Salesforce, an American cloud-based software company headquartered in San Francisco, is offering to help employees who have concerns about access to "reproductive healthcare" to move out of Texas in light of the state’s new law banning abortions after a fetal heartbeat is detected around six weeks.
New measures requiring proof of vaccination to enter restaurants, gyms and other aspects of public life in New York City and elsewhere are putting a burden on private businesses already beleaguered after COVID-19 induced lockdowns to police fraudulent vaccination cards, as the FBI has sounded the alarm over the growing black markets for such counterfeit inoculation passports.
Two Los Angeles County deputies left badly wounded after a gunman ambushed them in their parked patrol vehicle last September are now suing a Nevada-based gun maker.
Goldman Sachs is considering whether to raise salaries for junior investment bankers to compete with rivals on Wall Street, as younger staffers have complained of experiencing burnout from long hours worked during the pandemic, when financial markets were exceptionally busy.
A hat store in Nashville, Tennessee, is facing backlash after its owner posted a photo to Instagram showing herself wearing a yellow patch of the Star of David with the words "Not Vaccinated."
Sen. Tim Scott, R-S.C., warned that the Biden administration’s massive government spending is driving up inflation and causing prices of everyday items like food and gas to soar.
As the city of Minneapolis pushes forward with a $1 million bailout plan for businesses suffering under an autonomous zone in George Floyd Square, Mayor Jacob Frey on Thursday had a stern warning for out-of-towners looking to come to incite violence during the trial for ex-police officer Derek Chauvin.
Google location data placed a suspect from Ohio inside the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, the Justice Department said, as court documents included a detailed map pinpointing spots where the man allegedly illegally entered and meandered through the complex with rioters that day.
Google said Monday that the platform would be lifting its ban on political ads starting Wednesday after the measure was imposed following the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol last month.