Shares dropped 23% to $56.04 in New York on Wednesday, a far cry from its first-day closing price of $328.28 last April.
Screenshot"This is an absolute implosion of the family!" Republican candidate Bridget Barton said about the trans-inclusive new law.
Walter McBride/Getty Images"I pay your salary!" one of the anti-maskers shouted at Patti LuPone. "Bulls**t!" she shouted back.
Russia-Ukraine war live updates: E.U. fails to agree on Russian oil embargo; Ukraine says negotiations ongoing to evacuate Azovstal fighters
The Senate is expected to vote in the coming days on an aid package for Ukraine that the House overwhelmingly approved Tuesday night.
Ukraine’s prosecutor general said 21-year-old Vadim Shishimarin would stand trial in the killing of an unarmed resident in the Sumy region.
A United Nations’ pledging conference has raised $33 million, far short of funds needed for a salvage operation of a decaying tanker full of oil moored off the coast of Yemen
Researchers reviewed messenger ribonucleic acid (mRNA) technology and highlighted its clinical applications.
Egypt’s military says a military officer and four troops have been killed in fighting in the Sinai Peninsula
Researchers depicted the efficacy of the SARS-CoV-2 monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) against the SARS-CoV-2 Omicron variant.
A new study explored key vaccine features which could help induce and preserve humoral immunity against SARS-CoV-2 infection.
In a new study, investigators analyzed the significance of the physical activity paradox in the risk variables for cardiovascular disease (CVD).
In this interview, News-Medical talks to Dr. Ron Daniels about his work at the UK Sepsis Trust and the impact antimicrobial resistance is having on sepsis.
There are some things we don’t know about the leaked Supreme Court opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which indicated the court is ready to overturn Roe v. Wade, the case that recognized a federal constitutional right to abortion. We’re still waiting
This year, the country has seen a staggering number of policies censoring classroom discussions around topics like race, sex, and gender identity. Coupled with these efforts are bans on books that also center around these subjects — bans which hinder students’ ability to learn
New Report Illustrates How Right to Counsel Prevents Evictions and their Discriminatory Impacts on Communities
Our country is facing a historic eviction crisis. Amid a nationwide housing shortage, rents are surging to unprecedented levels, and many renters cannot keep pace. In 2021, rents rose by an average of 14 percent, with cities like Austin, Miami, New York, Portland, and
New analysis by AtlasVPN of primary data from Check Point shows business social network LinkedIn was related to over 52 percent of all phishing scams globally in the first quarter of 2022. This is the first time that a social media network has been
Enterprises are able to put considerable resources into securing their networks, which has led hackers to target executives via their personal accounts on social media and elsewhere outside the organization. A survey by Influential Executive shows that in 2020, 94 percent of Fortune 500
When pathogens attack, the NPR1 protein steps in to control a plant's immune response. Scientists have now figured out what the protein looks like and how it works --- a possible boon for agriculture.