The Hong Kong Alliance, organizers of an annual vigil to honor the dead of Tiananmen Square, on Tuesday said people may need to “light a candle wherever you are” at 8:00 p.m.
Hollywood producer Scott Rudin, the Oscar-winning producer of"No Country for Old Men,"and"The Social Network,"will no longer be involved with five films set at the indie studio A24, followingallegations of workplace abuse made against the producer.
Los Angeles is set to limit the usage of disposable napkins and utensils in restaurants as part of an effort to decrease plastic waste and keep a few extra dollars in the pockets of businesses which have been hurting due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Hungarian prime ministerViktor Orbán believes it is the "calling" of Europe's conservative former Soviet satellite states to bring their "uncompromising" tradition of anti-communism into the "common store" of Western values.
The Italian president called on former EU Central Bank president Mario Draghi to form a technocrat govt, rather than call fresh elections.
Wednesday on FNC's "Hannity," conservative talker Mark Levin slammed the impeachment trial underway in the U.S. Senate by calling it "one of the stupidest events" in American history.
Lego consumer sales jumped 21% last year, the result of a broader product range, e-commerce investments paying off and a surge of growth in China.
A majority of New Jersey voters are giving Democratic Gov. Phil Murphy a thumbs up on the job he’s doing steering the state, but less than half say he deserves a second term in office, a new poll indicates.
A blistering letter from the leader of a House conservative caucus regarding Biden’s own tax loopholes could foreshadow what Republicans aim to include in their oversight agenda should they flip the House of Representative in 2022.
The federal government spends more than $332 billion on expired programs that Congress never reauthorized.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and wife Priscilla Chan spent $350 million on election administration during 2020, prompting a growing number of state lawmakers across the United States to say "no, thanks" when it comes to accepting any private money to run future elections.
Millions in Mark Zuckerberg-financed election grants to Democratic-leaning South Florida counties made last year will likely carry over to the 2022 election, when Gov. Ron DeSantis is on the ballot for reelection.
For at least two Florida counties, the new voting law means losing millions in private grant money bankrolled mostly by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, and closing the spigot for more private dollars to fund election administration.
As the Biden administration presses ahead with its green energy agenda that includes electric vehicles, Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm has until late August to fully divest up to $5 million in stock options from Proterra, a company that makes electric buses, car batteries and charging
Republicans on the House Oversight and Reform Committee are seeking answers into whether politics trounces science after the Biden White House’s ouster of a scientist respected on both sides of the aisle from overseeing the federal government’s report on climate change.
Sign Up For Breaking News And Thought-Provoking Commentary Delivered Directly To Your Inbox.
Publish the Menu module to "offcanvas" position. Here you can publish other modules as well. Learn More.