A U.S. appeals court on Tuesday seemed unlikely to revive claims that Amazon.com Inc fired New York warehouse worker Christian Smalls, a pivotal figure in a campaign to unionize the company's workforce, because of his race.
Twitter will no longer crack down on COVID-19 misinformation, the company said Tuesday.
U.S. consumer confidence slipped to a four-month low in November, with households less keen to spend on big-ticket items over the next six months amid high inflation and rising borrowing costs, heightening the risks of a recession next year.
President Joe Biden said on Tuesday he was confident a U.S.
Republican officials in Arizona and Pennsylvania voted to delay certification of November's midterm elections, citing debunked conspiracies.
The first big breakthrough in 30 years of Alzheimer's research is providing momentum for clinical trials of "cocktail" treatments targeting the two hallmark proteins associated with the mind-robbing disease, according to interviews with researchers and pharmaceutical executives.
The Earthshot Prize awards will be in Boston on Friday. Prince William and Kate Middleton are presenting and other stars will perform and attend.
Elon Musk's declaration of war on Apple in a series of tweets on Monday gives Spotify and Fortnite maker Epic Games a powerful ally in taking the tech giant to task over its 30% App Store fees.
The Wednesday night jackpot will climb to $65 million after the Monday drawing produced no grand prize winners.
Diplomatic foes the United States and Iran face off on the pitch at the World Cup on Tuesday in a match that some Iranians fear may see further run-ins with stadium security or clashes with pro-government fans over raging protests back home.
Sam Brinton was charged with felony theft after they allegedly snatched the suitcase from the baggage claim at the airport on Sept. 16.
Doctors initially said he was fine but his mother insisted they take his screams seriously.