Activists demanding payments to poor countries harmed by climate change gathered on Wednesday at the COP28 conference in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates.
As a radio journalist committed to the goal of representing all voices, she fought to tell the stories of Latino communities in the Americas.
The right-wing provocateur Alex Jones said on Thursday that he hoped Elon Musk would reinstate his account on X, formerly known as Twitter.
Meta filed a lawsuit in November alleging that the Federal Trade Commission’s structure is unconstitutional.
A federal agency said the deaths and more than 2,000 emergency-room visits have been tied to pea-size magnets that are easily ingested.
A booth for SmileDirectClub at a mall in 2018.
Mazi Mobility has about 60 electric motorcycle taxis, known as boda-bodas, on the roads in Nairobi.
Split over the leadership of Sam Altman, board members and executives turned on one another. Their brawl exposed the cracks at the heart of the A.I. movement.
Although check usage has declined in the last couple of decades, check fraud has risen sharply, creating a problem for banks — and customers trying to pay their bills.
Why do employers think freelance equals full time, all the time?
One reason this fraud is rampant: Open forums where anyone can buy checks that thieves have taken from the mail.
Employer interest in programming that teaches workers about threats to religious groups has surged, said Nabeela Elsayed, an executive coach in Canada.
Shoppers on Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue the day after Thanksgiving.
Ulta has among the biggest U.S. retail loyalty programs, with 42 million members.
Workers who load and unload cargo planes at DHL’s hub near Cincinnati walked out after months of negotiations failed to produce a contract.
Lawmakers discussed the A.I. Act in June at the European Parliament.
Nasra Gwoto, 10, and her brother, Ramadhani, 12, traveled with their mother from Tanzania to India to get a bone-marrow transplant for sickle cell disease. The procedure is risky, and their mother wishes they could have received a new gene therapy instead.
Responses from the leaders of Harvard, the University of Pennsylvania and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology on whether they would discipline students who called for the genocide of Jews immediately set off a flurry of criticism.
Unionized Starbucks workers protesting outside a Starbucks coffeehouse in Seattle in November. The company is proposing to resume union talks in January.
Many of the most popular channels have largely ditched original dramas and comedies, morphing into vessels for endless reruns.