For years, homes that have been converted into shared living spaces have been considered part of the solution to homelessness. They face a crackdown from the Los Angeles Fire Department in what the operators of the homes say is unfair harassment.
If you want an iPad that you can use for work, with cameras that are better for video chats and an optional keyboard accessory with a mouse, the new iPad Air is the one to get.
Argentina, Brazil, Britain, France, India, Russia and the U.S. have helped push the global total to more than 40.7 million. Here’s the latest.
The central bank official cited several areas of concern, including: slowing gains in the jobs market from the 21 million positions lost in the early days of the coronavirus pandemic.
Chief negotiators for their respective parties remain at an impasse over key matters such as aid to states and business liability protections.
Unlike earlier outbreaks concentrated in the Northeast and South, the virus is simmering at a worrisome level in most regions.
Florida deputy performs exorcism on child, instructs another to shoot anyone who enters demon-filled home
A now-former sheriff’s deputy in Florida was arrested Sunday after allegedly performing an exorcism on a child, and told another there were demons in his house and to shoot anyone who entered.
The stocks making the biggest moves in premarket trading include Verizon, Snap, AutoNation, Netflix, and more.
Three people were killed in a shooting at a Houston nightclub where about 30 people had gathered for an open mic night and authorities were searching early Wednesday for suspects, police said.
An early-season snowstorm dumped a record-breaking amount of snow across Minnesota on Tuesday, knocking out power to thousands and leading to hundreds of accidents.