Facebook's independent Oversight Board will give an update on former President Trump's indefinite account suspension "in the coming weeks."
More than a dozen Minnesota retailers were looted Monday morning after the death of 20-year-old Daunte Wright, who was fatally shot by police over the weekend.
Anti-capitalism protesters descended on Manhattan Friday – and video captured one scaling up the front of a Chase Bank before taking an epic plunge to the ground.
As the city of Minneapolis pushes forward with a $1 million bailout plan for businesses suffering under an autonomous zone in George Floyd Square, Mayor Jacob Frey on Thursday had a stern warning for out-of-towners looking to come to incite violence during the trial for ex-police officer Derek Chauvin.
The company worked with a Black-owned culture-driven creative agency, Hero Collective.
Customers were briefly trapped inside the store
Morgan Stanley's political action committee (PAC) resumed donations to lawmakers in February, weeks after it had announced a pause following the Capitol riots, according to a federal filing.
After the police killing of George Floyd, a Connecticut law professor invited architects, planners and land use attorneys to a discussion of how local zoning worsens the state’s racial inequities. Over 200 people logged onto her impromptu Zoom meeting.
Demand for civilian-use stun-guns soared in 2020 amid civil unrest and high violent crime rates across the nation, with Taser reporting a consumer sales jump of approximately 300% year-over-year.
Senate Democrats on Friday voted against Louisiana Republican Sen. John Kennedy's amendment to exclude rioters from receiving SBA assistance.
Small peaceful protests have formed outside of Robinhood headquarters in Menlo Park, California, the Securities and Exchange Comission headquarters in Washington D.C. and the New York Stock Exchange Thursday following a call made in a now-deleted post on the speculative investing sub-Reddit forum WallStreetBets.
"As Microsoft executives have said internally to employees, this is not a normal year," Microsoft wrote in a blog post Saturday. "The company believes that opposition to the Electoral College undermined American democracy and should have consequences."
The Pike Place store was established in 1971 as the coffee giant's first location.
"The President’s statements continue to be interpreted as calls to action, and we are taking this action to remove the potential for harm to our community and the general public," a Twitch spokesperson told FOX Business in a statement Wednesday.
President-elect Joe Biden's Jan. 20 inauguration and the Jan. 6 riots at the Capitol have brought intense security measures to Washington, D.C., leading some small businesses to close for the week and beyond.
Following last year’s efforts to ban Trump Administration officials from speaking on campus, Harvard University students are now circulating a petition that calls for revoking degrees from Trump supporters and aides who attended the elite Ivy League institution, FOX Business has learned.
Facebook is urging employees to avoid wearing or carrying company-branded clothing and other items in public after the social media platform suspended President Trump's account, according to an internal memo.
Parler registered its domain with host-sharing site Epik on Monday, according to publicly available WHOIS search results.
The use of one of the largest facial recognition software databases in the country jumped 26% on the day after the storming of the U.S. Capitol, with police and law enforcement agencies turning to the technology to try to identify agitators behind the attack.
The move aims to "help build trust and assist with protecting the greater D.C. community" ahead of President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony on Jan. 20.