farosofa/iStock(NEW YORK) — Many people celebrate the Fourth of July with trips to the pool, family barbecues and spending time with friends, but why not make shopping part of your annual tradition too? Retailers from Bed, Bath
Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes’ criminal fraud trial for allegedly misleading investors as well doctors and patients about her blood-testing company is scheduled to start next summer. A federal judge at
iStock(NEWARK, N.J.) — Newark Liberty Airport reopened Saturday morning after it grounded all flights into and out of the airport due to an “airport emergency.” “#EWR Airport reopened. Expect delays. Please check with your carriers,” the airport
iStock(SAN JOSE, Calif.) — Sir Jony Ive, Apple’s chief design officer and the brain behind the look of the company’s iconic products — including the MacBook and the iPhone — is leaving Apple at a pivotal time,
iStock(ORLANDO, Fla.) — It’s the perfect place to post to the ‘gram. And Twitter, SnapChat and Facebook. Not because of its colorful, photogenic backdrops — though it has those aplenty. It’s because the just-opened Island H20 Live!
Delmaine Donson/iStock(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) — California is set to be the first state to ban natural hair discrimination in the United States. On Thursday, California’s state Assembly voted unanimously, 69-0, to pass the new bill. In April, California’s
Kativ/iStock(WASHINGTON) — House Democrats on Thursday protested on the steps of the Treasury Department, rallying for a congressional measure that would require $20 bills to include an image of abolitionist and Civil War spy Harriet Tubman. House
Twitter(NEW YORK) — Twitter will start labeling tweets from world leaders who break its rules about community safety — a move that could be problematic for prolific user President Donald Trump, the tech company announced on Thursday.