Billionaire Charlie Munger, known as Warren Buffet’s right-hand man, has died at the age of 99.
The Portland teachers strike ends with a tentative deal.
Hillcrest High School in Queens is being investigated over a an anti-Israel riot by some of its students.
Louisiana Senator John Kennedy tells One America News that Joe Biden is becoming “weak kneed” in his support of Israel because many progressives in his party actually support Hamas.
Rolls-Royce is aiming to quadruple its profit in five years by increasing the performance of its jet engines.
The Attorney General for California advises his residents on how to avoid scams this holiday season.
Walt Disney CEO Bob Iger told employees he faced a “myriad of challenges” upon returning to the company.
Deep discounts during the Thanksgiving weekend enticed U.S. shoppers to splurge about $38 billion online.
Sales of new U.S. single-family homes fell more than expected in October, likely as higher mortgage rates reduced affordability.
Amazon is trying to lure big corporate customers to it AWS cloud computing service with a new chatbot for businesses.
Some cryptocurrency ETF pioneers plan to sit out what is expected to be a fierce industry battle for market share.
The rapid adoption of artificial intelligence could reduce wages, but so far is creating, not destroying jobs.
Production of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” was canceled this week as the top-rated U.S. late-night television host recovers from surgery.
Ozzy Osbourne, the renowned 74-year-old rock star, has struggled with a variety of health issues since receiving a Parkinson’s disease diagnosis around 20 years ago, however, he remained upbeat in a recent Rolling Stone UK interview.
Oscar winner Cuba Goodwin Jr. has been hit with two new sexual assault lawsuits.
A rise in antisemitic acts around the world during the Gaza war has set new security challenges for Israeli athletes ahead of the Paris 2024 Olympics.
Paris residents with passes would be shielded from the temporary rise and visitors would be charged “a fair price”.
Oscar Pistorius’s life story reads like the script to two markedly different films – the first an inspirational sporting biopic and the second a grim tale of murder.