Dylan Mulvaney, a trans influencer, made two Instagram posts sponsored by Bud Light earlier this year which sparked a firestorm of anti-trans backlash and calls for a boycott.
Harvard University has responded to the Supreme Court's ruling that the university's admissions system was unconstitutional by stating that diversity and difference are essential to academic excellence.
A former Pfizer employee, Amit Dagar, and his friend, Atul Bhiwapurkar, have been charged with insider trading related to Pfizer's successful trial for its Covid antiviral drug, Paxlovid.
Mortgage rates have increased, with the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaging 6.71% in the week ending June 29, up from 6.67% the week before.
The Federal Reserve kept US interest rates unchanged but signaled more hikes by the end of the year, which added a hawkish tilt to the Fed's interest rate decision.
U.S. producer prices fell in May, with producer price index decreasing 0.3% and the PPI increasing 1.1% year-on-year, the smallest gain since December 2020.
Italy's Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni has visited her country's northeastern region after floods killed at least 14 people and displaced thousands more.
In Uruguay's cities and towns, paintings of white daisies, each with a missing petal, have appeared on walls and at windows in recent weeks, in memory of the people who went missing during the country's military dictatorship that began 5...
Canada will support Ukraine for as long and as much as necessary in its conflict with Russia, including the training of Ukrainian soldiers and possibly pilots, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said on Sunday.
China's president has presented a plan which would increase its influence in Central Asia as the summit with five former Soviet states concludes.
Rupert Stadler entered the plea under an agreement with the judge and prosecutors that provides probation instead of jail time and orders him to pay a 1.1 million euro fine in return for a thorough admission of guilt.
Prosecutor points to series of mistakes by the FBI and Justice Department in probe over whether the Trump campaign was colluding with Russia