Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) knocked President Biden's voting rights speech as "utter nonsense" for calling the fight over voting laws the "most significant test to our democracy since the Civil War.""...
The younger sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un fired back at the White House on Monday with a vague warning about what would happen if the Biden administration got off on the wrong foot with Pyongyang....
"This tragic incident—inundating beaches on the west coast of Sri Lanka with tonnes of microplastics—will have immediate and long-term effects on this coastal ecosystem," the World Wildlife Fund told Newsweek on Thursday.
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm backed wind and solar energy as likely to give the biggest "bang for your buck" as part of the Biden administration's bid to decarbonize the electric sector during a House hearing Thursd...
Wealthy political donors successfully pushed for a tax break in Republicans’ 2017 tax bill that saved them tens of millions in taxes, ProPublica reported Wednesday. Those individuals had an ally in Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.), who pressured...
"At a time when so many, including President Biden, support a ceasefire, we should not be sending 'direct attack' weaponry to Prime Minister Netanyahu to prolong this violence," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez said on Wednesday.
President Biden shared new details about his phone conversations with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as he worked on arranging a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas. Mr. Biden also promised South Korean President Moon Jae-In that the U.S.would prov…
Viacom CBS plans to sell Black Rock, its famous building headquarters in Manhattan, to real estate firm Harbor Group International for $760 million, the company announced this week.The media conglomerate will lease...
Cillian Murphy joins "CBS This Morning" fresh off the box office success of the highly anticipated "A Quiet Place Part II." He describes the mutual admiration between him and the film's writer and director, John Krasinski. Plus, Murphy shares how it feels wra…
President Biden has yet to nominate a permanent head of the Food and Drug Administration at a time when the government is navigating a surge in COVID-19 cases from the delta variant.It’s unclear why the post remains vacant more than six months into...
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Our fascination with aliens has also led us to speculate about unidentified flying objects – unexplained airborne phenomena – that might be of extraterrestrial origin. Correspondent David Pogue reports on how, as the scientific community continues to question…
Well before Citizen, a controversial real-time crime alerting app, raised eyebrows by testing a company-branded patrol car on the streets of Los Angeles, the startup's CEO teased an even more striking idea for a private security force: helicopters.
A cluster of Covid-19 infections at a factory in central Taiwan temporarily stopped operations at one of the world’s largest chip-testing companies, the latest sign of potential disruption to a technology supply chain already struggling from component shortag…
A school board official argued in a statement that if they allowed LGBT flags they would have to allow white supremacist flags too. "One is about inclusiveness and the other is about hate and exclusion, and I don't think that's the same thing at all," said Ta…
The Business Roundtable is pushing back on a proposal to raise the corporate tax rate to pay for President Biden's infrastructure package, a plan the administration is set to announce Wednesday.The White House shar...
Fewer than four in ten California voters support removing Gov. Gavin Newsom (D) from office in this month's recall election, according to a new poll of likely voters released just over a week before ballots are due to be...
President Biden on Tuesday said New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) has done a "hell of a job" on issues like infrastructure and voting rights, while voicing support for the governor's decision to resign after a state investig...
The Department of Homeland Security announced on Thursday that those who refuse or fail to wear a mask in airports, planes or certain other public transportation modes will be subject to higher fines....
Nawal Saadawi, a renowned Egyptian feminist, psychiatrist and novelist, whose writings have stirred controversy for decades in an overwhelming conservative society, has died of age-related health problems in Cairo, officials said
An Indian startup that operates a business-to-business marketplace for manufacturing items is the latest to attain the coveted unicorn status in the South Asian market. Bangalore-based Zetwerk said on Monday it has raised $150 million in a Series E financing …
Google has discussed how Chrome version 89 has improved the browser's memory usage and loading times on Mac, Windows and Android in a new post on the Chromium blog. The tech giant says the browser is now smarter when it comes to using and discar...
India’s Supreme Court has ruled that women will be able to take the entrance examination for the national defense academy in November for the first time, opening the way for them to become full-time officers
A court hearing on a high-profile dispute between Santander (SAN.MC) and Italian banker Andrea Orcel over a withdrawn offer to make him chief executive of the Spanish largest bank more than two years ago will resume on June 17, the Madrid court said on Thursd…
Sen. Ben Sasse (R-Neb.) on Monday called the fall of the Afghan government "worse than Saigon" in a statement blasting President Biden."While President Joe Biden cowers at Camp David, the Taliban are humiliating Am...