Congress passed the first regulations on the cruise industry in a decade Friday, which include requiring a registered doctor to be aboard every ship, as just one provision of the $740 billion major national defense bill approved by the Senate with a veto-proof majority.
President Trump once again railed against Big Tech and the media for controlling the narrative and failing to investigate what he calls massive voter fraud, in his first interview since Election Day.
Disney announced Wednesday it’s expanding layoffs to include some 32,000 employees expected to be let go by the first half of 2021, as the theme park industry, in particular, takes a hit with limited capacity and closures as the coronavirus pandemic will likely drag into the new year.
Businesses and retailers across the country have begun boarding up their storefront windows in anticipation of potential unrest on or around Election Day as many cities remain on edge following a summer of widespread riots and mayhem.
Hundreds of people living in Compton, including those out of prison and illegal immigrants, will be eligible to receive guaranteed income as part of a new pilot program over the next two years.
Hong Kong media tycoon and pro-democracy activist Jimmy Lai said Thursday that police raided his private offices, months after he was arrested under a new national security law and the newsroom of his newspaper Apple Daily was also swept by hundreds of officers.
Uber and GE announced a new partnership Wednesday to transform the world through aerial ridesharing on the largescale, as the aviation industry is reimagined for the post-pandemic era.
A number of Cottonelle wipe products have been recalled due to a possible bacterial contamination.
The cold open for “Saturday Night Live” this weekend poked fun at Sen. Kamala Harris, who during the vice presidential debate last week reiterated that Democratic nominee Joe Biden will not ban fracking.
A graduate student faced with travel restrictions amid the pandemic climbed all 58 peaks of Colorado’s 14,000-foot mountains to raise more than $85,000 for an emergency coronavirus relief fund.