Tesla CEO Elon Musk on Monday took The Wall Street Journal to task for what he deemed inadequate reporting on a deadly crash involving what authorities believe was a driverless Tesla vehicle near Houston.
With many states lifting COVID-related restrictions amid a more widely available vaccine, Oregon is poised to go in completely the opposite direction as health officials consider mandating masks and social distancing in all businesses indefinitely.
Senate Republicans are warning that President Biden’s proposed $2.7 trillion infrastructure plan will undermine jobs and ultimately crush taxpayers – the very opposite of what the bill proposes to accomplish.
Louis Vuitton raised a few eyebrows this week for one of the new items in its Fall-Winter 2021 collection by designer Virgil Abloh: a purse, shaped like a commercial airplane for the asking price of $39,000.
South Carolina Attorney General Alan Wilson is leading a 14-state coalition of attorneys general in opposition to a bill that would compel workers to join unions.
A hack of millions of Facebook users’ data has revealed that the company’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg uses the secure messaging app Signal, one of the main competitors of the Facebook-owned WhatsApp.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos on Tuesday threw his support behind President Joe Biden’s massive infrastructure plans as well as the massive increases in taxes that it will require.
SpaceX CEO Elon Musk on Sunday highlighted the need for more residential buildings in the greater Austin area.
With Covid cases on the decline, many restaurants are opening back up to full capacity. Yet owners say they are struggling to hire new staff to keep up with demand.
A dosage mix-up at a Baltimore production facility, which ruined about 15 million doses of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID vaccine, has prompted the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to delay shipments of the vaccine.