Instagram chief to testify before Congress for the first time, with child safety concerns the top issue
Adam Mosseri, the head of Instagram, will testify on Capitol Hill for the first time Wednesday afternoon, as lawmakers from both parties call for updated laws to keep children safe online.
Sales at Md.'s Linden Grove in the home stretch
In Woodbine, Md., 20 miles west of Ellicott City, Toll Brothers is nearly done building the single-family houses in Linden Grove's first phase and has begun sales in the community's second phase.
A Perplexing Marijuana Side Effect Relieved by Hot Showers (Published 2018)
By the time Thomas Hodorowski made the connection between his marijuana habit and the bouts of pain and vomiting that left him incapacitated every few weeks, he had been to the emergency room dozens of times, tried anti-nausea drugs, anti-anxiety medications and antidepressants, endured an upper endoscopy procedure and two colonoscopies, seen a psychiatrist and had his appendix and gallbladder removed.
A Chicken-Fried McGovern, Newt's Good Ideas and the Senate Zoo: A Dole One-Liner Sampler
Bob Dole, who died on Sunday at age 98, was generous with his sarcastic wit, using it against Democrats, Republicans and often himself.
Analysis | How to Rein in Skyrocketing Drug Prices
The drug-pricing measure passed by the House of Representatives as part of its big tax-and-spending bill may seem unimpressive.
Analysis | Why Companies Might Learn to Love Unions
Elevated labor turnover has contributed to a lot of the challenges for businesses this year, with direct and indirect costs that impact their bottom lines and make them less able to fulfill demand at a time when the whole economy is struggling with supply chain issues.
Fewer Americans shopped during Thanksgiving weekend than last year
Fewer Americans shopped during Thanksgiving weekend than they did last year, but more of them did so in person, the National Retail Federation said Tuesday.
Biden urges vaccinations, not more restrictions as omicron spreads
Top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci said Monday morning there were still no cases of the variant identified in the U.S. but that it was "inevitable."
For patients with long COVID, chronic fatigue syndrome may offer a guiding star
Even doing a few simple tasks can be draining for Semhar Fisseha after her COVID diagnosis.