What to watch for today 21st Century Fox reports earnings. Rupert Murdoch’s media and entertainment company is expected to report a decline in profits, but a rise in revenue.
When American April Dodd went home for the first time since moving to Nairobi, there were a lot of questions about food.
When I was pregnant with twins more than five years ago, I began compiling a list of my worst fears. The list included 19 items, from pesticides to roaches to blood clots to a parasitic infection that terrified me so much that I referred to it as “the disease whose name I refuse to say.” Then there were the more abstract fears: “Being too anxious to function during pregnancy.” “God punishing me.” “Angry God in general.” At least one of these fears proved true.
Fears of immigrants, foreign workers, terrorists, big corporations—Donald Trump has adroitly exploited them all to fuel his presidential campaign.
It begins with a birth cry—a ringing assertion of selfhood that is equal parts pride, defiance, and frankly unbelievable hubris: Governments of the Industrial World, you weary giants of flesh and steel, I come from Cyberspace, the new home of Mind.
Amid ads for Pokemon, AXE body spray, Bud Light, and Skittles, the National Football League’s Super Bowl championship this Sunday (Feb.
In a few weeks, more than 40,000 Berkshire Hathaway shareholders will receive the 2015 annual report in their mailbox.
Despite the rise of cord-cutting and online streaming, the Super Bowl is still largely watched by Americans on TV.
Researchers from the University of Maryland didn’t teach their robot how to mix a drink and make a salad.
When I was (much, much) younger, I thought the word “egalitarian” literally had something to do with eagles.
Electric cars and and commercial spaceflight are clearly not enough. Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk said he’s mulling how to provide super-convenient, electric-powered air travel.
In 1974, Richard John Bingham, also known as Lord Lucan, vanished shortly after Sandra Rivett, nanny to his three children, was bludgeoned to death in ritzy Mayfair in London.
On Feb. 26, FIFA, the world’s soccer governing body will hold elections to elect a new president to replace Sepp Blatter.
Apple is getting flack for a security check in recent iPhone and iPad models that can disable all use of a device when it has been fixed by a non-Apple-certified repair person.
All-you-can-fly subscription service OneGo launched on Feb. 1, providing its members with unlimited service on 500 commercial routes around the US for a flat monthly rate of $2,950.
King Henry VIII was a complicated and contradictorily character, according to historical accounts. In his youth, he was reportedly “lighthearted, merry and easily given to laughter,” while in later years he became cruel and tyrannical, with an explosive temper.
Universal Basic Income (UBI) proposals are gaining in popularity across the political spectrum. The measures would see governments hand a set monthly income to every single citizen within a country, either in addition to existing benefits or in place of them (depending on the details of the particular UBI proposal).
The Super Bowl, which takes place this Sunday (Feb. 7) in Santa Clara, California, is already going to be unique because of a heavy influence from Silicon Valley tech firms.
Happy new year! This week, people around the world are getting haircuts, buying new clothes, and stocking up on treats to fête the Year of the Monkey, which begins Feb.
Costa Mesa, California South Coast Plaza, the highest-grossing mall in the US, did $1.7 billion in sales in 2015.