President Biden clearly thinks this one never gets old — if only it were true.
Biden on Wednesday repeated for the sixth time this year what he called a “true story” about an encounter with an Amtrak conductor named Angelo Negri — despite the story
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Pencils down, the first portion of the MLB offseason has ended.
It took a lockout to spur the action, but it was a thrilling final few days leading up to it, wasn’t
Fired CNN host Chris Cuomo was a no-show on his SiriusXM radio program Monday following the revelation that he’d been accused of sexual misconduct by a female former colleague at ABC News.
Cuomo was replaced as the host of his two-hour show “Let’s Get After
In the name of animal welfare, Elle magazine has banned all use of fur in both editorial and advertorial content.
“Fur appears to be outdated and not fashionable anymore,” Elle’s senior vice president and international director Valeria Bessolo Llopiz said Thursday at a fashion conference
Meta Platforms said on Tuesday its Messenger head Stan Chudnovsky, who is also leading the integration of the social media network’s messaging apps, will leave the company in 2022.
Chudnovsky joined Meta, formerly known as Facebook, over seven years ago as product head for messaging.
Mark Cuban takes Christmas shopping to another level.
The billionaire businessman — who owns the Dallas Mavericks and stars in NBC’s “Shark Tank” — purchased an entire town in Texas as a favor for a friend.
Cuban bought Mustang, a small town in Navarro County, located
The House of Representatives passed a measure Wednesday that would ban the importing of Chinese products manufactured with forced labor.
The bill, sponsored by Long Island Rep. Tom Suozzi, a Democrat, was aimed at protecting the Uighurs, China’s Muslim minority.
Uighurs have been detained and