President Biden's attorney general nominee testifies Monday before a Senate committee weighing his appointment to be the top U.S. law enforcement official.
Bone cancer survivor Hayley Arceneaux will become the youngest American in space this fall when she rockets into orbit on SpaceX's first private flight.
New York Rangers forward Artemi Panarin is taking a leave of absence from the team after a Russian tabloid printed allegations from a former
Grammy-winning electronic music pioneers Daft Punk have announced that they are breaking up after 28 years.
"For All Mankind" is one of Apple's most popular TV shows, and to promote the launch of the second season, series creator Ronald D. Moore this week did an interview with The Hollywood Reporter where he shared details on what
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has announced a gradual easing of one of Europe’s strictest lockdowns on, saying children will return to class and people will be able to meet a friend for coffee in a park in two weeks’
Netflix says it's not currently testing spatial audio support for the AirPods Pro and AirPods Max, putting to rest an earlier report that claimed support would roll out in the spring. Image via iPhoneSoft In a statement to MacRumors, a Netflix spokesperson
The U.S. death toll from COVID-19 has almost topped 500,000 — a number so staggering that a top health researchers says it is hard to imagine an American who hasn't lost a relative or doesn't know someone who died
Thousands of protesters have marked the second anniversary of Algeria’s pro-democracy movement
Daviz Simango, the leader of Mozambique’s opposition MDM party and the mayor of the major port city of Beira, has died in a South Africa hospital, according to local media
Pensacola Navy base mass shooter had accomplices, help from Saudi Arabia, victims claim in terror lawsuit
Families of 16 killed or wounded say Trump, Riyadh reneged on a vow to compensate victims of longtime al-Qaeda operative and Saudi Air Force officer Ahmed Mohammed al-Shamrani.