Police in Oregon, Ohio, arrested Taco Bell employee Trevell Mosby on allegations that he made fraudulent transactions on fast-food customers' credit cards.
Generative AI will likely replace jobs commonly held by women more than jobs held by men, according to an International Labour Organization study.
Netflix is ending its DVD service, sending its last shipment of little red envelopes on Sept. 29. The company said subscribers who never returned old DVDs can keep them for free.
A Harris Teeter in Baltimore, Maryland's Locust Point neighborhood has been shut down for days over a reported mouse infestation.
A recent study from the IBM Institute for Business Value found 40% of the global workforce will need to reskill as artificial intelligence is integrated into workflows.
Officials in Jeannette, Pennsylvania, are working to demolish a handful of vacant homes that have been the site of squatting and drug use, according the local fire chief.
Texas police ruled an American Airlines employee who died on the tarmac in April perished due to an accident, not suicide as an airline investigator allegedly suggested.
The Pennsylvania Attorney General announced a lawsuit against Philadelphia-area property management company SBG Management Services for “multiple violations."
Goorin Bros., a San Francisco hat store that was founded in 1895, will shutter a Union Square location, following other stores that have fled the city since the pandemic.