Pelosi Supports Ban On Stock Trading For Lawmakers And Judges, Reversing Previous Comments
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) held a press conference Wednesday where she revised her previous comments on banning stock trading for lawmakers.
New York Drops Indoor Mask Mandate Amid Falling Omicron Cases
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announced that the state will let the indoor mask mandate expire, citing a decreasing number of cases after the Omicron surge.
Why Tesla Is Bracing For Another Racial Discrimination Lawsuit
Tesla is preparing to fend off another racial discrimination suit, this time from the state of California.
Leslie Jones Pressured To Not Live Tweet The Olympics: ‘It’s Just Gotten Too Hard’
Comedian Leslie Jones cites a lack of support for her live reactions to the Olympic games that she posts on her social media accounts, garnering millions of views and generating interest in the games.
Want To Pelt Jeff Bezos’ 'SuperYacht' With Rotten Eggs? Rotterdam Citizens Vow To Throw Some
Jeff Bezos' $500 million, worlds-largest superyacht wants to sail by the summer, but push back from local lawmakers and citizens could get in the way.
Pharmacies In This State Are Being Accused Of Hiking COVID-19 Test Kit Prices
The Attorney General's investigation into the COVID-19 test kit price gouging has already been met with "unnecessary roadblocks," but the office says it hopes to avoid pursuing legal action.
Indoor Mask Mandates In California Will Expire This Month: Newsom Cites 65% Decrease In COVID-19 Cases
As the Omicron wave of COVID cases settle, California's Governor is looking to loosen or abandon some of its previous mandates.
Climate Change Report 2022: These Companies' ‘Carbon Neutrality’ Pledges Are Misleading
Companies make "carbon neutrality" and "carbon-free" pledges only to not be transparent on the follow through and not commit enough to achieve their goals.
Will Your Flight Be On-Time? Here's A List Of Most Punctual US Airlines, Airports
The list of the best airlines and airports in terms of punctuality, on-time arrivals, and few delays were reported by the Official Aviation Guide and the Wall Street Journal.
Two Crystal Cruises Ships Seized In The Bahamas For Unpaid Fuel Bill
Peninsula Petroleum Far East sued Crystal Cruises in U.S. federal court for unpaid fuel bills and won.
COVID-19 Nasal Spray Vaccine May Protect Against Infection Better Than Injection
Studies show that these vaccines may better protect against the COVID-19 virus, including Delta and Omicron, by preventing infection and reducing transmission.
Snapchat Rises Above Social Media Fray In Q4: Why It Reported First Quarterly Profit Ever?
Snapchat posted its first quarterly profits since the company went public in 2017, standing a part from social media companies that saw a tumultuous week.
Twitter ‘Downvote’ Goes Global, But Will It Be A Good Feature?
Twitter's test of the down-vote feature goes global, the company announced on Wednesday. Positive results reported by the social media company so far, but concerns remain.
Amazon Is Raising Prices Again: What To Know
Amazon increases the price of its Prime membership for the first time since 2018.
US Economy: Part-Time Workers Struggling To Pay Expenses Despite Worker Shortage
A lack of stability and reliability in working hours across multiple services and part-time work industries is influencing workers' ability to pay expenses.
Remote Work Is Growing In Popularity, But Companies Are Not Clearing Out Office Spaces
While companies are not getting rid of their office spaces despite the growing popularity of remote and hybrid work, companies may need to rethink how workspace works.
Rudy Giuliani On 'The Masked Singer?' Two Judges Walked Off Stage In Protest
Rudy Giuliani was one contestant on Fox’s "The Masked Singer" this 7th season.
The Historic Rotterdam Bridge Makes Room For Jeff Bezos’ Yacht
The city will briefly modify the historic Koningshaven Bridge by the summer, leaving locals with mixed feelings.
Bolt CEO Steps Down After Fiery Twitter Thread And $11B Valuation
Ryan Breslow is stepping down from tech company Bolt following a controversial Twitter thread that called Silicon Valley's largest players "mob bosses."
Glassdoor’s 12 ‘Best Jobs’ In US For 2022 All Pay Over $100,000
Glassdoor published its top 50 best jobs in the U.S. on Wednesday, finding that tech jobs ranked among the highest.
New York Times Reaches 10M Subscribers After Purchase Of Wordle, The Athletic
The New York Times announced the news in a Q4 release.
Trump Tore Up Documents Related To Jan 6 Committee Investigation
The Jan. 6 committee is making headway even as Trump tries to stall them, including taping together evidence previously torn up by the former president.
US Economy 2022: The Number Of Jobs Rises Above Unemployment, Cooldown In ‘The Great Resignation’
The number of people who quit their jobs in 2021 broke records, but data shows that "the great resignation" is slowing down.
T-Mobile To Fire Unvaccinated Employees In April After Vaccine Mandate Struck Down By Supreme Court
Even though the vaccine mandate for businesses with over 100 employees was struck down by the Supreme Court, T-Mobile and other companies continue to require vaccinations.
Historically Black Universities Receive Bomb Threats At Start Of Black History Month
HBCUs across the U.S. have received bomb threats over the past two days as Black History Month begins.
COVID-19 Rapid Test Recall: These Brands Give False Positives
Two COVID-19 test brands have been lauding FDA approval when they are not approved.
How Much Does Trump Have To Spend On A Potential 2024 Presidential Run?
Trump has a lot of funds saved up that are being described as a "war chest" for his likely presidential run in 2024.
Beijing In The Midst Of Omicron Outbreak As Winter Olympics Approach
Beijing, China has recorded cases of the COVID-19 Omicron variant, the highest numbers in the country since June 2020.
Apple To Allow Unlisted Apps To Appear On Its App Store
Unlisted apps are unavailable to the public, which raises some security questions.
History Of Book Banning: A Reminder From The Past
Book bans have been widely reported in the U.S. since the start of 2021, with many expressing concerns across the board.