Warren Buffett has long been critical of gold as an investment, saying it “has no utility” and that the “magical metal” is no match for “American mettle.” He…
The top infectious disease expert in the United States talks about recent criticism he’s faced from Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who has called him “the…
Another luxury electric vehicle is coming to market with hopes of dethroning Tesla. It is the Lucid Air and it is slated to be revealed on Sept. 9.
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Hearts of palm, tossed with tomato, avocado, cucumber, jalapeño and lemon, stands in for seafood in this chilled dish.
After an academic science career proves elusive, an engineer follows his obsession and covers fantasy-sports full-time for a national network.
Simmering cultural differences splitting Europe are flaring into an outright battle between the more conservative East and liberal West over issues of gender identity.
Iran unleashed an angry broadside against the establishment of formal diplomatic relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates, a deal signaling deeper cooperation between the Jewish…
New York City police have made fewer arrests amid the coronavirus pandemic, prompting questions from some elected officials and criminologists over whether that has played a role in a rise in…
Peaceful demonstrations in downtown Chicago ended in a violent clash between police and protesters Saturday, leaving 17 officers injured and two dozen people arrested.
Virgin Galactic hasn’t proven that it can take tourists to space, yet it has already taken stock investors to the skies. Maintaining the buzz will be a struggle.
Stock market laggards like small-caps and industrial shares have surged in August, a sign that the market’s breadth is widening after months of dominance by big technology companies.
The Trump administration’s plans to restrict the Chinese messaging app WeChat could have a casualty beyond geopolitics: It would cut off a vital link Americans use to keep in touch with family in China.
The bustle of visitors has disappeared from places such as Japan’s ancient capital of Kyoto—only to be replaced by dissension over whether they should ever be welcomed back.