BuzzFeed is merging with major companies to accelerate their major place in media with young people.
A recently relocated Marilyn Monroe sculpture causes an uproar in protests. Protesters are naming it a #MeToo Sculpture and calling for it to be removed.
The prices of guacamole may be rising at the popular Mexican food chain.
A Florida woman became a billionaire overnight but was terrified by what it could mean.
The pandemic caused a surge in dating app users, which resulted in burnt-out employees.
The Great Barrier Reef should be listed as "in danger," a United Nations committee said.
NASA sent baby Hawaiian squid to space to get an understanding of how their immune systems are affected by the spaceflight.
The Obama presidential portraits start an 11-month tour in Chicago this week. Crowds are expected to be large!
Endangered cacti were recovered after being found in a trafficking bust in Italy.
American Airlines announced they will cancel 1% of flights a day until mid-July to ensure they can keep up with pre-pandemic travel demands.
Sotheby's announced they will auction a 101.38 carat diamond in Hong Kong, with cryptocurrency being accepted as payment for the first time.
Dr. Scott Gottlieb outlined a new COVID-19 strategy due to a rise in new variants.
Sen. Lindsey Graham is calling for President Biden to side with the bipartisan $1 trillion plan rather than the Senate Democratic $6 trillion reconciliation package.
Kim has urged preparation for both dialogue and confrontation with the U.S.
Wolves need the help of the Biden administration because some state legislators are allowing states with major wolf populations to have mass killings of the animal.
The U.S has been waiting for the economy to return to normal, but data shows that a 'new normal' may be in the future.
The Amazon CEO backed up a fusion energy facility that is to be built for further research on nuclear energy.
Nestle and Cargill win a court case over if they were apart of the child slavery going on at farms they had purchased from.
Britney Spears will appear in court remotely on June 23rd over her 12-year conservatorship with her father.
Kim Jong Un warns that North Korea may experience a food shortage and longer pandemic restrictions.