He invested in Dogecoin and made millions of dollars, so he quit his job and Goldman Sachs after 14 years.
The national gas price average jumped six cents Monday to $2.96 due to the Colonial Pipeline shutdown.
The rubbing of cow dung on one’s body is believed to ward off COVID-19, but it could spread other diseases, Indian doctors say.
Dogecoin surged to a high of about 54 cents on Tuesday morning when Elon Musk asked his 52.9 million followers if they wanted Dogecoin as a Tesla payment option.
The B.1.617 COVID variant was first identified in India, which has seen near-record coronavirus infections and COVID-19 deaths in recent days.
Workers at McDonald's will strike on May 19 in as many as 15 cities across the U.S.
The 2013 to 2015 Honda Accord is being investigated by the NHTSA for an alleged loss of steering issue.
"We do need to start being more liberal, as we get more people vaccinated,” Fauci said.
The recall affects certain 2016 to 2019 Ford Explorer SUVs that may have a roof rail cover that can detach while driving.
Miller High Life is looking to rename the border around its Milwaukee, Wisconsin, brewery the "Champagne of Beers Region."
The drawing for the Mega Millions $370 million jackpot is Friday at 11 p.m. ET.
Crocs will give away 10,000 pairs of it Crocs at Works shoes a day for free to healthcare workers, starting on Monday.
Kiddies smoke alarms and combination smoke/carbon monoxide alarms were recalled because they may not alert homeowners that there is a fire in their home.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed an executive order banning COVID passports in the state into law on Monday.
Customers can get a $5 in-store coupon just by getting their COVID vaccine at any local Target store.
The FAA has issued fines to unruly airline passengers who violate agency regulations or federal law, ranging from $9,000 to $32,750.
The FCC will begin accepting applications for the program May 12
The job cuts by JCPenney affect workers in its stores, field operations, and corporate locations.
Some 7-Eleven franchisees say that the tight labor market is making it increasing difficult to find people to fill open job positions at their stores.
Circle K's Sip & Save beverage subscription program offers one tea, coffee, Froster slushy, or Polar Pop fountain drink every day.