According to Volodymyr Zelenskyy, the president of Ukraine, U.S. citizens and other foreign nationals can now enlist in the country’s national guard. Kyiv reportedly wants to “keep its military intact” as it approaches the end of its two-year conflict with Russia.
The FBI, DHS and other cybersecurity agencies are probing a widespread Telecommunications outage, to determine if it was caused by a cyber-attack.
President Joe Biden’s brother, James, was in the hot seat on Capitol Hill. The closed-door testimony comes as part of the House Oversight Committee’s impeachment inquiry into the President.
Get ready to meet the man behind the headlines. He snagged Trump’s golden ‘Never Surrender’ high tops, signed by the former president, for a $9,000 bid at Philadelphia’s ‘Sneaker Con’ last weekend. He says overnight, the mainstream media painted him as a Russian oligarch.
As the influx of migrants continue to surge at the southern border many state officials are working to control the mass of people from coming across the border.
Two adults are arrested in connection to the Kansas City mass shooting. One Americas Makenna Blackman has the latest.
A cellular phone service outage on Thursday hit thousands of AT&T users in the United States.
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.
Nvidia galloped to $2 trillion market value after the bellwether for AI chip demand once again exceeded Wall Street’s sky-high expectations.
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.
The 32-time Grammy winner Beyoncé has achieved a new feat by becoming the first Black woman to have a spot on Billboard’s country music chart.
47 years after the mega-hit album “Hotel California” was released by the classic rock band The Eagles, opening statements for a trial charging three men with alleged conspiracy to sell pages of stolen lyrics written by Eagles drummer and lyricist Don Henley commenced on Wednesday.
Sterling K. Brown is no stranger to the thrill of winning awards in Hollywood with three Emmys, a Golden Globe and four Screen Actors Guild awards.
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.