts of challenges when they get damaged after accidents. One expert says Tesla customers are especially at risk.
Rosalind Wiseman told the New York Post that Paramount Pictures, which made the film, did not pay her profits from "Mean Girls" box-office success.
The world has an even tighter timeline for avoiding catastrophic climate change, according to the latest report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The sixth “synthesis report” released Monday used findings from three expert assessments published between 2021 and 2022 to give a concise brief for policymakers as they prepare for the next round of climate negotiations.
Ukraine is now getting warplanes, although not the coveted U.S.-made F-16s it has been pushing for. In what counts as another milestone in the West’s willingness to increase security assistance to the war-ravaged nation, NATO members Poland and Slovakia announced last week they will jointly be donating their entire inventory of Soviet-era MiG-29s to Ukraine.
“The Anointed One”: That was how the Harvard Crimson titled its 1995 profile of Alvin L. Bragg Jr., then a graduating senior at the college. Harvard was full of ambitious young people, but Bragg seemed destined for something exceptional.
NCAA hockey player Carson Briere was caught on video launching a double amputee’s empty wheelchair down a flight of stairs at a bar earlier this month.
A closer look at the thin blue line after Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre criticized over sharing thin blue line to commemorate fallen Edmonton officers
Reviewing the full Nissan Ariya lineup, from the FWD base Engage to AWD e-Force Platinum+ with details about their range, performance and equipment.
Samsung has widened its OLED TV range to include the more affordable S90C.
To celebrate the legacy of the Porsche 356, Porsche at South by Southwest in Austin displayed its 75th anniversary concept called the Vision 357.
Twitch announced plans to reduce its workforce on Monday, demonstrating that even the seemingly booming streaming site isn't immune to the reductions that have swept the tech industry in the last six months. The layoffs will affect 400 employees at the company and were characterized as an effort to improve Twitch's business outlook in the long term. "Like many companies, our business has been impacted by the current macroeconomic environment, and user and revenue growth has not kept pace with our expectations," new Twitch CEO Dan Clancy wrote.
Brazil is reintroducing the requirement to obtain tourist visas for the citizens of Canada, the United States, Australia, and Japan starting Oct. 1, 2023.
Lynsey Lim, co-founder and director of Handmade Heroes shares how her natural lip scrub became an international best-seller. Read about it here.
Apple's Mac Mini M2 is the cheapest way to get the company's latest processors, and now Amazon is offering the more desirable model at the best price we've seen.
The final "Last Call" car is almost here, but Dodge had to slip in one more teaser video before it lands.
Canadians respond to the deaths of two Edmonton police officers in the line of duty
A surprising turn of events: Paul has the latest on Amazon, which confirmed another round of layoffs, this time impacting 9,000 people in AWS (see below), Twitch (see Big Tech) and other units. This comes just a couple months after Amazon revealed 18,000 layoffs. The AWS part had some colleagues scratching their heads, with Paul writing, “[C]ompanies are looking to cut costs due to the economic downturn, which translates into fewer dollars spent on things like cloud computing — even though AWS remains a hugely profitable entity for Amazon.”
Microsoft is preparing to launch an Xbox store on iOS and Android as early as next year, according to Xbox head Phil Spencer.
The Washington Post has written a piece on Musk’s obsession with autonomy and how it led to missteps in Tesla's "Full Self-Driving" technology.
The global banking liquidity crunch is dominating headlines but the report says Canada's economy has been stronger than expected so far this year.
Countries are marked on their healthy life expectancy, freedom, generosity, and social support among other things.
Transportation didn't take center stage in Austin like it did in 2018 or 2019, but there was a presence. Finally, I sat down with GM CEO and Chair Mary Barra after her talk on stage (alongside Cruise co-founder and CEO Kyle Vogt). Join the transpo team's Rebecca Bellan next week as she hosts TechCrunch Live.
8BitDo's gamepads now work with iPhones, iPads and other Apple devices.
Audi plans to release a raft of new electric models in the next two years, one of them an EV below the Q4 E-Tron, effectively a new A3 on a new platform.
The world's largest cryptocurrency is up 70% this year as some investors look to bitcoin as a refuge from the chaos of the traditional banking world
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Web3 gaming firm Immutable and layer-2 blockchain Polygon hope that a new strategic alliance will accelerate innovation and adoption in the nascent crypto gaming space, the two companies announced at the Game Developer Conference on Monday. “For us this is a pretty obvious play,” Robbie Ferguson, co-founder and president of Immutable, said. “We realized very quickly the scaling limitations of Ethereum, but we never wanted to compete with it.”
The top news stories today: NASA’s AIM spacecraft goes silent after a 15-year run, Google Pixel 7 phones are cheaper than ever right now, Disco Elysium’s new Mode allows you to write new dialogue, kind of.
A series of fire trucks is being recalled to make sure they can pump water when called upon.
After an incredibly volatile couple of days, stocks ended higher last week, with the S&P 500 rising 1.4%. The index is now up 2.0% year to date, up 9.5% from its October 12 closing low of 3,577.03, and down 18.3% from its January 3, 2022 closing high of 4,796.56.
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Duolingo, a language learning app with over 500 million users, is working on a music app, TechCrunch has learned. The Pittsburgh-based tech company currently has a small team working on a music product and is hiring a learning scientist who is an “expert in music education who combines both theoretical knowledge of relevant learning science research and hands-on teaching experience,” according to a job posting listed on Duolingo’s career page. The company also posted a job that was soliciting a freelance music composition and curricular consultant, but the company is no longer accepting applications for that position.
Scientists began to take the creature seriously after one was accidentally captured.
“Everyone knows how to fix Social Security. For starters, we can gradually raise the full eligibility age.”
“Raising the retirement age would force seniors to either stay in the workforce longer or accept a greatly reduced benefit.”
“When Social Security launched in 1935, the average life expectancy for Americans was 61. That’s changed.”
“Increasing the age has a short-term effect but isn’t, by itself, a long-term solution.”
“Any politician who expresses concern about Social Security’s finances without being willing to tax the rich is a phony.”