If you were a Roman citizen around, say, 200 BC, you probably would have assumed Rome was going to last forever.
The second deadly crash of a Boeing 737 Max model airplane within months of the first has put flyers around the world on edge. Multiple countries have grounded the planes as a result, including, after coming under pressure, the United States.
The US State Department planned to honor a prominent Finnish journalist this month — and then rescinded her award, reportedly because of her public criticism of President Donald Trump.
While many people know that smoking is the leading cause of preventable death in the US, it’s less appreciated that some of those deaths are newborn babies.
People will do almost anything to preserve their youth, whether it’s stocking up on anti-aging skin care or splurging on nutritional supplements.
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Suicide attempts and mental breakdowns: 911 calls from Amazon warehouses reveal that some workers are struggling
New details have recently been uncovered about alleged conditions inside Amazon warehouses. 911 calls reviewed by the Daily Beast suggest that the tech company’s work conditions are so difficult, they’re apparently causing some employees to want to take their own lives.
Match Group, which operates dating apps like Tinder and OkCupid, completed its acquisition of the 7-year-old app Hinge on Thursday, following its purchase of a majority stake in June 2018.
Medicaid work requirements will be in federal court on Thursday, as conservative Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin and the Trump administration argue they should be allow to tie poor people’s health insurance to work requirements or other “community engagement.”
Payless ShoeSource has filed for bankruptcy and is closing all its US stores — 2,500 across the country and in Puerto Rico.