The former president is expected to soon be indicted by a grand jury for his role in a hush-money payment made to the porn star Stormy Daniels on the eve of the 2016 election.
The former president is expected to soon be indicted by a New York grand jury for his role in a hush money payment made to porn star Stormy Daniels on the eve of the 2016 election.
A proposed California bill could ban the sale of Skittles, Hot Tamales candy, Dubble Bubble Twist Gum, and other food items containing chemicals that the legislation's supporters say are toxic and dangerous.
"Stranger Things" star Gaten Matarazzo said that the Netflix show has been the "defining aspect" of his life for the past decade.
Rupert Murdoch is set to walk down the aisle a fifth time, announcing his engagement to Ann Lesley Smith in March 2023.
As big tech companies shed jobs, founders and investors like Elon Musk and Keith Rabois say workers have sat around doing nothing for too long.
A man has sued multiple companies over their product advertising. But some attorneys think the lawsuits are more of a distraction than a campaign for greater consumer protections.
Here’s a look at how Donald Trump’s likely rivals for the Republican nomination are seeking to navigate the issue.
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.
An average of $500,000 raised per day is almost double the daily average of donations Trump received when he launched his 2024 White House bid.
Beh Gaik Lean was stunned when she found out she'd been shortlisted for a Michelin star: "I knew about Michelin but I'm not well versed," she said.
Classes were canceled on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, leaving half a million students out of school in the nation's second-largest district.
The news comes after two Russian Su-27 fighter jets aggressively approached and then clipped an American MQ-9 Reaper drone over the Black Sea.
When asked about his "territorial dispute" comment, DeSantis said his words were "mischaracterized" and that Russia was "wrong" to invade Ukraine.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has revealed the root cause of the battery fires that halted Ford F-150 Lightning production.
This woman called out the "seasoning police" and is now taking heat for it.
"We deserve to be treated with respect. And our things deserve to be treated with just as much respect," says double amputee Sydney Benes.
"This isn’t the first nor the last campaign you will see with a wheelchair. We’re not only in adaptive campaigns, we’re everywhere." The post Disability advocates educate Candace Owens after she calls SKIMS adaptive clothing line ‘ridiculous’ appeared first on In The Know.
Porsche's bid to join the Formula 1 grid in 2026 has ended. Due to the nature of the sport, it could be a decade before the company reconsiders.
If Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis defeats former President Donald Trump for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, he may have a harder time winning the general election than his supporters expect, according to the latest Yahoo News/YouGov poll.
The Federal Reserve released updated economic forecasts in its Summary of Economic Projections (SEP), which showed no change in the central bank's median forecast for interest rate increases over the balance of this year.
Dick Van Dyke, 97, had a mishap during the torrential rains in Southern California, losing control of his Lexus and sliding it into a gate in Malibu.
A monkey snuck into a Hougang estate last Sunday afternoon. It washed its hands in an outdoor basin and stole a vegetable to eat.
Open Network for Digital Commerce, the Indian government-backed initiative that is attempting to “democratize” e-commerce, has set its eyes on another industry it would like to disrupt. ONDC, a nonprofit firm set up by India’s commerce ministry in 2021, is opening up its railroads to serve mobility firms, it said at a press conference in Bengaluru Thursday. The firm is kickstarting its mobility journey by onboarding Namma Yatri, an on-demand auto rickshaw booking app operational in Bengaluru.
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s plan to seize control of Houston’s public school district and install a handpicked board of managers in place of the duly elected school board is not sitting well with the city’s educators.
The proposals may unintentionally hurt those least prepared for retirement.
Genesis hasn't ruled out launching a small, electric car for the European market, and the model could draw inspiration from the 2019 Mint concept.
If you’ve been waiting for a decent discount on the Ableton Live 11 music production suite, now might be the time.
Here is everything you need to know about the latest strike action across the UK.
The funding landscape remains very tough for technology startups, but there are still some pockets, and specific companies, driving a lot of interest right now among investors because they look like they'll break through whatever current macroeconomic trends that are gripping the world. Today, a startup out of Munich called IntegrityNext announced that it has raised its first-ever funding, an equity round of €100 million ($109 million), for a new twist on supply chain software: a platform that helps organizations with lots of suppliers automatically audit and monitor those companies for compliance with environmental and sustainability governance (ESG) rules -- both those that companies set for themselves, as well as those coming from a growing body of regulation. The funding is coming from a single investor, EQT Growth, and it will be used to continue building out the breadth of the platform but also the company's go-to-market position: it has a growing number of customers -- and there are even a fledgling number of would-be suppliers -- across the U.S. and Europe, and so the plan is to build more capabilities to meet that opportunity.
Two economists think COVID-related supply disruptions are still a big cause of inflation. If so, the Fed might be done hiking interest rates.
Ford will open the order bank for the 2023 Bronco to the public on March 27 for 24 hours. Production constraints keep some popular options off limits.
Microsoft has finally made its Loop app available to try for collaborative document editing.
Albuterol, a fast-acting medication used to treat asthma in children, is currently experiencing a shortage.
American crypto giant Coinbase received a Wells notice today from the Securities and Exchange Commission. In the wake of Coinbase's filing regarding the Wells notice, shares of the company are off sharply in after-hours trading. Per a Coinbase SEC filing regarding the matter, the company writes that the government agency's staff has "advised the Company that it made a 'preliminary determination' to recommend that the SEC file an enforcement action against the Company alleging violations of the federal securities law."
The initiative is part of a broader effort to increase oversight of schools, improve student experiences, and hold low-performing and predatory schools accountable.
Julie Finney, 48, helped mastermind a drug trafficking ring from her home with her two sons.
Amazon shoppers love the goods from this iconic brand: 'Always fast and reliable.'
What is perimenopause? Drew Barrymore and Gayle King open up about the symptoms.
At a company that helps people find jobs, 2,200 employees will now have to embark on a job search of their own. Indeed laid off 15% of employees today, CEO Chris Hyams announced in an all-hands meeting. In a blog post, Hyams elaborated on the decision by explaining that the job market is expected to continue to cool down.
Consumers appear to be taking the banking crisis in stride...for now.
Production for the sixth generation Chevrolet Camaro will officially come to an end after the 2024 model year.
Looking for to upgrade your audio so you can enjoy Apple Music's new Lossless offerings? Here's our pick of the best for every device you own.
Richard Swinnerton, who taught at St Clare’s Catholic Primary School in Middlesbrough, received a suspended jail sentence in 2020 after he admitted three counts of possession of illegal images of children.
“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.”