Behind power grabs in Sudan and Tunisia, the shadow of Gulf monarchies

A trio of Arab autocracies — Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE — find themselves on the winning side of recent anti-democratic power plays.

Former Wrestler Jimmy Rave Has Both Legs Amputated After Contracting MRSA

Jimmy Rave, who retired from wrestling after his left arm was amputated, has revealed that he underwent a double amputation in June.

Steve Schwarzman of Blackstone Worries About an Energy Credit Crunch

The world is facing an energy credit crunch in part because of Wall Street’s E.S.G. focus, warned Steve Schwarzman of Blackstone.

Blocking Time: Tips For Mothers In Business

By blocking your tasks and sticking to it, you may find relief and be able to conserve energy.

Why We’re Not Making Enough Progress On Culture Change

Making changes to an organization's culture is not an easy task for senior leaders. It often involves making changes that require tremendous openness, concentration, prioritization and sustained...

Bond Report: Treasury yield curve continues to flatten ahead of U.S. data

Long-dated Treasury yields fell while the 2-year yield rose toward the 0.5% level early Wednesday, as investors awaited data on durable-goods orders.

Coca-Cola Q3 Earnings: Here's What Investors Should Know

The company will report third-quarter results on Wednesday before the market opens.

1 Small-Cap Stock With 10X Potential

This company's coronavirus efforts could pay off big time.

Dead by Daylight' Update: James Sunderland and Pyramid Head Blight Skin Revealed

James Sunderland has been added to "Dead by Daylight" as part of a new "Silent Hill" update. Here is all you need to know about the skin, including its price.

Nor'easter brings windy weather to New England as Gulf Coast forecast to see storms

The season’s first nor’easter is bringing incredible wind gusts to New England.

Robinhood drops 10% to below IPO price as investors worry about bleak outlook

Robinhood shares are plummeting 10% in extended trading, dipping below the stock trading app's IPO price of $38 per share.

2 officers indicted in death of man shot 76 times during 2016 raid

Authorities said they were trying to serve warrants on Robinson in his girlfriend's Atlanta-area apartment. His family hailed the indictments they've long called for.

Futures slip after record run for S&P 500, Dow

The S&P 500 and the Dow looked set to ease from record levels on Wednesday as a drop in commodity prices and fresh regulatory crackdown in China dented optimism around strong quarterly earnings. ...

Kobe Bryant’s wife Vanessa wins ruling, LA County officials to testify about crash pictures

A federal judge granted Vanessa Bryant’s request to force the Los Angeles County sheriff and fire chief to answer questions about the pictures first responders snapped at the site of the 2020...

Boeing Q3 free cash flow negative $507 mln vs. negative $5.08 bln a year ago; FactSet consensus...

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GCHQ award spy agencies cloud contract to AWS

Boeing takes $183 million charge from 787 Dreamliner flaws, cuts production to 2 a month

NATO's Afghan mission hit by 'mission creep,' official says

NATO Assistant Secretary-General for Operations John Manza says the military organization's security operation in Afghanistan became a victim of “mission creep” that bogged it down in the country

The One Skill You Need You Must Teach Your Child

I witnessed my children thriving after learning this skill.Continue reading on ILLUMINATION »

Democrats’ Betrayals Are Jeopardizing American Democracy

History is screaming at Democrats to both rescue the economy and save democracy from a meltdown. They’re doing the opposite

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17 People Who Didn’t Let a Problem Stand in Their Way

It’s under pressure and when a problem needs solving that our creative juices really start to flow. This is true for most people here in the article who found astonishing work-around solutions,...

Paris attacks: UK Bataclan victim's sister tells accused 'we don't hate you'

Nick Alexander died at a Paris rock gig during the assault by Islamic State (IS) extremists in 2015.

I Have 274 Drafts

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BJ Novak Reveals His Face Is On Random Products Around The World For A Wild Reason

"I am too amused to do anything about it," "The Office" star admitted.

Biden's 24/7 port operations aren't working because truckers aren't showing up to collect cargo,...

Clogged up warehouses and a lack of available chassis mean that truckers can't collect cargo from crowded ports, experts say.

Teacher who didn’t report man trying to have sex with KY student accepts plea deal

She resigned from her teaching job as state police began investigating the case.

Mom and her boyfriend face charges after 3 children found abandoned in a Texas apartment with...

A Texas mother and her boyfriend have been charged after authorities found three young siblings abandoned in a home along with the decaying body of their brother, police said Tuesday.

EU court tells Poland to pay $1.2M a day in judicial dispute

The European Union’s top court has ordered Poland to pay 1 million euros a day ($1.2 million) over the country’s longstanding dispute with the bloc over judicial independence

The Morning After: Best Buy and Home Depot pull several Chinese-made security cameras

Two US-China stories seemed to occur independently of each other yesterday. First up, Best Buy and Home Depot pulled security cameras made by some Chinese companies linked to Uyghur surveillance....

Marcus Mariota Talks Raiders, Oregon, Call of Duty and More in B/R Interview

"Leadership." That is what Las Vegas Raiders quarterback Marcus Mariota said interim head coach Rich Bisaccia immediately ...

Intelligence Matters: A CBS News original national security podcast

"Intelligence Matters" is a weekly podcast about national security and policy hosted by CBS News senior national security contributor Michael Morell.

Start 'Em, Sit 'Em Week 8: Advice for Fringe Flex Fantasy Football Starters

In fantasy, it's never fun to have to play second- or third-tier players. Stars are drafted early for a reason—managers expect them to be weekly lineup staples. Unfortunately, things don't always...

Jan. 6 committee plans to subpoena the lawyer who advised Trump on how to get Pence to overturn...

The lawyer John Eastman had told Trump's legal team that then-VP Mike Pence could reject votes cast for Biden.

U.S. Marshal, Georgia Police Officer Indicted In Death Of Man Shot 76 Times

A grand jury has returned an indictment in the 2016 death of 26-year-old Jamarion Robinson, who was shot 76 times during an attempted fugitive arrest.

As Rittenhouse's trial nears, judge and prosecutor debate use of the term 'victim'

A courtroom debate Monday over the use of terms like "victim" and "arsonist" ahead of the trial Kyle Rittenhouse could foreshadow contentious proceedings when the hearing gets underway for the...

EU Green Pass-generation keys stolen

Targets 700 wealthiest

Afghanistan’s Female Students Were Banned from Studying. Now Some Are Finding New Ways to Learn

Defying the Taliban to continue their studies online, in secret

Google now lets users ask for images of minors to be removed from Search

Google has activated a safety feature that lets minors under 18 request that images of themselves be removed from search results, The Verge has reported. Google first announced the option back in...

Bank robber tattoos his own face and eyelids while in prison to remember the 'good times'...

The need to elevate developing countries at COP26

Plus, Microsoft bends to pressure on right-to-repair and the impact of changing consumer behaviour

Taro Fire Fries with Green Herb Aioli Recipe

Roast fresh taro root into golden, crispy fries, then drizzle with a homemade herby mayo and a bright and spicy African pepper sauce in this satisfying vegan dish.

My Church Doesn’t Know What to Do Anymore

After fielding back-to-back complaints about masks in church—one regarding a fellow parishioner who had shirked a mask during a recent service and the other wondering whether our congregation had...

Uber aims for 50,000 Teslas on its platform by 2023

Uber is acquiring 50,000 Tesla vehicles to rent to its drivers as part of an ambitious plan to electrify its fleet in the US by 2030. The ride-hailing company is working with rental car company...

Are Green Jet Fuels Finally Ready for Takeoff?

A first commercial test flight shows how fuel made from plants, not petroleum, could make flying cleaner.

The Grand Theft Auto III  Radio Commercials Are Still Awesome

It’s been 20 years since they first hit the digital airwaves. Here’s how they came to be part of the series’ legacy.

Libor Transition Vexes CLO Market

While some parties have moved swiftly to adopt a replacement for the interest-rate benchmark, low-rated borrowers and collateralized loan obligations have been slower to adapt.

McDonald's Sales Rise as U.S. Menu Prices Climb

The burger giant said that bigger order sizes and higher prices increased its revenue in the U.S., while loosening Covid-19 restrictions overseas helped to boost its international business.

London-based Attest, which offers no-code tools for research surveys across 110M participants,...

Surveys have long been used by marketing teams and other business decision makers to learn how customers tick. But they can be costly to put together, hard to run at scale, and, at the end of the...

Police arrest 150 suspects after closure of dark web’s largest illegal marketplace

A 10-month investigation following the closure of the dark web’s largest illegal marketplace, DarkMarket, has resulted in the arrest of 150 suspected drug vendors and buyers. DarkMarket was taken...

The glaring issue with the ‘household budget’ borrowing meme

Covid: Masks mandatory for everyone in the Commons

Parliamentary staff and visitors have been told to cover their faces to combat the spread of Covid.

There's Still Time to Fix Climate--About 11 Years

Aggressive policies, now, can extend the deadline and prevent the worst catastrophes-- Read more on

TechScape: could a router revolution solve all your wifi woes?

Up for discussion in the Guardian tech newsletter: People spend thousands on TVs and laptops – but not £200 to supercharge their internet speedDon’t get TechScape delivered to your inbox? Sign up...

Grocery Store Tortilla Chips, Ranked By Flavor And Dip-Ability

Which tortilla chips are the best for salsas, dips, and nachos? We tasted them all to find out.

UK finance minister outlines spending plans for a ‘new economy post-Covid’

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Feds investigating whether Facebook knowingly violated $5 billion privacy settlement: report

Feds investigating whether Facebook knowingly violated $5 billion privacy settlement: report  Raw StoryView Full Coverage on Google News

Feds investigating whether Facebook knowingly violated $5 billion privacy settlement: report

Feds investigating whether Facebook knowingly violated $5 billion privacy settlement: report  Raw StoryView Full Coverage on Google News

Trump got de-platformed. Could the ‘decentralized crypto cloud’ save him?

Trump got de-platformed. Could the ‘decentralized crypto cloud’ save him?  Yahoo FinanceStocks linked to Trump — DWAC and Phunware — sink after ex-president touts social media plans  CNBCWhy...

Americans paying 25% more towards car loans than 10 years ago

Consumer Reports study finds many pay high annual percentage rates despite good credit scores while car loan debt soars to $1.4bnAmericans with new car loans are paying about 25% more for their...

The Spoils of War”: How Profits Rather Than Empire Define Success for the Pentagon

Andrew Cockburn’s new book is an incredible compendium of avarice and folly. The post “The Spoils of War”: How Profits Rather Than Empire Define Success for the Pentagon appeared first on The Intercept.

The Mushy Middle

We look at public opinion about abortion in Texas.

Jen Senko on how Fox News brainwashed her dad

Senko's new book is even darker than her movie: Fox News is the propaganda arm of the "vast right-wing conspiracy"

The Second Amendment Has Become a Threat to the First

Many Americans fervently believe that the Second Amendment protects their right to bear arms everywhere, including at public protests. Many Americans also believe that the First Amendment protects...

Kimmel’s ‘COVID-Safe’ Halloween Costumes Contain A Real Treat For Dr. Anthony Fauci

The "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host held the "first and hopefully last ever COVID-safe costume pageant."

Spotify Q3 User Growth In-Line to Hit 381 Million, Ad Revenue Jumps 75%

Spotify posted double-digit gains for overall monthly users and paid subscribers for the third quarter of 2021, in line with expectations, while its advertising revenue — fueled by its growing...

NATO's Afghan mission hit by 'mission creep,' official says

BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO’s security operation in Afghanistan became a victim of “mission creep" as the military organization allowed itself to be dragged into helping rebuild the impoverished,...

The U.S. is set to appeal the U.K.'s refusal to extradite WikiLeaks' Assange

Earlier this year, a lower court judge refused an American request to extradite Assange on spying charges over WikiLeaks' publication of secret military documents a decade ago.

Beijing says Taiwan has 'no right to join the United Nations'

China News: BEIJING: Taiwan has "no right to join the United Nations", a Beijing official said Wednesday, after US secretary of state Antony Blinken urged greater.

Garum has long been considered the dodo of gastronomic history."

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Russian IT services and security provider Softline raises $400M in London and Moscow IPOs,...

The Story Behind ‘The Perfect Storm‘

We caught up with author Sebastian Junger to find out how he reported the incredible Outside Classic story of the Andrea Gail’s crew, what’s changed in the commercial fishing industry, and why...

My Life with the Horror

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Why Dragons Dominated the Landscape of Medieval Monsters

Why Dragons Dominated the Landscape of Medieval Monsters  Smithsonian

Making a Killing: The Business of War Profiteering

Renowned national security journalist Andrew Cockburn breaks down the 21st century’s “spoils of war.” The post Making a Killing: The Business of War Profiteering appeared first on The Intercept.

How Do People Join Militias? A Leaked Oath Keepers Roster Has Answers

How does one come to join a militia? When members of right-wing paramilitary groups explain their motivations to the public, they usually give a set of similar, flattering answers—to protect the...

Fossil Fuel Companies Are Still Influencing COP26, Despite Losing Their Official Role

Finally, it seemed, the companies that played a large part in creating the climate crisis were being denied a say in deciding how we dig ourselves out. Unlike at previous climate summits, the...

Merck Will Share Formula for its Covid Pill With Poor Countries

The company announced a licensing deal that will allow the drug, molnupiravir, to be made and sold cheaply in 105 developing nations.

Donald Trump's "slow-motion coup" is becoming a runaway train

Trump and his sycophants are working on many fronts to subvert democracy — America's turning point is here and now

The startup that wants to disrupt big internet providers

A new startup backed by funding from AOL founder Steve Case and Laurene Powell Jobs wants to break up broadband monopolies across the country.Why it matters: Internet access has been crucial...

Democrats Worry A Lot About Policies That Win Elections. That’s Short-Sighted

Democratic leaders, activists and strategists spend a lot of time discussing — and arguing about — policy under the assumption that the policies the party prioritizes affect whether they will win...

Dear Care and Feeding: My Husband Is Refusing to Take His Paid Paternity Leave, and I’m Furious

Parenting advice on paternity leave, picky eaters, and self-soothing.

Top general: China's hypersonic missile test "very close" to a "Sputnik moment"

Gen. Mark Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, warned Wednesday that China's test of a hypersonic missile is "very concerning" and "very close" to the kind of "Sputnik moment" that...

43 Cleaning Products That Really Aren't Too Good To Be True

Seeing is believing — as you'll soon see these cleaning products really work.

Why I Stopped Birding During the Pandemic

It was the perfect time to bird-watch—for everyone else.

Sarah Everard murder: Wayne Couzens applies to appeal against whole-life sentence

Sarah Everard's murderer Wayne Couzens applies to appeal against the length of his jail sentence.

Storms in Italy: red alert in Sicily and Calabria

Storms in Italy: red alert in Sicily and Calabria

US set to appeal UK refusal to extradite WikiLeaks' Assange

LONDON (AP) — The U.S. government is scheduled to ask Britain’s High Court on Wednesday to overturn a judge’s decision that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should not be sent to the United States...

Iran's president says cyberattack was meant to create 'disorder' at gas pumps

Ebrahim Raisi's remarks stopped short of assigning blame for the attack, which rendered useless the government-issued electronic cards that many Iranians use to buy subsidized fuel at the pump.

What Your Home Would Look Like on 8 Different Planets

As we all know, living basically anywhere besides Earth in our solar system would be near-impossible. However, that doesn’t stop some researchers from imagining what life on other planets would...

Tubthumping’ Band Chumbawumba Documentary Boarded by Canoe Film

SALES Caroline Stern’s Canoe Film has boarded international sales for feature documentary “I Get Knocked Down,” where Dunstan Bruce features alongside his former Chumbawamba band members to reveal...

Nile Rodgers to Auction Guitars Behind Countless Dance Hits

Chic mastermind will also sell off cars and clothes on December 16 to benefit We Are Family Foundation

Pastries and Persuasion: How a Global Tax Deal Got Done

Over Zoom calls from basements and a breakfast in Brussels, faltering negotiations to remake the world’s tax architecture were revived.

Who Messed Up Devin Nunes' Campaign Records This Bad? His Mom

This spring, after receiving a number of federal warnings about a series of accounting errors, the campaign committee for Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) embarked on a financial reckoning.As a result of...

Why Do We Keep Exploiting Dead Celebrities?

A limited series about Joan Rivers has stirred controversy once again. When news first broke of the project last month, discussion emerged about casting Kathryn Hahn, who is not Jewish, to play...

Apple Sued in China for Not Providing iPhone 12 Chargers

Earlier this year, Brazil’s consumer protection agency fined Apple for selling iPhones without chargers.

Spirous: Figma plugin to create spirograph patterns

“ Hi folks! I am Manik from Zeta design team. Our team has worked on this plugin to help designers generate and insert beautiful Spirograph patterns into their Figma artboard using our...

What happens when your favorite thing goes viral?

No Children, a 2002 song by The Mountain Goats is having a moment on TikTok. TV's Wonder Woman approves and other long time Mountain Goats fans are working through their feelings. John Darnielle,...

Moldova receives first non-Russian gas delivery as it grapples with severe energy crisis

The delivery came four days after the eastern European country declared a one-month state of emergency to secure gas supplies amid a crisis over rising prices.

17 Disney Moments That Were So Heartbreakingly Real, I'm Sure They Forgot They Were Making Kids' Films

Justice for the mothers in Disney movies.

Gabby Petito's Dad Not Focused on Brian Laundrie Notebook, But Domestic Violence

Gabby Petito's father is not obsessing over what might be inside Brian Laundrie's notebook ... instead, he says the focus should be on the domestic violence issues plaguing the nation. Joe Petito...

Top U.S. military officer says China’s hypersonic weapon test very close to a ‘Sputnik moment’

Gen. Mark Milley said the test was "very concerning" to the U.S. military, in a Bloomberg Television interview.

Apple Watch and iPhone hold tantalizing clues to Apple’s future AR glasses

Hand gestures, a voice-only music plan, and always-on Siri provide hints of Apple’s augmented reality strategy. While playing around with the new Watch Series 7 that Apple loaned me, I stumbled on...

This $13 nasal spray could protect against COVID-19

The Harvard-born Fend device gets a Silicon Valley makeover. With a squeeze of the device, a fine mist sprays in front of my nose. I inhale deeply, and feel the dry air of fall give way to a...

Dana White Says Marvin Vettori 'Makes Sense' As Backup For Adesanya-Whittaker

Marvin Vettori's badassery last week's already paying off ... 'cause Dana White tells TMZ Sports the UFC star could be tapped as the backup fighter for Israel Adesanya vs. Robert Whittaker's title...

Liberty U president says on tape that ‘getting people elected’ is his goal

Comments by Falwell’s successor, Jerry Prevo, raise new questions about evangelical university’s blurring of lines between politics and education.

A fear grows in Trumpworld: Have we gone too conspiratorial?

There is growing worry that talk of stolen elections, machine rigging and foreign plots will hurt election reform efforts and sap turnout.

The Best Porters On The Market, Blind Tasted And Ranked

Porters are terrific beers to imbibe as the weather begins to turn colder and darker. We ranked some of the best.

A second Northern California In-N-Out is forced to close for violating COVID-19 rules

An In-N-Out Burger in Pleasant Hill was ordered to close Tuesday by Contra Costa County public health officials after refusing to comply with rules requiring restaurants to check indoor dining...

Portland city employees can take bereavement leave following an abortion

Portland city employees may take bereavement leave due to a miscarriage, stillbirth or another sort of pregnancy loss including an abortion, according to Oregon Public Broadcasting.OPB reported...

Dr. Birx claims Trump was distracted by the election, says coronavirus deaths could have been lower

Former coronavirus adviser Dr. Deborah Birx testified that coronavirus deaths could have been far lower under the Trump administration but that White House officials were distracted by the...

A moose crashes a hangout and doesn't want to leave

A few guys hanging out in a shed are interrupted by a seemingly friendly moose who steps in to check them out. One of the guys even pets it on the snout (not recommended!). But when the moose...

Sheriff Villanueva must testify to his 'first-hand' knowledge of Kobe Bryant crash photo-sharing

A federal judge ordered L.A. County Sheriff Alex Villanueva to testify in a lawsuit brought by Vanessa Bryant alleging deputies shared photos of the crash scene where her husband, daughter and...

Get this 11-course training bundle on ASL for just $35

ether it's with your voice or a silent but effective side-eye, humans are master communicators. And just like English, Spanish, or French, American Sign Language is another one of the many ways we...

Biden’s plan to make your internet cheaper and better is one step closer

Net neutrality is back on the table. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), which regulates everything from TV to internet service providers in the United States, is finally poised to...

Discarded Tires Are 'Ghost Fishing' Hermit Crabs

Discarded Tires Are 'Ghost Fishing' Hermit Crabs | Science  Smithsonian

Dems make progress in Biden agenda talks, but agreement may still take time

Congressional Democrats spent Tuesday in a rush trying to work out the contours of a major proposal backed by President Joe Biden that would steer federal dollars toward climate initiatives,...

News Wrap: FDA advisers back Pfizer vaccine for kids 5 to 11

In our news wrap Tuesday, U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisers recommended that the agency approve Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for kids aged 5 to 11. The Pentagon is warning that the Islamic...

They Love Shiny Things

If you follow media business news at all, September was a little like watching a NASCAR crash. News junkies gawked at the unraveling of Ozy Media, the Silicon Valley darling media startup whose...

Dune: Part 2' Officially Greenlit, Release Date Set For 2023

"Dune" is officially getting a sequel.

Kyrsten Sinema Is Blocking A Tax Hike On Millionaires, So Now Democrats Are Targeting Billionaires

Democrats introduced two bills to tax the richest people and companies in America after their initial plan was stonewalled.

It’s A Toss-Up Between The Braves And Astros

First, we take a look at the World Series between the Houston Astros and the Atlanta Braves, which appears evenly matched according to our model. Whatever happens, there will be takes about how...

The dose for younger children is one-third the size for adults and is more than 90% effective at...

The dose for younger children is one-third the size for adults and is more than 90% effective at preventing symptomatic infections.

Halloween Used to Be a Lot More Romantic

This article is adapted from the October 23, 2021, edition of Gastro Obscura's Favorite Things newsletter. You can sign up here. One cold December night last year, I sat outside in the dark with a...

We Are This Close to Kids Getting a COVID Vaccine

Today marks a milestone in the path toward availability of kids’ COVID vaccines. The FDA’s advisory panel on vaccines, VRBPAC, voted that the benefits outweighed the risks for Pfizer’s new...

Vin Diesel Walked Paul Walker’s Daughter Down the Aisle at Her Wedding

The most heartwarming display of family from the Fast and the Furious franchise yet.

How to Sideload Android Apps on Windows 11

Windows 11 can run Android apps as if they’re native PC software, but only a handful are officially supported at the time of this writing. However, there’s a way to sideload unsupported apps to...

It’s Who What Wear’s Birthday, So You Get 15% Off Site-Wide & A Free Gift

Is your closet craving some new stylishly elevated basics? You’re in luck because Who What Wear, the fashion editors’ choice for high-quality closet staples, is having its birthday sale with 15%...

When a Witness Recants

At fourteen, Ron Bishop helped convict three innocent boys of murder. They’ve all lived with the consequences.

Ciampate del Diavolo (Devil's Footprints) in Foresta, Italy

When the inhabitants of the villages of Tora and Piccilli went to bed one evening in 1816, their world was just as they had always known it—if you ignored the strange torrential rains that had...

This Free People Puffer Is An Unexpected Sellout, So We Put It To The Test

Over the summer, we noticed an unassuming Free People puffer that was selling out like hotcakes (we repeat, over the summer). The quilted nylon layer in question is The Pippa Packable Puffer...

5 Things To Know About ‘Last Night In Soho’

Astros Hope Victory Will Inspire Kids To Break Rules Without Punishment

HOUSTON—Calling it their chief motivation for trying to beat the Atlanta Braves in the MLB World Series, members of the Houston Astros told reporters Tuesday that they hoped a victory would...

Devin Booker Likes New 'Vettes and Old Boats

The Suns gunner talks about helping unveil the new Corvette Z06 and building his own car collection, which is heavy on throwback American metal.

Congress Eyes $235 Billion in Clean Energy Subsidies

Incentives cover established sectors such as wind and solar as well as emerging technology, such as green hydrogen-- Read more on

Katie Couric Is Not for Everyone

The legendary anchor has written a wild, unflinching memoir. Does that make her a bad person?

It's Official: Denis Villeneuve's Dune Is Getting a Sequel in 2023

Warner Bros. has officially announced that 'Dune: Part Two' will be released in October 2023, with Denis Villeneuve behind the camera yet again.

Immigrants could fix the US labor shortage

The US has more jobs than it can fill. Fixing the immigration system could boost the economy. Companies across the United States can’t find enough employees. One immediate solution is simple:...

Take a Listen to a Bizarre 1964 Album Released by The Munsters

This long-forgotten 1964 album features a version of ‘The Munsters’ theme song with lyrics and an alphabet song that includes “J is for Jack the Ripper.”

America Inc and the shortage economy

Three things to look for from the upcoming earnings season

Zhongwang, a Chinese aluminium giant, resists American pressure

But buckle under domestic power cuts