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.”
Trump's campaign on Friday also said it had raised more than $4 million from grassroots supporters within 24 hours following news of the indictment.
The author shares how she didn't grow up seeing art. Now, as an artist and a mom, she takes her kids to the museum all the time.
Interior designers shared the living-room trends that are in and out this season, including saturated colors, curved furniture, and undecorated walls.
Prince Achileas-Andreas' paternal grandfather was the king of Greece, and his maternal grandfather is a retail billionaire.
I ate at Jungle Navigation Co. LTD Skipper Canteen, a Jungle Cruise-themed restaurant in Magic Kingdom. I loved the flavorful food and fun atmosphere.
The model, Leeanne Adu, volunteered for the job because she knows "firsthand how critical early detection is."
New mansion tax law will 'chase people out of LA': Million Dollar Listing's Josh Altman
A new Yahoo News/YouGov poll — one of the first conducted since former President Donald Trump was indicted Thursday for his role in paying hush money to a porn star — shows Trump surging to his largest-ever lead over Florida governor and likely 2024 GOP primary challenger Ron DeSantis, as Republican voters rally around the only president in U.S. history to face criminal charges.
Customers withdrew another $126 billion the week ending March 22, bringing total industry deposits to their lowest level since July 2021.
Carlos Tavares, CEO of automaker conglomerate Stellantis, says limited raw materials make a full EV revolution unrealistic.
Charles's speech to the German Parliament was warmly received, but it may be a slippery slope into political territory.
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The former president plans to depart his Florida home Monday and spend the night at Trump Tower in Manhattan on Monday night, then appear in court Tuesday morning, according to a campaign aide.
The stock market wiped a whopping $500 billion-plus in market capitalization from the world's biggest media, cable, and entertainment giants in 2022.
This podcast covers the wild reveal of the Dodge Demon 170, what it's like to drive the BMW XM, the Tesla Supercharging experience and more.
Elon Musk said he hoped users would be able to find potential “issues” in the code and help make it better.
ByteDance has reportedly been paying content creators to post on Lemon8, in hopes of growing the platform by bringing their followers along for the ride.
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.
Recent details give a glimpse what the new Iger era looks like at Disney.
Here's a list of the best wireless workout earbuds you can buy, as chosen by Engadget editors.
Understanding and predicting space weather is a big part of NASA's job. One such measurement is of solar wind, "an unrelenting stream of material from the sun." NASA relates that even telegraph stations weren't safe, blowing up during the largest on-record solar storm, 1859's Carrington Event.
When the news cycle feels extra heavy, just remember there’s plenty of good stuff going on, too. Here's a roundup of some of this week’s most heartwarming stories from Yahoo partners.
Arlo, a Lakeland Terrier, fell into the hole while walking in a field in Somerset.
Bed Bath & Beyond’s (BBBY) stock ended the quarter at an all time low, as the retailer taps the the public markets one more time in its latest effort to turn itself around.
California will require more than half of all heavy trucks sold in the state to be electric by 2035. It received approval from the Biden administration today, allowing the rule to take effect.
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.
Experts warned of the potential for violence inspired by attempts by Republicans to frame the indictment as a politicized “witch hunt” and a “weaponization” of the justice system, or their bigoted attacks on Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg.
The elderly woman left the rude scrawl on the vehicle after a parking dispute in Devon.
Stocks closed higher on Friday after some cooler-than-expected inflation data, as investors also eye the end of an eventful first quarter that has seen the S&P 500 gain nearly 5% while the Nasdaq 100 entered a new bull market.
Google has released a beta Nearby Share app for Windows PCs.
It was when Ooni discovered they were a big hit in Korea that the founders knew they had a global brand in the offing.
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.
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.
Speaking with Yahoo Finance on Friday, Rohit Chopra, head of the CFPB, became the latest official to signal a willingness to explore raising the deposit insurance limit above the $250,000 currently guaranteed for U.S. depositors.
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.
A video shared by Ukraine's military shows a drone striking a Tor-M2 missile system built to destroy airplanes, guided missiles, and drones.
Ivanka Trump broke her silence on the indictment of her father, Donald Trump. The statement, at just 27 words, was shared on her Instagram story.
Millions of people will begin to lose their health insurance on Saturday, as five states begin the unwinding of a pandemic-era protection that kept people from being removed from the Medicaid rosters. During the public health emergency, states were required to keep people on Medicaid without the often yearly reapplication process normally in place. "We're now in a position within just a couple of days where states can begin to disenroll people — to redo their rosters for Medicaid — and this continuous coverage requirement is no longer going to be in place," Dr. Avenel Joseph, vice president of policy for the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, told ABC News.
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.
“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.”