A video has gone viral of a white woman calling the cops on a black man who simply asked her to leash her dog. The woman was in an area in New York City's Central Park known as the Ramble, where rules require that dogs be leashed.
Erik Prince, the founder of private military contractor Blackwater and an adviser to Donald Trump, is suing The Intercept over an article published in April that accused him of attempting to offer military services to a Russian military contractor connected to the Russian government.
The podcast built a loyal audience. So did its hosts. But in the past month, the "Call Her Daddy" empire has tumbled, exposing the inevitable issues media companies face when their star employees morph into powerful influencers.
Here's a rundown of recent coronavirus studies, featuring ten pieces of good news in the war on COVID-19 — and ten pieces of bad news. A vaccine may be getting closer, but the coronavirus is also looking deadlier.
President Trump threatened Monday to permanently halt U.S. funding to the World Health Organization and "reconsider" the country's membership in the United Nations body if it does not "commit to major substantive improvements" within the next 30 days.
President Donald Trump claimed Monday he is taking daily doses of hydroxychloroquine, a drug he's long touted as a potential coronavirus cure even as medical experts and the US Food and Drug Administration question its efficacy and warn of potentially harmful side effects.
Even as President Trump continues his push to "reopen" the country, arguing last week that "more death" is a small price to pay, employees in the country's most secure building reportedly say they now dread showing up to work.
A Chinese rocket around 100 feet long launched earlier this month and will likely plunge back into Earth's atmosphere some time Monday, becoming the most massive object in decades to fall out of orbit uncontrolled.
The central bank said Thursday that the British economy could shrink by 14% this year. That would be the biggest annual contraction since 1706, based on the bank's own best estimate of historical data.