House Speaker Paul D. Ryan (R-Wis.) on June 20 said House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) is “doing a lot better” than he did after being injured June 14 in a shooting at a congressional baseball practice.
After weeks of faulty course-correction punctuated with multiple board member resignations, Uber is fighting to win back public approval, starting with its drivers. The company sent an email to all its contractors today promising many overdue feature…
Horses have been cooled down after races with misters.
Hyperloop Transportation Technologies has signed a deal to codevelop the future of transit with South Korea. The partnership will see the company working with both the local government, its institute of civil engineering, and Hanyang University. The…
The US president clearly thinks Muslims injured by a white Christian man are not worthy of attention because they do not serve his agenda
When something terrible happens in the world, we turn to those we respect to hear sage words of advice. To give us level-headed analyses. To blow away the fog of bias and provide a sense clarity. These individuals act as our moral, ethical and intellectual compasses.
And, just as we have those in our lives who show us the right direction, we have the inverse: those who, without fail, manage to show us the wrong direction. The trick, of course, is to be able to find out who these people are, recognize their ineptitude and bigotry for what it is … and then do the opposite.
Voters in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District headed to the polls on June 20 to pick between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff.
Defending champion Andy Murray is knocked out of the Aegon Championships in the first round on a day of shocks at Queen’s Club.
Amazon just announced its latest service — Prime Wardrobe. Adding to its growing list of fashion-focused offerings, the service makes shopping for clothes online a commitment-free experience, one of the few advantages brick-and-mortar stores still h…
Things aren’t looking great for albums like ‘4:44,’ which is an exclusive for Tidal and Sprint customers.