Nicaragua’s national police have arrested two leaders of the country’s top private business association, just one day after a regional body called for the immediate release of political prisoners
The country’s grand experiment — opening up with hardly any restrictions — is facing its toughest test yet.
The federal agency told a G.O.P. House member that it had notified EcoHealth Alliance, a group criticized for its U.S.-funded work with Wuhan scientists, to file data within five days.
Enes Kanter calls China's leader a "brutal dictator", while Beijing accuses him of seeking attention.
A US team says it successfully transplanted a genetically modified pig's kidney into a brain-dead human.
French Prime Minister Jean Castex has announced that millions of lower- and medium-income motorists will each be given 100 euros ($116) in one-off financial assistance to help them cope with rising gasoline prices
Shares of Chipotle have risen 31% this year, giving it a market value of $51.3 billion.
Democrats have made giving government the power to negotiate drug prices a central campaign theme for decades. With the power to make it happen, they may fall short yet again.
Deal means US will not retaliate against UK for imposing digital services tax, Treasury says
The UK has agreed to phase out its tax on US tech giants such as Google and Facebook, averting the threat of retaliatory tariffs from the United States.
A deal between the two countries will keep the digital services tax in place until 2023, when it will make way for a newly agreed global tax system.Continue reading...
Vita Coco made its public market debut Thursday, trading on the Nasdaq under the symbol "COCO."
The Federal Reserve has been under scrutiny since disclosures showed two regional bank presidents engaged in certain financial trades last year. Those officials have resigned.
About 19% of drivers for online ride-hailing and food-delivery platforms were collecting jobless aid in July 2020, more than other groups, according to a report.
Nuclear measurement and analytics company Mirion Technologies started trading on New York Stock Exchange after merging with GS Acquisition Holdings Corp. II.
The office-leasing company halted initial plans for an IPO in 2019 after investors raised concerns over its business model and then-CEO Adam Neumann.
Oppenheimer Asset Management's John Stoltzfus, a long-term bull, lists near-term risks that could dampen Wall Street's appetite for stocks.
From full finance systems such as Carbon Trading, to specific and new asset classes like Green Bonds, the choice on where to put your cash has never been greater.
The Loose Women presenter will return next week, "all being well", a show spokesperson said.
Ruby Rose says unsafe working conditions and a toxic culture on the CW series "Batwoman" led to their departure from the show in 2020.
Yvonne Orji has some words of wisdom for the character she plays for the upcoming fifth and final season of "Insecure."
Get ready for the spice to flow.
What's the relationship status when you swap Twitter avis?
Origin stories are a powerful part of celebrity culture that can help fans identify with the stars.
The actress claimed in her Instagram story that there were poor working conditions on the show.
The former BBC Breakfast host has said "the road has been a bit bumpy recently".
Benedict Cumberbatch plays a British artist who found love, both human and feline, and became famous as the man who drew cats.
The playwright Keenan Scott II, the director Steve H. Broadnax III and others discuss how “a timeless piece” for Black actors has evolved over 15 years.
Liz Garbus’s new documentary is about the life of the French explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau and the fate of the oceans he loved.
Music by Missy Mazzoli, Anthony Davis and John Adams was conducted by Dalia Stasevska, in her debut with the orchestra.
This animated feature, with Zach Galifianakis voicing a malfunctioning robot, sends up technology addiction with a decent amount of wit.
The museum’s decision to replace its program for volunteer educators with one that “responds to issues of class and income equity” has drawn criticism.
The artist, who died last year, used collage and fabric to break out of painting’s confines. Now her works are on view at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
One of baseball’s feared hitters, the Houston Astros’ Yordan Alvarez grew up in Cuba believing he’d never need to learn English. His tape measure homers do his talking for him.
Johnson prédit le nom des prochaines grandes équipes rivales au sein de la N.B.A, et évoque son seul regret du temps où il dirigeait les Los Angeles Lakers.
A double-overtime thriller against the Boston Celtics in the season opener had 11 lead changes and 10 ties.
A pair of ugly losses in a row has Boston reeling. But as the A.L.C.S. shifts to Houston, the Red Sox are buoyed by the idea that they have overcome worse deficits in the past.
Tom Brady congratulated Aaron Rodgers for becoming a "shareholder of the Bears" after the Green Bay Packers quarterback's celebration in which he could be heard saying he "owned" the Chicago team.
The climate pattern may also bring some relief to Northern California and the Pacific Northwest this winter.
Scientists identified the genes that played a role in many female elephants of Mozambique’s Gorongosa National Park being born without tusks.
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Intelligence and defense agencies issued reports warning that the warming planet will increase strife between countries and spur migration.
A new analysis of fossilized footprints corrects what earlier scientists mistook for a very early carnivore in the dinosaur era.
Several top WarnerMedia executives never liked the HBO Max name. Merging with Discovery will give the combined company a chance to change it.
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) just issued new details in a high-profile Tesla fatal crash investigation.
The move is a concession to regulators and lawmakers, who are challenging whether the company has overcharged developers.
Google said in a press release that it would cut the service fee for subscriptions on its Google Play store from 30% to 15% from day one.
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