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Online racist abuse of soccer players is prolific on social media platforms. It's the latest form of racism blighting the world's most popular sport. It's technology-fueled, visual, permanently … more
Actors represented by the Hollywood union SAG-AFTRA voted to authorize a strike if the major studios, streamers and production companies don’t meet their demands for a new contract by June 30. The … more
Microsoft will pay a fine of $20 million to settle Federal Trade Commission charges that it illegally collected and retained the data of children who signed up to use its Xbox video game console. The … more
Oregon’s attorney general has announced she has begun investigating the board of directors of Fox Corp. for breaching its fiduciary duties by allowing Fox News to broadcast false claims about the … more
Two insurance industry giants have stepped back from the California marketplace. They say that wildfire risk and soaring construction costs have prompted them to stop writing new policies. State Farm … more
Norfolk Southern has become the first major North American freight railroad with deals to provide sick time to all of its workers. But other railroads are making progress, with nearly 65% of all rail … more
Apple has a long history of designing products that aren’t the first to be introduced in a particular category but still redefine the market. With the company unveiling a headset equipped with … more
Anna Shay, an heiress, philanthropist and breakout star of the Netflix reality series “Bling Empire,” has died. She was 62. A family statement provided to The Associated Press on Monday said Shay … more
The fate of an Indiana lawsuit against the social media company TikTok is uncertain after a federal judge lambasted it as “political posturing.” The case came before a federal judge at TikTok's … more
Senegal experts have called on the government to instill calm after days of the country’s deadliest violence in years and concerns it could have lasting consequences. Days of clashes between … more
People living in and around the nation’s capital experienced a rare, if startling, sound: A sonic boom. The U.S. military had dispatched a fighter jet on Sunday to intercept an unresponsive … more
Journalists at two dozen local newspapers across the U.S. walked off the job Monday to demand an end to painful cost-cutting measures and a change of leadership at Gannett, the country’s biggest … more
Kentucky officials say they won't begin paying $21 million in economic incentives for a proposed electric vehicle battery facility until the company further explains why federal officials abruptly … more
The U.S. sanctioned a group of Russian-intelligence linked individuals Monday for their role in allegedly helping the Kremlin destabilize Moldova’s democratically elected government through … more
The world’s largest cryptocurrency exchange Binance and its founder Changpeng Zhao are accused of misusing investor funds, operating as an unregistered exchange and violating a slew of U.S. … more
General Motors plans to invest more than $1 billion in two manufacturing plants in Flint, Michigan, in order to to prepare them for production of the next-generation internal combustion engine … more
The nation’s production of wild blueberries slipped a bit last year as some growers contended with drought. Wild blueberries are smaller than their cultivated cousins and are widely used in frozen … more
European Central Bank head Christine Lagarde says inflation pressures are “strong." She made clear Monday that the central bank will keep raising interest rates to bring down inflation to its goal … more
The European Union has stepped up its rule-of-law fight with member state Poland after the bloc’s highest court confirmed that Warsaw refuses to comply with the EU rules on judicial independence … more
The Supreme Court says it will hear a case in which a man tried to trademark a phrase mocking former President Donald Trump as “too small.” The Justice Department is supporting President Joe … more
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