A worrisome bout of inflation struck the economy in April, with U.S. consumer prices surging 0.8%, the largest monthly jump in more than a decade and the year-over-year increase reaching its fastest rate since 2008.
The cybersecurity attack on the Colonial Pipeline has stricken fear and stress into the lives of people in the Southeastern U.S. who have been waiting in long lines amid distribution problems and panic-buying.
The process of building the NFL schedule used to be a painstaking one with executives spending months slotting the games one by one on a board until there was a final product for the commissioner to approve.
A conservative legal outfit has filed suit against President Joe Biden’s administration for its prioritization of restaurants and bars owned by women and certain minorities in its COVID-19 relief package.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has proposed a “total transformation” of public schools in America’s largest state that would offer pre-kindergarten to all 4-year-olds, open up college savings accounts for low-income students and provide universal aftercare at schools in disadvantaged communities.
Federal safety regulators are sending a team to California to investigate a fatal freeway crash involving a Tesla, just after authorities near Oakland arrested a man in another Tesla rolling down a freeway with no one behind the steering wheel.
The North Carolina legislature has plowed through dozens of bills on the way toward meeting its traditional parliamentary deadline that attempts to whittle down the proposals that could become law during the next two years.