The news this week was dominated by Chinese President Xi Jinping’s historic visit to Russia, signaling a deepening alliance between the two superpowers. Xi and Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared to show a united front after the two-day summit. But what were some of the stories that flew under the radar?
Creators, both with and without traditional journalism backgrounds, are turning to the platform to tell more in-depth and progressive stories.
Protests against a plan to build a new training center for police and firefighters in Atlanta have spread to major cities all over the country. Some critics are wary that, if successful, the center could create a precedent for others to follow.
Despite mounting tensions between the United States and its rivals China and Russia, President Biden’s climate envoy, John Kerry, told Yahoo News that the U.S. must work with those adversaries on combating climate change.
A father of five in Panama is encouraging other parents to talk to their kids about bullying after a Twitter post about his own eight-year-old son’s experience went viral this week.
Are China and Russia allies? Here are the key takeaways from the Xi-Putin summit.
Americans do not have to compromise on their quality of life in order to help prevent catastrophic climate change, special presidential envoy for climate John Kerry told Yahoo News.
Jrue Holiday, Chandler Parsons and Courtney Lee are all reportedly involved in a lawsuit against Darryl Cohen.
Ford has its work cut out for it in securing enough critical minerals for its EV batteries.
April 1 is the deadline to make your first required minimum distribution, or RMD, from IRAs, 401(k)s, 403 (b) plans and other similar workplace plans.
Presented in 1973, the Mercedes-Benz W116-based ESF 22 prototype inaugurated some of the safety features we take for granted in 2023.
Jarren Reid, 33, drove from side to side to try and shake the driver off after stealing his van in Coventry.
Microsoft has released a pair of emergency updates to address the “aCropalypse” security vulnerability found within its native Windows 10 and 11 screenshot editing apps
In the aftermath of TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew's brutal five hour Congressional hearing on Thursday, TikToker and disinformation researcher Abbie Richards summed up what so many creators were thinking: "It's actually remarkable how much less Congress knows about social media than the average person," Richards told TechCrunch. Across TikTok, users mocked congresspeople for misunderstanding how technology works. In one instance, Representative Richard Hudson (R-NC) asked Chew if TikTok connects to a user's home wi-fi network.
At Christie’s “Top of the Time” online auction based out of auction house’s Hong Kong outfit, a Patek Philippe ‘Sky Moon Tourbillon’ sold for $5.8 million to an anonymous buyer. This stunning Patek Philippe timepiece set a new record for an online auction, using new avenue for the pre-owned watch industry that’s gaining more and more traction.
Ulrika Jonsson has admitted she still wouldn't report her rape today because she feels 'deeply uneasy' about the police.
Harvey Dean-Evans' pet tortoise Mary went missing from his home in Wigan last August.
The lawsuit originated from the Internet Archive’s decision to launch the “National Emergency Library” during the early days of the pandemic.
Welcome back to Chain Reaction, a podcast that interviews newsmakers in crypto to better understand the tech behind the hype and the people working to build a decentralized future. Ava Labs has raised a total of about $640 million, according to Crunchbase, and is backed by firms like a16z and Polychain Capital. In recent months, Ava Labs has announced a number of partnerships with major brands and companies, like Amazon Web Services, which TechCrunch covered exclusively.
So much for market calm.
Devon native Barny Butterfield says he ended up with a cider company by accident and had no initial plan for Sandford Orchards.
The attempted burglary at a Co-op in Kent failed when their van's chassis broke.
As Donald Trump stares down a potential arrest, it is business as usual at his campaign rally.
When local police refused to remove alleged squatters from his mother's Northern California house, this handyman decided to try to outsmart the trespassers.
Recent studies underscore how supposedly race-neutral tax systems and policies can actually magnify racial disadvantages.
Norway, Denmark, and Finland operate the top-tier F-35 fighter jets, while Sweden has its own Gripen E planes.
Two bungalows were left uninhabitable when a 2m (6.4ft) hole opened up in Cornwall.
Calcea Johnson and Ne'Kiya Jackson presented their new findings on the Pythagorean theorem to the American Mathematical Society last week.
The previously pro-Donald Trump tabloid offered some harsh truths for supporters of the former president.
Forget your credit card on your next Panera Bread run? No worries, you'll soon be able to pay with the palm of your hand.
Chase Merrill's honeymoon phase with his Rivian R1S didn't last long. Two days after it arrived, the electric SUV was bricked in the snow.
Walt Disney's CEO Bob Iger has shown no willingness to back down in the face of the governor's efforts to campaign against diversity training.
Spring break crowds still sparse in Miami Beach on Saturday
"Kidulting"—a "big trend" with adult consumers seeking to reconnect with their inner children—is helping Build-A-Bear Workshop outperform the S&P.
Barbie Bassett, a news anchor for WLBT in Mississippi, is facing trouble after quoting a famous Snoop Dogg phrase on live TV. The controversial moment occurred earlier in March when Bassett was discussing Snoop’s latest business venture with her co-anchors, the Clarion Ledger reported.
Following a historically high 8.7% cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) this year, Social Security's 66 million beneficiaries are set up for disappointment in 2024.
Analysts at the Institute for the Study of War (ISW) have noted that Russia's information space is reacting "with considerable concern" to reports of a slowdown in Russian operations and a possible counteroffensive by Ukraine's Armed Forces.
A draft paper by a Harvard scientist and the head of the Pentagon's UFO office has raised the idea an alien mothership could be in the solar system, sending out tiny probes dubbed "dandelion seeds" to explore the planets within.
It took two years for Tulare Lake to dry out after a major flood in the winter of 1982-83.
Medicare Advantage plans are an increasingly popular alternative to Traditional Medicare, but you need to be careful before signing up.
Here are 20 baby names that were popular for boys and girls during the 1920s. A theory among name trend experts suggests that some of these names could make a comeback due to a "100-year rule."
Officers are investigating an incident in Lovejoy after they say a man called for a taxi, then raped the taxi driver at gunpoint.
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is struggling to maintain the city's Eastern Sierra aqueduct amid continued flooding from snowmelt.
During Super Bowl week, news emerged that Hall of Fame quarterback Brett Favre had sued broadcasters (and former NFL players) Pat McAfee and Shannon Sharpe and Mississippi auditor Shad White for defamation in connection with the ongoing Mississippi welfare-fraud scandal. It appears that Favre sued each of them separately. The case against McAfee was filed [more]
Christy Murdaugh, Alex Murdaugh's sister-in-law, stopped by Liberty Auction in Georgia Thursday to collect some of her family's belongings before they were auctioned off.
“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.”