US stocks suffered on Friday as the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread. The price falls followed a day of stunning gains as Chinese banks cut interest rates in a bid to stave off continuing economic distress.
Members of the US women’s national soccer team (USWNT) are seeking more than $66 million in damages in their gender discrimination lawsuit against the US Soccer Federation (USSF) over unequal pay, according to court papers filed Thursday in the US District Court of Los Angeles.
A Pentagon official specializing in China recently warned that while US competition with China is “not a replica” of the 40-year Cold War waged against the Soviet Union in the 20th century, it is “equally as consequential and therefore merits the same concentration of effort.”
A female security guard alleges that Cardi B assaulted and spit on her, yet witnesses have said the rapper didn’t get physical at all.
The movie studio behind the Oscar-winning South Korean film “Parasite” responded Thursday to US President Donald Trump’s criticism that a foreign-language film should not have won best picture at the 2020 Academy Awards.
US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents stationed at Michigan’s Port Huron recently came upon quite the shocking discovery when an inspection of a package labeled “antique teaching specimen” turned out to contain a human brain.
RMS Titanic Inc., a Georgia-based company that salvages artifacts from the Titanic, wants to retrieve the Marconi Wireless Telegraph Machine by cutting into the hull of the vessel located at the wreck site. The device was used to request help as the British ocean liner was sinking after hitting an iceberg in 1912.
India’s Ministry of Defense confirmed the country’s multibillion-dollar purchase of two dozen Sikorsky MH-60 Romeo helicopters was approved by New Delhi’s security cabinet earlier this week.