Apr 29, 2017
Major indexes closed up for April, however, with the Nasdaq up for six consecutive months, the longest
A funny thing happened on Wall Street in Donald Trump's first 100 days in the White House: Shares of
The U.S. economy grew at its weakest pace in three years in the first quarter as consumer spending almost
Elderly Sacramento Woman Fatally Beaten on School Track
A police mug shot taken in Lancaster County, S.C., is drawing attention across the country for what appears to be a blond woman with black eyes. The mug shot is of 24-year-old Morgan Joyce Varn, who faces charges of kidnapping, armed robbery and property damage in Lancaster County. She remained in the Lancaster County jail Friday without bond. It is the kind of case that typically doesn’t get attention beyond county lines, but the story was being picked up across the nation Friday due to Varn’s striking image: Full head of blond hair, pale forehead covered in tattoos, and the whites of her eyes appearing to be black and reflective like glass. Social media commenters quickly picked up on the photo,
Well, we’re definitely impressed. Britney Spears posted a pool stunt on Instagram that showed how incredible her balance is. Of course, she…
What in the fresh hell is going on here?!
By Jack Kim and Ju-min Park SEOUL (Reuters) - North Korea test-fired a ballistic missile on Saturday shortly after U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson warned that failure to curb Pyongyang's nuclear and ballistic missile programs could lead to "catastrophic consequences". U.S. and South Korean officials said the test, from an area north of the North Korean capital, appeared to have failed, in what would be the North's fourth straight unsuccessful missile test since March. The test came as the USS Carl Vinson aircraft carrier group arrived in waters near the Korean peninsula, where it will join the USS Michigan, a guided missile submarine that docked in South Korea on Tuesday.
It’s a strange time in the sports media world after ESPN fired 100 employees on Wednesday. The massive staff chop spawned strong opinions about who did and did not deserve to remain at the network. Most of those predictably have come from your average Twitter troll — “You spilled Starbucks on yourself, Adam Schefter? Well at least you still have a job” — but some of have come from within the industry. Former Sports Illustrated writer Jeff Pearlman used Stephen A. Smith as the face of the problem with ESPN’s layoffs — and the industry as a whole. In an essay, which specifically noted it was not Smith’s “fault” that he is paid exponentially more than anyone who was fired this week, Pearlman decried
Scarlett Johansson is on a mission to meet and bring her 72-year-old look-alike to her movie premiere of "Rough Night."
Round-trip flights are as low as $364.
On the cusp of his 100th day in office, President Trump went on a media blitz this week, granting
White House press secretary Sean Spicer attempted Thursday to shift blame to the Obama administration for
ISTANBUL (AP) — An American and a British man, allegedly members of the Islamic State group, were arrested
Elon Musk shows off a video about his tunnel boring company, The Boring Company, a self-driving Apple test
Veteran-focused social platform Sandboxx wants to pair its community members with experts who can
The Rose City isn’t happy with Uber… again. After the company failed to turn over details
The insurer’s earnings beat expectations, but it warned it could withdraw from some marketplaces or raise
The support of the House Freedom Caucus breathed new life into efforts to replace the Affordable Care Act,
Serena Williams won the Australian Open in her eighth week of pregnancy, a time when many women are dead