Bed, Bath & Beyond has laid off over 100 employees this week.
If the winner claims the prize in lump sum instead of spread out over 29 years, then the amount paid will be $465.5 million.
Nicholas Cage has filed for a marriage license with his girlfriend of nearly a year - Erica Koike.
A Brooklyn lawsuit has charged two JetBlue pilots of rape and sexual assault against three female airline workers during a layover in Puerto Rico before flying back to Newark, NJ.
The crew members met Flight Officers Eric Johnson and Dan Watson on a beach and shared some beers after finding out the men were pilots for JetBlue, court documents revealed.
According to the Powerball website, no one won the jackpot for Wednesday which will brings the next drawing amount to $625 million with a cash value of $380.6 million
Harvest Health and Recreation has ambitions of becoming the largest cannabis company in the USA.
The Powerball jackpot of $495 million is the eighth largest offered in the lottery’s history.
Even as the Department of Justice and the Federal Communications Commission are examining the merits and demerits of T-Mobile's proposed Sprint, T-Mobile merger, the latter has assured that the Lifeline assistance program will continue.
“Daylight time, a monstrosity in timekeeping.” - Harry S. Truman
The first places to use daylight saving time were some cities and regions of Canada in the early 1900s and then Germany in World War I.
Donald Trump has grudgingly accepted a compromise deal forced on him by Democrats, but said he’ll now declare a national emergency to fund his border wall with Mexico.
SpaceX will need more than 1,000,000 ground stations to track its proposed constellation of 12,000 satellites.
J.C. Penney announced via its blog that it would no longer sell appliances starting on Feb 28 and it will only sell furniture online and in select stores in Puerto Rico.
Former WWE star Carlito may have finally set the record straight on his rumored appearance at the 2019 WWE Royal Rumble.
NASA and the National Science Foundation were able to obtain radar images of near-Earth asteroid 2003 SD220.