Andrew Toles hasn't played since 2018. Since then, he was found homeless and has been diagnosed with schizophrenia.
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.
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.
During their appearance on "The Late Late Show with James Corden," the actors saw their characters' action figures for the first time.
Earlier this month, Ross' two buffalo escaped his estate and were found roaming around his neighbor's yard.
Insider's Phil Rosen breaks down a bond-market indicator that suggests a recession is close at hand.
Ozempic and Wegovy change the way your brain reacts to food, making it feel fuller with less — and shifting food preferences too.
Insider's reporter took overnight sleeper trains with Amtrak in the US and Nightjet in Europe and regrets not splurging on the best accommodations.
The Colorado Democrat and his wife welcomed baby Jack in December 2022.
"That’s more than minimum wage — you scored!"
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.
Kia has revealed that the EV9 will have limited hands-free autonomy and a claimed 336-mile range.
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.
If you experience constipation whenever you travel, you're not alone. Here's what's going on, according to experts.
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.
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.
Apple's M2 Pro-powered Mac mini is back down to its lowest price at Amazon.
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.
“People in the arts don’t fight with our fists, we fight with our pens,” says an arts educator.
A team of white hat hackers demonstrated vulnerabilities in Tesla's infotainment and charging management systems, accessing vital systems in under two minutes.
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.
Job vacancies where WFH, or remote work, is possible have fallen in 2022. Find out why.
RH CEO Gary Friedman held another wild earnings call amid weak results.
Guests laughed when King Charles referenced the Dinner for One sketch, which is hugely popular in Germany.
Nintendo was supposed to shut down its Wii U and 3DS eShops for good on March 27th at 5PM PST, but it looks like you'll have a little more time.
Josh Gatlin didn’t have much of a connection to the school beyond the fact that he commutes past it every day. But when he heard that a reunification center for Covenant students and their families was being set up at the church where he’d been baptized, he felt compelled to volunteer.
The 2023 Volkswagen Taos may be small outside, but it's big inside, making it surprisingly family friendly. Value and fuel economy are excellent, too.
Apple Pay Later allows consumers to apply for Apple Pay Later loans of $50 to $1,000.
While Beijing has not signalled any direct retaliation against Canadian entities, Ottawa needs to be mindful of "Chinese economic strong-arming."
Uber announced today that it’s adding 14 new markets to Comfort Electric, its EV rideshare service. It’s another step forward in the company’s pledge to reduce environmental impact and phase out gas-powered vehicles by 2030.
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.
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.
The Nashville parent explained previously that she had been driving to a nearby school.
The biggest news stories this morning: Lamborghini's plug-in hybrid supercar runs for only six miles in electric mode, Tech leaders and AI experts demand a six-month pause on 'out-of-control' AI experiments, Will we see Apple's mixed-reality headset at WWDC 2023?
Stocks rallied on Wednesday as investor nerves appeared to settle as a surprisingly strong first quarter for the stock market nears its conclusion on Friday.
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.
EVs don't often need their batteries replaced, but older models do tend to need replacements more than others.
Lyft might once again drop its shared rides offering, just one of several changes the company's newly appointed CEO could make in a bid to focus on its core ride-hailing business and become profitable. David Risher, who is taking over as Lyft's CEO in mid-April, told TechCrunch in a wide-ranging interview that other features may also be axed. "It's possible that maybe we don't need both of those anymore and that we can focus all our resources on doing a fewer number of things better," Risher, the former Amazon executive, told TechCrunch.
“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.”