A reinvigorated travel sector, the Fourth of July and some of the highest traffic since pre-pandemic times have overloaded airports, creating delays and cancellations nationwide.
Democrats raised $80 million in the week after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, showing the possibility the issue could motivate liberal voters.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has not posted publicly on Twitter in over a week despite his stated plans to obtain ownership of the social media platform.
Halifax, a bank based in the United Kingdom, recently unveiled a new design for nametags that includes the option for the wearer to display their preferred pronouns.
Prince Charles will no longer be accepting large cash donations to his various charities after allegedly receiving a suitcase full of money from a Qatari politician.
An open letter from Amazon employees demands the online retailer enact a series of accommodations for employees and rebuke the Supreme Court's decision.
Japanese corporate titans Honda and Sony are teaming up to create a new electric vehicle company with their combination of technology and auto manufacturing.
The patio umbrellas, which boast solar panels and LED lights, have a manufacturing defect that can result in the umbrella being burned or catching on fire.
California is nearing a projected $10 billion legislative deal to provide taxpayers with a gas rebate after months of rampant inflation and skyrocketing prices at the pump.