Andrew Toles hasn't played since 2018. Since then, he was found homeless and has been diagnosed with schizophrenia.
A new survey of Black male voters in the Southeast offers key insights into how an historically overlooked voting bloc helped shape Georgia’s 2022 Senate race, and offers lessons for future campaigns.
The Chinese Communist Party is very sensitive to its claims about Taiwan. McCarthy's tweet hands them an inadvertent win.
Three lawyers who worked on District Attorney Alvin Bragg's investigation into former President Donald Trump spoke to the Daily Beast about the case.
Republicans continued to downplay the need for legislative action on guns following Monday’s mass shooting at the Covenant School in Nashville, where three adults and three 9-year-old students were killed.
Over 2,000 foreign companies are seeking approval to exit the Russian market, per the Financial Times.
The app's massive popularity has raised national security concerns, but skeptics say banning it would do little to keep Americans' private data out of China's hands.
Since 2021, Isaac Herzog has served as Israel’s president, a customarily ceremonial position that he has elevated with his vociferous opposition to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who has proposed a controversial plan to make the judiciary branch subservient to the Parliament.
Melissa Joan Hart said she lived in Connecticut in December 2012 when Sandy Hook happened, and her son was in the same grade as many victims.
The Florida governor says public schools will now have to compete for students. Others say it's just the latest effort to defund public schools.
Ben Affleck — who directed "Air," the upcoming film about Michael Jordan's shoe deal with Nike — chose not to make the NBA legend a substantial character in the movie.
The ex-Tesla worker talked about the alleged incident during a retrial for Owen Diaz, a former contractor initially awarded $137 million by a jury.
The new Niro EV is stylish and offers decent range, but there are both cheaper and more exciting electric options out there.
"That’s more than minimum wage — you scored!"
The Colorado Democrat and his wife welcomed baby Jack in December 2022.
Microsoft is "exploring" putting ads in the responses given by Bing Chat, its new search agent powered by OpenAI's GPT-4. While these sponsored responses are clearly labeled as such, it does make one question how far we've really come from the old model of ads on search engines. Microsoft confirmed this is happening, albeit in an experimental form, in a blog post published today.
Kia has revealed that the EV9 will have limited hands-free autonomy and a claimed 336-mile range.
If you want an example of how someone can get carried away by what seem to be high interest rates, you don’t need to look at huge financial messes like Silicon Valley Bank, R.I.P. Instead, you can look at me.
Imagine flying to Paris to see the Mona Lisa, arguably the most famous painting in the world, and a YouTuber is there hanging his own self-portrait next to it.
“People in the arts don’t fight with our fists, we fight with our pens,” says an arts educator.
After putting Broadcom on notice last week that it was concerned that the proposed $61 billion Broadcom-VMware deal could adversely affect competition in the server market, the U.K. Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) announced today that it was proceeding with an in-depth investigation that could take up to six months. “The CMA has referred the anticipated acquisition by Broadcom Inc. of VMware, Inc. for an in-depth investigation, on the basis that, on the information currently available to it, it is or may be the case that this Merger may be expected to result in a substantial lessening of competition within a market or markets in the United Kingdom,” The CMA said in a statement today. The CMA gave Broadcom just five days to respond to its concerns in last week's notice.
Apple's M2 Pro-powered Mac mini is back down to its lowest price at Amazon.
Big Tech has already laid off more than 150,000 workers in 2023. In some ways, it's the same story over and over – these companies are not only all conducting layoffs, they're using a lot of the same strategies to do so. However, just because they're all doing it, doesn't mean they're best practices, experts say.
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.
EVs don't often need their batteries replaced, but older models do tend to need replacements more than others.
The Nashville parent explained previously that she had been driving to a nearby school.
Lamborghini just announced the 2024 Revuelto, a plug-in hybrid supercar that gets just six miles of all-electric usage per charge but features a charging mechanism within the combustion engine. Beyond the battery, the engine specs are outstanding and the form factor is aerospace-inspired, with sculpted surfaces and hexagonal exhausts.
Polestar, a Swedish electric-vehicle maker, kicked off a U.S. roadshow for an electric SUV. The company—backed by Volvo and China’s Geely—is taking on a growing field of competing electric SUVs like the Tesla Model X, Mercedes EQS SUV, and BMW iX.
While Beijing has not signalled any direct retaliation against Canadian entities, Ottawa needs to be mindful of "Chinese economic strong-arming."
A team of white hat hackers demonstrated vulnerabilities in Tesla's infotainment and charging management systems, accessing vital systems in under two minutes.
The Greenland Ice Sheet covers 660,200 square miles in the Arctic - and if it melts completely, would raise global sea level by 23 feet.
An American couple who visited Haiti earlier this month was kidnapped and is being held for ransom, a common occurrence in the country, where more than 100 kidnappings and 530 killings were reported in the first two weeks of March.
Health insurer Oscar is handing over the reins to industry veteran Mark Bertolini, former Aetna CEO, as it looks to scale up its tech-first insurance strategy.
Investors just pumped millions into Irrigreen, a startup vying to quench America's thirsty lawns with "approximately 50% less water." Two tech investors that are focused on water conservation — Burnt Island and Echo River — also chipped in, among a handful of others. The San Francisco–based sprinkler startup says it maps lawns to drizzle water precisely where lawn-havers want it, without clumsily soaking walkways and passersby.
Honda identified hundreds of thousands of vehicles that could have side view mirrors that could fall off and has issued a recall to fix the problem free of charge.
One of the biggest walkouts in decades is a sign of how frustrated millions of Germans have become.
In Chicago’s closely watched mayoral race, frontrunner Paul Vallas bills himself as a moderate, managerial expert who can tackle the city’s long-running public safety problems. His opponent, progressive Cook County commissioner Brandon Johnson, has labeled Vallas a Republican in disguise. In this overwhelmingly Democratic city, it would be difficult to imagine a label more toxic.
Amazon is unlikely to buy AMC, says Wedbush, after a new report sent shares of the embattled theater giant soaring on Tuesday.
The U.S. Treasury Department's guidance on battery sourcing requirements for the electric vehicle tax credits will result in fewer vehicles being eligible for full or partial credits, reports Reuters, citing an unnamed U.S. official. The proposed EV credit guidance as included in the Inflation Reduction Act says that in order for vehicles to qualify for $3,750, which is half of the total credit, 50% of the value of battery components must be produced or assembled in North America. To get the remainder of the credit, 40% of critical minerals must be sourced from the U.S. or a country with which it has a free trade agreement.
Apple is holding WWDC 2023 starting on June 5th, and might introduce its mixed reality headset at the event.
Garry Bennett, 37, must serve a minimum of 21 years for strangling 30-year-old Madison Wright and dumping her body in Pitsea, Essex, after she told him she was preparing to leave him.
Though businesses and governments around the world have begun transitioning from fossil fuels to renewable sources of energy to try to cut the greenhouse gas emissions causing climate change, a slew of court cases and legal actions look to speed up that effort.
Here are some of today's after-hour movers.
“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.”