More than a quarter of Americans felt that the time was soon approaching to “take up arms” against the federal government on the eve of the United States celebrates its 256th anniversary as a...
Scientists in Massachusetts are issuing warnings to beachgoers that they should take extra precaution as more great white sharks are congregating off Cape Cod at this time of year.
Texas’ Attorney General Ken Paxton has made clear that if the United States Supreme Court were to overturn a ruling that enshrined the constitutionality of sodomy he would defend laws that enforce...
Inflation held firm in May after a tepid retreat in April.
Elon Musk just broke the 100 million followers mark on Twitter yet the Tesla founder has been silent for more than a week now.
California law enforcement officials are investigating a data breach of one of its websites that exposed personal data belonging to every gun owner with a conceal and carry permit in the state.
Delta Air Lines is offering travelers the opportunity to change their flight schedule for free in the days leading up to the hectic Independence Day holiday weekend.
Women investors are placing a higher premium on socially impactful investments than men, a trend that has accelerated in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Airbnb announced that it is making its formerly temporary ban on parties at rentals owned by its hosts a permanent feature.
The Biden administration has warned that Democratic proposals to allow abortion services to continue on federal property was not something that it was willing to support.
The 31-year-old WNBA star could face 10 years in prison if convicted on drug charges.
The number of new U.S. home sales unexpectedly increased in May despite the housing market being buffeted by rising mortgage rates and the Federal Reserve’s recent hawkishness on interest rates.
Analysis of voter registration data across over 40 states showed over 1 million new Republicans were registered to vote compared to about 630,000 Democrats.
JPMorgan Chase, one of the largest banks in the world, told its employees that the firm will cover expenses for employees who travel to other states where seeking an abortion is easier if needed.
Consumer sentiment in the United States sunk further as more Americans’ pessimism in the face of stubborn inflation that has driven up costs for basic goods deepens.
On Friday, the National Abortion Federation released a report that found assaults against clinics rose by 69% last year.
Netflix is letting go another 300 workers as it continues to struggle against a decline in subscriber growth which has weighed down its stock price.
Former President Donald Trump and his lawyer Rudy Giuliani accused a pair of election workers of voter fraud with what they claim was a tainted USB. It turns out they were passing a ginger mint.
Rupert Murdoch, the media mogul who controls Fox News and the Wall Street Journal among other outlets worldwide, is reportedly set to divorce his wife Jerry Hall after five years of marriage.
Instagram is beginning to roll out changes to help verify the ages of its young users after last year’s reports that the company was overlooking its potentially negative effects on teens.