Majority in US concerned about climate, blame oil firms: polls
The data comes as President Joe Biden has struggled to pass climate change legislation and before UN's COP 26.
Google lowers Play Store fees for subscriptions and music streaming apps
As regulatory pressure on the Play Store for Android increases, Google is once again making changes to its business structure.
The candidates clashed over questions of public safety and the future of policing.
Oct. 20, 2021, 8:11 p.m. ET
The next mayor will inherit the New York Police Department at one of its most critical junctures in recent history.
An Official Wizard in New Zealand Loses His Job
The city of Christchurch has paid Ian Brackenbury Channell, 88, about $10,000 per year since 1998 for "acts of wizardry and other wizard-like services."
What you need to know about the trial set to begin in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery
Demonstrators march on June 4, 2020 in Brunswick, Ga., after a court appearance by Gregory and Travis McMichael, two suspects in the fatal shooting of Ahmaud Arbery.
Petrol crisis part of Brexit 'transition' away from low-wage economy, says minister
The current petrol supply crisis is a consequence of the post- Brexit transition away from a low-income high-immigration economy in which employers were able to fill vacancies by hiring cheap labour from abroad, a senior cabinet minister has said.
U.S. Soccer Proposes Collective Talks on Equal Pay
Seeking a new way out of a costly legal battle, U.S. Soccer's president asks the men's and women's teams to negotiate together on the biggest obstacle: World Cup bonuses.
Why is Dominic Raab facing calls to resign as foreign secretary?
Dominic Raab is facing questions about his future over his handling of the buildup to the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, including calls to resign.
Toronto Maple Leafs Make the Right Call in Firing Dusty Imoo
Dusty Imoo will not be joining the Toronto Marlies as their goaltending coach after the Toronto Maple Leafs announced his firing on Monday afternoon.