A “suspicious” house fire left a Missouri teacher and her four children unable to escape in time, killing all five, according to reports.
Former United Nations Ambassador Governor Nikki Haley has vowed to stay in the Republican primary race beyond the South Carolina primary.
The showrunners for a popular parental advice YouTube channel is sentenced to 60 years in prison after pleading guilty to child abuse.
The Biden Administration’s open border policies have wreaked havoc on border communities.
Soft on Crime prosecutors are creating safety concerns in New York.
A new Fox News poll shows President Trump leading President Joe Biden in the crucial swing states of North Carolina.
Equity and fixed income markets may be too optimistic on how quickly central banks will cut interest rates.
Capital One plans to acquire Discover Financial Services to create a global payments giant.
Goldman Sachs raised its year-end target for the benchmark S&P 500 citing an improved earnings outlook for the index companies.
Nike will cut more than 1,600 jobs to lower expenses as demand for its shoes comes under pressure.
Apple is rolling out an upgrade to its iMessage texting platform to defend against future encryption-breaking technologies.
The first human patient implanted with a brain-chip from Neuralink appears to have fully recovered.
A group of 20 tech companies announced they will work together to prevent deceptive AI content from interfering with elections.
OpenAI is working on a software that can generate minute-long videos based on text prompts.
Taylor Swift added another honor to her long list of accolades, winning the global recording artist of the year award for the fourth time.
The BAFTA Film Awards were handed out on Sunday at a ceremony in London.
Kristen Stewart is ready for conversations about films to no longer focus on just that aspect of their identity.
Former ATP finalist and Miami Open tournament director James Blake has been fined for breaching betting sponsorship rules.
An Israeli medallist was booed by the crowd, taking the gloss off some stunning achievements in the pool.
Kenya’s Sarah Chepchirchir has been found to have violated anti-doping regulations for a second time.