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.
President Biden designated two new national monuments on Tuesday: the Spirit Mountain area in southern Nevada and Castner Range in West Texas.
The US will "prioritize on the kinds of systems that we know they're going to need the most" ahead of spring, John Kirby said, including Abrams tanks.
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.
One arrestee was 16, the other just 15.
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg’s office is wrestling with whether to enforce standard procedures for former President Donald Trump — including handcuffing him and forcing him to undergo a humiliating “perp walk” — if he is indicted this week.
The world has an even tighter timeline for avoiding catastrophic climate change, according to the latest report from the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The sixth “synthesis report” released Monday used findings from three expert assessments published between 2021 and 2022 to give a concise brief for policymakers as they prepare for the next round of climate negotiations.
After "The Last of Us" season one finale on March 12, there are still some sticking points like the development of Joel and Ellie's relationship.
Google's AI chatbot, Bard, is a competitor to OpenAI's ChatGPT, which Microsoft invested in. Bard will be available to some users in the US and UK.
The former president is expected to be indicted soon by a grand jury for his role in a hush money payment made to porn star Stormy Daniels on the eve of the 2016 election.
This week marks the 20th anniversary of the U.S.led invasion of Iraq. Then-President George W. Bush and his British counterpart, Prime Minister Tony Blair, signed off on a war based on the myth that Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein harbored weapons of mass destruction.
"He probably watches my movies on repeat which may be why he has so many typos. (Slippery fingers from lube and KFC)," she said of Trump.
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.
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.
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 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.
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.
NCAA hockey player Carson Briere was caught on video launching a double amputee’s empty wheelchair down a flight of stairs at a bar earlier this month.
Ukraine is now getting warplanes, although not the coveted U.S.-made F-16s it has been pushing for. In what counts as another milestone in the West’s willingness to increase security assistance to the war-ravaged nation, NATO members Poland and Slovakia announced last week they will jointly be donating their entire inventory of Soviet-era MiG-29s to Ukraine.
India will not tolerate use of abusive language and display of obscene content in movies and TV shows on video streaming services, a key minister has warned in a move that a critic cautioned illustrates how the nation's IT rules have “handed over direct ministerial power for censorship." Anurag Thakur, Union Minister of Information Broadcasting and Sports and Youth Affairs, said at a press conference that use of abusive language in the name of creativity will not be tolerated and that the government is receiving a growing list of complaints about increasing abusive and obscene content. Thakur warned that New Delhi will not shy away from “making any changes” in the rules to address this situation.
At its GTC conference, NVIDIA's big bet on AI hardware is more relevant than ever.
To celebrate the legacy of the Porsche 356, Porsche at South by Southwest in Austin displayed its 75th anniversary concept called the Vision 357.
A closer look at the thin blue line after Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre criticized over sharing thin blue line to commemorate fallen Edmonton officers
It was a bit more than 6 months ago when the G-7 announced a novel plan to try and cap the price of Russian oil worldwide.
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.
“The Anointed One”: That was how the Harvard Crimson titled its 1995 profile of Alvin L. Bragg Jr., then a graduating senior at the college. Harvard was full of ambitious young people, but Bragg seemed destined for something exceptional.
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.
Google has flagged several apps made by a Chinese e-commerce giant as malware, alerting users who had them installed, and suspended the company's official app. In the last couple of weeks, multiple Chinese security researchers have accused Pinduoduo, a rising e-commerce giant that boasts almost 800 million active users, of making apps for Android that contain malware designed to monitor users. Ed Fernandez, a Google spokesperson, said that “off-Play versions of this app that have been found to contain malware have been enforced on via Google Play Protect,” referring to apps that are not on Google Play.
Nicole Taylor stole her 79-year-old granddad’s life savings when she became power of attorney.
Ford's first Volkswagen-based electric crossover is a European interpretation of the Explorer. The model will not be sold in the United States.
The comedian said a police sergeant later asked for free gig tickets.
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.
TikTok has another problem to add to its growing pile: Italy's consumer watchdog has opened an investigation over user safety concerns -- stepping in after a so-called "French scar" challenge went viral on the video sharing platform in which users have been seen apparently pinching their faces in order to create and show off red lines as mock scars. In a press release today, the AGCM accused TikTok of lacking an adequate moderation systems for user generated content, asserting that it's failing to uphold community guidelines set out in its T&Cs where it claims to remove dangerous content, such as posts inciting suicide, self-harm and eating disorders. The AGCM's investigation is targeting the Irish company, TikTok Technology Limited, which it says handles the platform's European consumer relations, as well as English and Italian TikTok entities.
The Genesis Electrified GV70 SUV is the avatar of Hyundai Motor’s $10 billion American EV investment, which is expected to foster up to 8,000 good-paying jobs.
The Code Assist and Material Generator Betas hope to make game creation less tedious.
Regional bank stocks surged Tuesday on a pledge of support from Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen.
Nordstrom's liquidation sale has officially begun, and Canadians have plenty of thoughts.
At one of my first startup jobs, I walked in one day to find two sleeping co-workers who’d spent the night configuring servers at a co-locating facility 60 miles away. The relatively recent shift to cloud computing promised to lower costs and boost productivity, but “cloud-first strategies may be hitting the limits of their efficacy, and in many cases, ROIs are diminishing,” writes Thomas Robinson, COO of Domino Data Lab.
The former prime minister avoided a fine for a party he hosted - but the women he invited weren't so lucky, alleges PM's former adviser
ChatGPT went offline and temporarily became inaccessible on Monday after some users discovered that they could see the titles of other people's chat histories.
"Diversification is the key," Echo Huang, a financial advisor, said.
“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.”