As debate over the merits of the possible criminal indictment of former President Donald Trump regarding a $130,000 hush money payment made to porn star Stormy Daniels continues to rage, several other cases are poised to further complicate his 2024 presidential bid.
An unprecedented case presents a major twist as Trump mounts his third campaign for the White House. If Trump — who denies any wrongdoing — is indicted, he would be the first former U.S. president to face criminal charges.
President Biden designated two new national monuments on Tuesday: the Spirit Mountain area in southern Nevada and Castner Range in West Texas.
The Pentagon will send older variants of the Abrams tank to Ukraine, a US official said, with an expected delivery taking place by this fall.
While Candida auris won't turn you into a zombie as seen in "The Last of Us," the fungus poses a growing threat of multi-drug resistant infections.
China's President Xi Jinping appeared hungry for KFC on their trip to Moscow — made trickier by the company having supposedly pulled out of Russia.
Former Fox News producer Abby Grossberg in her discrimination lawsuit accused the network of having a "poisonous and entrenched patriarchy."
Here’s a look at how Donald Trump’s likely rivals for the Republican nomination are seeking to navigate the issue.
Despite Republican criticism of the recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll finds no sign of a populist backlash to the Biden administration’s response.
The death of 28-year-old Irvo Otieno, a Black man who died in police custody at a mental health facility in Henrico, Va., earlier this month, has raised concern over police responses to mental health incidents.
While it may not always dominate the headlines, the debate over free speech in the U.S. remains at the forefront of our political conversation.
Consumer Reports' ranked 36 auto insurance companies based on subscriber responses. USAA, NJM, and Amica were the top three for the 19th straight year.
The 50-year-old arrived at a Utah courtroom on Tuesday for a civil trial stemming from a 2016 ski accident. Paltrow as well as her children, Apple and Moses Martin, are expected to testify.
At its GTC conference, NVIDIA's big bet on AI hardware is more relevant than ever.
Elon Musk's Boring Company is doubling down on its Vegas bet, with a proposal that would expand its underground transport system to 65 miles of tunnels below the streets of Sin City. The proposed network map, which was recently filed with the city of Las Vegas and not previously reported, depicts dozens of tunnels criss-crossing the city to reach more casinos, retail zones, the University of Nevada Las Vegas campus and, for the first time, even residential areas. The proposed transit system is comprised of 69 stations and 65 miles of tunnels, according to planning documents, plus an unknown number of Tesla vehicles.
The ownership group Josh Harris is assembling to buy the Commanders just got a little Magic.
GM is changing the kind of OnStar plans that will be standard equipment in a range of vehicles for the 2024 model year.
U.S. stocks wavered ahead of the open on Wednesday as Wall Street awaits for Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell latest interest rate decision amid of a fast-moving banking crisis.
The broadcaster believers there is still a stigma attached to talking about the menopause
Mitsubishi Triton XRT Concept is unveiled at Bangkok Motor Show appearing as a tougher off-road version of the midsize pickup wearing Ralliart branding.
Paying for what you don't use is silly. We've got tips and instructions on how to cancel subscriptions you don't need.
In yet another example of how competitive the spend management space has become, Brex announced today that it has expanded into travel. In an interview with TechCrunch, co-CEO and co-founder Henrique Dubugras said that users of Brex Empower will now be able to book travel inside the Brex mobile app. The company says it had been building the product for over a year and that it was in private beta for several months before making it available to the public this week.
The Federal Reserve is facing and inflation problem and a banking crisis, two issues that call for two different solutions. And yet the central bank must choose.
The NHS plans to expand support of partners of women who have welcomed babies.
Changes to the 2024 Jeep Wrangler throughout the lineup will give the Rubicon 392 more traction and the 4xe onboard power capability.
Windows 11 is vulnerable to an exploit that lets you recover image data cropped out of screenshots.
Jurors at Fiona Beal’s trial were shown two selfies which she took in a Northampton bedroom in February last year – three months after the killing of Nicholas Billingham.
US consumers can soon get a sip Starbucks' new olive-oil infused coffee line, Oleato.
"We deserve to be treated with respect. And our things deserve to be treated with just as much respect," says double amputee Sydney Benes.
Hipstamatic is back. Actually, the one-time Instagram rival and iPhone camera app maker never really left. During its decade-plus existence, the company rolled out variations on its original concept, like its quirky Hipstamatic X for analog photography lovers while also maintaining Hipstamatic Classic, one of the first apps to receive Apple's "App of the Year" award.
Panera has teamed up with Amazon One to allow guests to pay and earn loyalty points with the palm of their hand.
Kia uses its EV Day in China to show the EV5 concept, a crossover with plenty of lifestyle features that will go on sale there later this year.
The comedian said a police sergeant later asked for free gig tickets.
Nordstrom's liquidation sale has officially begun, and Canadians have plenty of thoughts.
On the eve of its 25th anniversary, Mozilla, the not-for-profit behind the Firefox browser, is launching an AI-focused startup. Called Mozilla.ai, the newly forged company's mission isn't to build just any AI — its mission is to build AI that's open source and "trustworthy," according to Mark Surman, the executive president of Mozilla and the head of Mozilla.ai. "Working on trustworthy AI for almost five years, I’ve constantly felt a mix of excitement and anxiety," he told TechCrunch in an email interview.
This $300 wireless charging station works well and looks sleek, but comes with a few caveats.
Control button lovers, rest easy: Hyundai has promised to keep physical “hard” buttons in cars, at least for the near future.
Gold bugs have been waiting for this moment. The precious metal has been on an upward trend amid still-too-hot inflation, a banking crisis, and expectations of a 25 basis point rate hike (or none at all) — at the next Fed meeting.
Several popular budget smartphones are on sale for under $300.
The rise in e-commerce has made trucking an increasingly vital industry. Despite 21st century technological advancements that have boosted the industry, it's still run mainly by small businesses and independent truckers -- meaning it's fragmented and often operating on outdated financial platforms. San Francisco-based startup AtoB used these pain points as a jumping off point for the company's business model.
The person was charged with stunt driving, leading to their vehicle being impounded for 14 days and their license to be suspended for 30 days.
“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.”