A month into Venezuela’s excessive-stakes political disaster, President Nicolas Maduro revealed in an AP interview that his authorities were in secret talks with the Trump administration and predicted he would survive an unprecedented world marketing campaign to power his resignation. Whereas harshly criticizing U.S. President Donald Trump’s confrontational stance towards […]
Apple revoked Google’s means to supply its workers inside-solely iPhone apps, seemingly inflicting significant disruption to the search big. Apple was punishing its rival for breaking its builders’ coverage, a day after it took the same motion in opposition to Fb. The transfer got here after each company used the […]
Stocks closed out a bruising 2018 with gains on New Year’s Eve but the rally wasn’t enough to help the market avoid its biggest annual loss in 10 years.
McDonald’s has announced plans to cut usage of antibiotics that are important to human health in the beef it serves.
A 34-year-old man is facing murder, forcible rape, kidnapping and other charges in connection with the disappearance of 13-year-old Hania Noelia Aguilar from Lumberton, North Carolina. The news comes as Aguilar’s father, a Guatemalan citizen, was denied a U.S. visa and missed his daughter’s Saturday funeral.
Silicon Valley leaders are joining Pillar Technology’s initiative to help provide intensive training for students in Jefferson, Iowa, a town of 4,200. Participants could land tech jobs paying $65,000.
A man with neo-Nazi beliefs whose brazen assault on counterprotesters of a “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, last year was found guilty Friday of first-degree murder.
Nursing student Brittanee Jackson planned to graduate in February from Brightwood College in Indianapolis.
Stocks continued their brutal stretch of big price swings and steep declines Friday, capping a painful week on Wall Street as investors fretted over trade disputes and concerns about slowing economic growth.