China bought more U.S soybeans in November. The latest China customs data on Wednesday revealed the Asian country bought 2.56 million tonnes of U.S. soybeans.
The video on the final moments of one-year-old kid Chloe Wiegand, who fell from a Royal Caribbean cruise ship in San Juan was leaked and telecast on Tuesday in a private channel.
Living up to the maxim that instruction should convince the learner, a teacher in Spain bared her body in a bodysuit to educate students on human anatomy and won laurels in social media.
Hunter Biden, son of Presidential contender Joe Biden is facing multiple criminal investigations relating to “fraud, money laundering and a counterfeiting scheme” according to court documents.
American Electric car maker Tesla’s shares hit a landmark in the stock market Monday at $420 for the first time after rising more than 3.6 percent.
In the aftermath of the collision between two ships of Carnival Cruise, the cruise company has explained that the accident in Mexico was caused by “spontaneous wind gusts and strong currents.”
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has said President Donald Trump is scared of “strong Latino women” while explaining the rationale of Trump’s hostility to the democrat lawmaker from New York.
A Christian magazine that published an editorial calling President Donald Trump’s removal from office had a surge in subscribers despite backlash from some evangelicals.
President Donald Trump appears to be the favorite candidate of millionaire voters in the U.S for 2020 polls, according to a new survey.
In an obvious jab at Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s tweets on the pre-order surge of Tesla Cybertruck, carmaker BMW went on a twitter spree announcing the sale of 500,000 electric vehicles.
A native of Kansas pleaded guilty of having murdered his girlfriend during a cruise trip from Florida to the Bahamas in 2018, onboard a Carnival cruise ship.
Presidential aspirant Elizabeth Warren has been endorsed by a Democrat donor accused as a “dangerous sexual predator" and charged with sexual misconduct and killing people.
Disney Plus, the streaming business of Walt Disney Company took away almost 1 million subscribers from market leader Netflix and built up an estimated 24 million U.S. subscribers by late November.
In a setback to Carnival Cruise, a Miami judge refused its motion for dismissal of a lawsuit by the family of Jeffrey Eisenmann who died of a heart attack during a Carnival cruise .
In the light of experience from states where recreational marijuana was legalized, Illinois stepped up preparations to handle the expected spike in emergency cases in hospitals.
Top technology companies Apple, Google, Microsoft, Dell and Tesla have been sued for “knowingly benefiting from” the exploitation of children in the cobalt mines of Congo.
American News channel CBS News has been sued by a female TV show producer alleging gender discrimination over a complaint she filed against the “inappropriate conduct” of her male boss.
Marijuana price in Colorado has risen sharply and those of buds are at a three-year high, according to state officials.
The boat crash in the Danube River in May involving a cruise ship that killed 28 people has led to the re-arrest of the cruise ship captain.
The strange case of 91 profitable Fortune 500 companies paying zero taxes on U.S. income in 2018 had been revealed in a study by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy.