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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Consumer Reports' ranked 36 auto insurance companies based on subscriber responses. USAA, NJM, and Amica were the top three for the 19th straight year.
At its GTC conference, NVIDIA's big bet on AI hardware is more relevant than ever.
A judge has granted class action status to a lawsuit brought by 39 plaintiffs across 26 states covering issues with General Motors' 8-speed automatic transmissions.
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.
The Fed's two-day policy meeting kicks off Tuesday with the central bank perhaps facing the most uncertain landscape in recent memory as rising interest rates stand in tension with a banking crisis that threatens economic growth.
Singapore will switch to an intuitive approach to informing the masses about public health emergencies. How will the authorities do this?
GM is changing the kind of OnStar plans that will be standard equipment in a range of vehicles for the 2024 model year.
Image prompts: Microsoft is enabling Bing users to tap into their most creative selves — through AI, of course, via the use of OpenAI’s DALL-E image creator, Frederic reports. Frederic also writes about two additional features, Visual Stories and Knowledge Cards. “Best I can tell, Microsoft has been testing these quite a bit in recent weeks since they’ve been popping up in my searches with some frequency.”
Nordstrom's liquidation sale has officially begun, and Canadians have plenty of thoughts.
Mitsubishi Triton XRT Concept is unveiled at Bangkok Motor Show appearing as a tougher off-road version of the midsize pickup wearing Ralliart branding.
U.S. stocks moved higher early Tuesday following U.S. and European efforts to stabilize the banking system.
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.
Mitchell was arrested Wednesday for marijuana possession and the intent to sell after he was pulled over in Florida.
While LinkedIn is helpful for displaying people's educational and professional achievements, there exists a world of self-taught tech talent whose skills are not so easily reflected on the networking site. Aspecta is trying to fill that gap by providing an AI-powered profile builder for developers who wish to create LinkedIn-like identity pages for themselves. The number of web3 developers has been surging despite the crypto winter, and naturally, Aspecta's data reach extends to the blockchain world.
Changes to the 2024 Jeep Wrangler throughout the lineup will give the Rubicon 392 more traction and the 4xe onboard power capability.
Amazon's at a crossroads. After years of no-expense-spared growth, the company's slashing costs wherever it can, CFRA Research Senior Equity Analyst Arun Sundaram told Yahoo Finance Live on Tuesday.
The comedian said a police sergeant later asked for free gig tickets.
NVIDIA debuted its AI Foundations cloud services on Tuesday -- now most anybody can build their own chatbot or text-to-image generator.
Ford's first Volkswagen-based electric crossover is a European interpretation of the Explorer. The model will not be sold in the United States.
Ontario-based Algonquin Power could face a $65 million break-up fee if the deal falls through.
It was a bit more than six months ago when the G-7 announced a novel plan to try and cap the price of Russian oil worldwide. Putin is hoping closer ties to China can undermine its impact.
Several popular budget smartphones are on sale for under $300.
Nvidia and Quantum Machines, the Israeli startup offering an orchestration platform to controlling and operating quantum processors, today announced the launch of Nvidia DGX Quantum, which combines Nvidia's Grace Hopper Superchip with Quantum Machines' controller. Over the course of the last few years, it's become increasingly clear that to effectively operate a quantum computer, you'll also need a lot of classical compute resources to control these systems.
Lamborghini has released details about the Aventador's long-awaited successor. Called LB744 internally, the model will stand out as the company's first series-produced hybrid car.
After Silicon Valley Bank’s failure, the Federal Reserve announced further support for commercial banks. Banks with Fed accounts enjoy perks like higher interest rates and instant transfers not available to other Americans, but one proposal could change that by creating a "public banking option."
The joint resolution sought to overturn a Labor Department rule that allows — but doesn't force — fiduciaries to consider those factors.
Jabra has unveiled regular Elite 4 earbuds that offer most of the Active's features at a lower price.
More young people are getting colon cancer. A man diagnosed at age 29 shares symptoms as part of this trend — pelvic pain, blood in stool, not being able to sit
Control button lovers, rest easy: Hyundai has promised to keep physical “hard” buttons in cars, at least for the near future.
A giant coronal hole, spotted Monday, is releasing rapid solar winds expected to reach Earth on Friday, March 24, causing more vibrant aurora borealis.
An associate psychology professor at the University of Central Florida (UCF) is launching a lawsuit against his university for firing him last year over a Twitter rant in which he compared Asian Americans to African Americans and proclaimed, “white Americans are under siege.” In the lawsuit, Charles Negy, who has since been reinstated, accuses the university’s board of trustees of violating the First and Fourteenth Amendments. The lawsuit also accuses the board of negligence, abuse of process and intentional infliction of severe emotional distress, according to reports.
“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.”