Hermann Historica, an auction house in Munich, Germany, is facing backlash for planning to sell 147 items from the Third Reich on November 20.
Myles Garrett, a defensive end for the Cleveland Browns pro football team, was given an indefinite suspension by the US National Football League (NFL) on Friday for attacking an opposing player with a helmet during a game the previous day.
52 people, including Martin Fox, director of a private tennis club, have been accused of developing a scheme that helped some wealthy parents bribe the coaches of two California universities to enroll their children as recruited athletes.
Google’s weekly town halls, internally known as “TGIF” meetings, where staff can communicate with upper management, have been cut short after a series of leaks regarding the corporation’s technology.
As US federal health authorities urge people to stop vaping due to the rise in vaping-related deaths and illnesses, tech giant Apple has decided to remove all 181 vaping-related apps from its App Store.
A new study by the US space agency NASA has revealed how moons orbiting the solar system’s outermost planet avoid colliding, even though their orbital paths overlap.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Russian military police continued on Friday to patrol communities in the northern Syrian provinces, said Major General Yuri Borenkov, head of the Defence Ministry's Reconciliation Centre in Syria.
Social media users who were previously looking forward to Twitter’s political ad ban are now questioning the platform’s policy after identifying potential loopholes allowing politicization within its newly announced framework.