The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have issued a warning for Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
Hunter Biden is indicted on nine tax charges in California as a special counsel investigation into the business dealings of President Joe Biden’s son intensifies.
From a massive drop in support among the Muslim community to Biden’s re-election campaign scrambling to save face. One America’s Monica Paige breaks down the week at the Biden White House.
A unique store in Scottsboro, Alabama, called unclaimed baggage, leaves little to the imagination with their name.
The President’s son Hunter is slammed with nine new tax-related charges in a new indictment.
West Virginia and Indiana co-lead an amicus brief asking the Michigan Court Of Appeals to keep 45th President Donald Trump on the ballot in both the primary and general elections.
The Teamsters union that represents U.S. workers at UPS said it would respond to the firing of about 35 newly organized workers by filing unfair labor practice charges and potentially striking.
U.S. job growth accelerated in November while the unemployment rate fell to 3.7%.
Investment banks and asset managers have wildly varying stock market and currency calls for 2024, reflecting deep division over whether the U.S. economy will enter a long-heralded recession.
Amazon.com asked a federal court to dismiss a U.S. government antitrust lawsuit which accuses the company of using illegal strategies to boost profits at its online retail empire.
More than 10 million people have signed up for X in December, X CEO Linda Yaccarino said in a post on the social media platform.
Alphabet shares ended 5.3% higher on Thursday as Wall Street cheered the launch of Gemini.
Pop superstar Taylor Swift rocked concert stages, cinemas, local economies – and even the Earth – in 2023.
“Oppenheimer” will screen in Japan next year, a launch that had been in doubt amid criticism that the film largely ignores the devastation of the atomic bombings.
Time Magazine has named singer and songwriter Taylor Swift as “Person of the Year” for the 2023 year.
Russians and Belarusians who qualify in their sport for the Paris 2024 Olympics can take part as neutrals without flags, emblems or anthems at the event next year.
The DP World Tour must “rewrite the rules” on eligibility for the Ryder Cup following Jon Rahm’s stunning move to the Saudi-backed LIV Golf circuit.
Golf’s longest hitters will be reeled in under new rules announced on Wednesday by the R&A and USGA that will limit the distance balls.