The GOP seems to have lost its winning formula in the once reliably “red” state, having not won statewide office since 2009.
Deloitte Access Economics expects full international travel for Australians is years away.
An Israeli researcher may have found the weak spot of glioblastoma.
As an immigrant from Ethiopia who first settled in Los Angeles, Steve Kalifa has turned every setback into a setup.
Gasoline supplied to the market is far below comparable 2019 levels.
Reversing a decade-old ban on a form of political pork could help pull some power back to Congress from the White House.
Businesses have managed inflation for centuries. But after a long stretch of low inflation rates, executives may need to brush up.
Potato chips, COVID-19 tests and Build-a-Bear Workshop are in the news.
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Twitter, eBay and Shopify get a letter asking them to protect public health and prevent false marketing.
Northam is accelerating the original plan by nearly three years. Critics accuse him of stifling dissenting voices.
Terrified pooch had to be sedated by a vet before rescuers could pull it free.
Archeologists announce the ‘incredible’ discovery which could be the largest city ever found in the country.
Dead piglets can also be seen rotting in harsh conditions, which are later collected by employees and placed in plastic buckets.
NGO claims that Spain conducted 817,742 experiments on animals in 2019, with 12 percent for the regulatory testing of medicines.
Woman’s bizarre job playing a robot inside an arcade claw grab machine.
Missing square from 54 thousand piece jigsaw sent to frustrated puzzler so he can complete the picture.
Sheep, goat, and cattle domestication first took place in the Fertile Crescent of Mesopotamia roughly 10,000 years ago.
Hagit Tzafrir is the first from her country to be honored among 40 professionals selected annually.
It had the appearance of “a big ugly bird,” one paleontologist says of the strange creature.
They are expected to manage brands online, though employers often fail to recognize their value.
A virtual Heroes Hackathon in Jerusalem was dedicated to assisting Holocaust survivors and promoting the memory of the Holocaust in innovative ways.
Uncertainty in regulations is one of the reasons why Indian IT firms are building up an employee pyramid in the U.S.
The businessman who wants to franchise premium products also helped a boxer secure clemency from Trump.
In spite of the risks, drivers are a vital part of any country’s supply chain.
Those found guilty will face fines up to $3,270 and a possible two years in prison.