malerapaso/iStock(SANTA FE, N.M.) — New Mexico is hoping to make college tuition free for all state residents looking to attend its public institutions in the first plan of its kind in the U.S., the governor announced Wednesday.
traveler1116/iStock(WASHINGTON) — The U.S. Federal Reserve is expected to cut interest rates Wednesday, which will directly affect people’s mortgages, car payments and the economy in general. “If you think about what the Fed does, it basically set
stevanovicigor/iStock(NEW YORK) — A New York clothing company has introduced school shooting hoodies that have bullet holes in them and feature the names of four schools where nearly 100 students were shot to death, including Sandy Hook,
Project Beauty Expo(LOS ANGELES) — Project Beauty Expo, a trade show featuring beauty and wellness products for and created by women of color, held its fourth annual event in Los Angeles this past weekend. The show featured
the_guitar_mann/iStock(NEW YORK) — Steve Dickson laid out the Federal Aviation Administration’s next steps in the recertification of the Boeing 737 MAX in the first month of his new term as FAA administrator, but now he’s heading to
seanfboggs/iStock(NEW YORK) — Police departments across the United States could have another gadget to add to their repertory: a Spider-Man-like device that fires a tether that can entangle and restrain a target. The device, called the BolaWrap,
luchezar/iStock(NEW YORK) — Facebook on Tuesday revealed changes to policies for combating hate and extremism on its namesake platform and on Instagram, including updating its definition of terrorist organizations and revamping detection efforts. Some online privacy experts,
Anatoliy Sizov/iStock(PORTLAND, Ore.) — Scores of workers for Uber and Lyft were driving passengers around in Portland, Oregon, despite having offenses ranging from traffic violations to criminal records that should have barred them from doing business as