Ever since California went into lockdown to mitigate against the spread of COVID-19 last March, many of the state's "non-essential" businesses have taken their chances operating underground to try to stay above water.
Boeing set a goal of making all its aircrafts capable of flying on 100% sustainable aviation fuels by 2030, the company announced Friday.
Treasury Secretary nominee Janet Yellen left the door open to keeping U.S. tariffs on China in place for now at her Senate confirmation hearing this week, but said America should "work with our allies rather than unilaterally" to "address unfair trade practices."
Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech published a new study that provides more evidence their COVID-19 vaccine is effective against the UK variant that is believed to be more contagious.
As President Joe Biden rejoins the Paris Agreement to fight climate change Wednesday, a new campaign is underway by environmental activists to add compulsory environmental education to school curriculums worldwide, according to a report in The Australian.
Treasury Secretary nominee Janet Yellen took aim at China during her Senate confirmation hearing Tuesday, calling the country "our most important strategic competitor."
Apple has temporarily closed more than two dozen stores in North Carolina, Georgia, and Texas due to COVID-19 spikes.
New York's commercial real estate sector has taken a massive hit during the coronavirus pandemic, but the Real Estate Board of New York is planning to put some of that empty space to good use by placing rapid testing sites in vacant buildings.
President-elect Joe Biden is set to move into the White House in less than a week, but he may have to leave his Peloton bike in Delaware and revert to an old school workout machine, according to a report.
SpaceX's cargo Dragon spacecraft splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico off the west coast of Florida around 8:30 p.m. Wednesday with 4,400 pounds of scientific research and other cargo.