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.”
"It is a distraction," Hutchinson said of Trump's indictment. The former president was investigated for his alleged role in a 2016 hush-money scheme.
Under the new seven-year agreement that has yet to be ratified, NBA players would no longer be tested for marijuana use.
In a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll, 57% of Republicans and GOP-leaning Independents said they would vote for Trump, while 31% were behind DeSantis.
USC women's basketball coach Dawn Staley defended her players on Friday after a reporter said other coaches regarded them as "bullies."
Zendaya and Law Roach posed together Saturday on the red carpet for the first time since he announced retiring as a stylist.
Elon Musk broke US labor law in 2018 when he tweeted Tesla factory workers would forgo stock options if they chose to unionize, according to a new court ruling.
New mansion tax law will 'chase people out of LA': Million Dollar Listing's Josh Altman
Of the 13 million HSAs in the Employment Benefit Research Institute’s database, only 12% of the account holders invested their HSAs in assets other than cash.
Matt Osborne said he was “handing in my notice today” after seeing colleagues commit suicide.
Japan is officially moving forward with restrictions aimed at limiting China’s access to advanced chipmaking machinery.
The "Naval Experience Program" comes as the Canadian Armed Forces struggles to recruit new members.
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.
CommScope and Corning announced increased fiber-optic cable capacity in North Caroline in a boost to the Biden administration's "Internet for All" plan.
Following a successful transition from crab pricing to crab futures trading, the company is now setting its sights on a new, cutting-edge technology: generative AI. The company plans to use generative AI to develop a new language that will be optimized for communication with crustaceans. "We believe that by communicating with crabs in their own language, we can work with them to increase their populations and ensure the long-term sustainability of our industry," he said.
On Friday, Apple won an appeal against an investigation the UK's antitrust watchdog launched last fall.
Debra Poole, 61, was in charge of the bank accounts at Hinchley Wood Primary School in Surrey.
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 stock market wiped a whopping $500 billion-plus in market capitalization from the world's biggest media, cable, and entertainment giants in 2022.
Carlos Tavares, CEO of automaker conglomerate Stellantis, says limited raw materials make a full EV revolution unrealistic.
$1,000 is an all-time low price for the entry-level M2 MacBook Air.
Arlo, a Lakeland Terrier, fell into the hole while walking in a field in Somerset.
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.
The Internal Revenue Service offers some repayment options to help you manage your owed debt.
A group of well-known AI ethicists have written a counterpoint to this week's controversial letter asking for a six-month "pause" on AI development, criticizing it for a focus on hypothetical future threats when real harms are attributable to misuse of the tech today. Thousands of people, including such familiar names as Steve Wozniak and Elon Musk, signed the open letter from the Future of Life institute earlier this week, proposing that development of AI models like GPT-4 should be put on hold in order to avoid "loss of control of our civilization," among other threats. Timnit Gebru, Emily M. Bender, Angelina McMillan-Major and Margaret Mitchell are all major figures in the domains of AI and ethics, known (in addition to their work) for being pushed out of Google over a paper criticizing the capabilities of AI.
Google has released a beta Nearby Share app for Windows PCs.
The elderly woman left the rude scrawl on the vehicle after a parking dispute in Devon.
On Saturday, two days after former President Trump was indicted, some of his supporters gathered to protest in Orange County.
A new study analyzed the DNA of feral dogs living near Chernobyl, compared the animals to others living 10 miles away, and found remarkable differences.
For the uninitiated, WiR is where TechCrunch recaps all the tech news that took place for the week. Crash and burn: Virgin Orbit is laying off around 85% of its workforce in order to further reduce expenses after the troubled space company said it was unable to secure additional funding to keep it afloat. The news, which Virgin Orbit filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Thursday, comes just two weeks after the company furloughed all employees and entered an "operational pause" in order to find more cash.
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.
Eric Kilburn Jr. is a 14-year-old with size 23 feet. His quest to find shoes that fit went viral – and he got a call from NBA legend Shaquille O’Neal.
The Biden administration is set to fully enforce a light bulb ban in the coming months that will particularly impact lower-income households after it rolled back Trump-era rules.
Scientists say the iguana's behavior was strange and rare, as the reptile keeps to itself and typically eats plants.
No, it's not an April Fools' joke: OpenAI has started geoblocking access to its generative AI chatbot, ChatGPT, in Italy. The move follows an order by the local data protection authority Friday that it must stop processing Italians' data for the ChatGPT service. In a statement which appears online to users with an Italian IP address who try to access ChatGPT, OpenAI writes that it "regrets" to inform users that it has disabled access to users in Italy -- at the "request" of the data protection authority -- which it known as the Garante.
The banking crisis was downgraded a bit this week. So here's what else you should have been watching in markets.
A video shared by Ukraine's military shows a drone striking a Tor-M2 missile system built to destroy airplanes, guided missiles, and drones.
The search for a 2-year-old Florida boy began after his mother was slain ended Friday when his body was found in an alligator's jaws, police said.
David Irby, a band director in Norman, Oklahoma, taught in public schools for nearly 25 years. His tweet saying he was resigning went viral. Why?
Bruce Boolowon, then a lean 20-year-old, and a group of friends were hunting for murre eggs in a walrus skin boat on a remote Alaska island in the Bering Strait when they saw a crippled airplane flying low. Its 11 crewmen had injuries in varying degrees of severity, caused either by the bullets sprayed by the two jet fighters, shrapnel or the fireball that erupted when the Neptune landed wheels up on the tundra of St. Lawrence Island and fuel tanks stored in the plane’s belly exploded. The men took refuge in a ditch on St. Lawrence Island — just 40 miles (64 kilometers) from Siberia and 715 miles (1,151 kilometers) west of Anchorage — to avoid the exploding ammunition and waited, but for what they weren’t sure.
“That really sort of tells you something about where these folks’ heads are," said The New York Times reporter.
Last June – on the day the UN gave a Ukrainian civilian casualty count of 9,931 so far in Russia’s war – I sat at the UN Human Rights Council as the Russian ambassador excoriated Israel over its latest defensive operations in Gaza. Such unjust condemnation of Israel is common fare at the Human Rights Council and we are all used to the Kremlin’s hypocrisy, but how could the Russian Federation use the council as an international platform for its anti-Western bile, despite being suspended in April
“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.”