UPI - 12 min 45 sec ago
A North Korean defector of Japanese nationality has been released from Chinese detention after serving five years in prison for espionage, according to a Japanese press report.
Forbes - 20 min 3 sec ago
One of today's most dangerous malware threats can be stopped in its tracks by your screen resolution. Here's how this hacker kryptonite works.
Forbes - 20 min 54 sec ago
Qatar's smaller widebodies will lead the recovery out of coronavirus and back into growth. Emirates has very large A380s and 777s.
Sky News - 22 min ago
The number of COVID-19 cases has gone up in 36 local authority areas in England.
UPI - 23 min 32 sec ago
Nearly two-thirds of Americans, a record share, believe the coronavirus crisis is getting worse, according to a Gallup survey Thursday.
Forbes - 24 min ago
From self-balancing scooters made for commuting to the best colorful option for kids, here are the best hoverboards you can buy, for every scenario.
New York Times - 27 min 10 sec ago
Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday announced a major rollback of the state's reopening.
Fox News - 30 min 3 sec ago
New Zealand's embattled health minister who was twice discovered violating coronavirus lockdown rules has resigned after previously calling himself an "idiot" for showing poor judgment, according to reports.
Fox News - 31 min 56 sec ago
Former "Survivor" contestant Ramona Gray Amaro says the show often plays into stereotypes of black people while portraying their storylines on the show.
CBS News - 32 min 35 sec ago
Broadway actor Nick Cordero is still fighting for his life after being diagnosed with COVID-19. Cordero has spent three months in the hospital, and his wife, Amanda Kloots, says he's still critically ill, even though he is now COVID-negative and no longer in a coma. In an exclusive interview with Gayle King, Kloots shares why she is holding on to hope and the long-term goal for her husband's recovery.
Fox News - 33 min 42 sec ago
Police officers are feeling "abandoned", "betrayed" and their stress levels are "going through the roof" as protests and calls to defund departments persist across the U.S., organizations that advocate for cops' safety and well-being tell Fox News.
Chicago Tribune - 34 min ago
Members of his dance troupe broke out in fancy footwork outside the hospital to support one of their own, Lewis Funches, who was shot during a block party over the weekend. The violent weekend in Chicago saw at least 65 people shot.
Daily News - 37 min 15 sec ago
AP analysis of N.Y. absentee ballots returned so far, reflect early winners.
NY Post - 38 min 11 sec ago
A black man in London was allegedly kicked by a police officer as he was pushed to the ground in a caught-on-camera incident that’s now under investigation. The video shows eight officers trying to restrain the man on a sidewalk, as one of them appears to kick the man in the legs while others tackle...
CBS News - 40 min 14 sec ago
Mr. Trump threatened late Tuesday to veto the $740 billion defense policy bill because of the amendment from Senator Elizabeth Warren.
CBS News - 49 min 22 sec ago
Business reopenings spurred a return to work last month, but many hirings are now on hold again as COVID cases rise.
NY Post - 49 min 39 sec ago
The House of Representatives has approved sanctions on banks doing business with Chinese officials behind the new national security law cracking down on Hong Kong protesters. Speaking before the measure was passed Wednesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi decried Beijing’s efforts to curb Hong Kong’s freedoms. “Beijing's so-called ‘national security’ law, passed on the eve of...
Daily News - 49 min 44 sec ago
NASA astronauts Chris Cassidy and Robert Behnken are almost done changing the International Space Station's batteries. The spacewalking pair finished the second of four scheduled spacewalks to swap out an aging nickel-hydrogen battery with a much stronger, longer-lasting lithium-ion one. It was part of an ongoing project started in 2017 to upgrade the station's power system.
NY Post - 50 min 13 sec ago
Seattle saw a staggering 525 percent spike in crime as a result of the violence that swept through the Capitol Hill Occupied Protest, according to Mayor Jenny Durkan. Durkan’s emergency order booting protesters from the six-block cop-free zone makes mention of the “narcotics use and violent crime, including rape, robbery, assault, and increased gang activity”...
ABC News - 52 min 48 sec ago
Twin employment reports highlight the ongoing anguish America's labor market.
UPI - 55 min 57 sec ago
Another 1.4 million American workers have filed for new unemployment benefits, the Labor Department said in its weekly report Thursday.
Chicago Tribune - 58 min 30 sec ago
A woman driving a Ford SUV in the Roseland neighborhood early Thursday crashed into a Honda Civic and died in a collision that also seriously injured the other driver, according to police.
NPR - 59 min 35 sec ago
U.S. employers added 4.8 million jobs last month as the unemployment rate fell to 11.1%. There are indications that the job growth has slowed recently amid a surge of new coronavirus infections.
NBC News - 1 hour ago
"We've seen that curve going down but we're still at astronomical levels," said one economist.