Rick Caruso changes registration to Democrat as he weighs a run for L.A. mayor
Rick Caruso, the shopping mall magnate who is considering a run for mayor of heavily Democratic Los Angeles, said Monday he has changed his political affiliation from no party preference to Democrat.
Stocks are off to their worst start of a year since 2016.
After falling for a fourth day in a row on Friday, the stock market suffered its worst week in nearly two years, and so far in January the S&P 500 is off to its worst start since 2016.
S&P 500 falls into correction as stock market rout continues
U.S. stocks fell sharply Monday coming off their worst week since the beginning of the pandemic, with the S&P 500 index slipping into correction territory and the Dow tumbling more than 700 points.
What Biden talked about most in his first year
(CNN)President Joe Biden took the oath of office one year ago Thursday, a year consumed with crises at home and abroad.
Culture is key to levelling up the North, MPs say
By Ian Youngs Entertainment & arts reporter
There is "a clear and strategic case for investment in culture in the North", according to the report, compiled by a cross-party group of MPs.
What is a vote of no confidence and could Boris Johnson face a leadership challenge?
Boris Johnson's future as British prime minister hangs in the balance after a string of media reports emerged in December and January alleging a series of lockdown-breaking parties were held at 10 Downing Street over the course of the coronavirus pandemic as the public observed and endured the tough social restrictions then in place.
Hochul Outpaces Foes by Raising a Record-High $21.6 Million for Campaign
The fund-raising haul positions Gov. Kathy Hochul, who leads her rivals in polls, as a prohibitive favorite to win her first full term as governor of New York in November.
Lebanon: Hezbollah, Amal to end boycott of cabinet sessions
The groups say the decision was driven by a desire to have the 2022 budget approved and discuss an economic recovery plan.
Veronica Briseno named new Austin assistant city manager
Briseño will begin her new position on Jan. 18.
What polls told Doug Ford's government about Ontario's COVID-19 response | CBC News
Newly revealed polling conducted by Premier Doug Ford's government shows growing public dissatisfaction with its handling of COVID-19 last year as successive waves of the pandemic hit Ontario.