A rise in freelancing, coupled with an increasing interest in flexible employment from millennial and Gen Z workers, could signal a change in how Americans build and calculate life insurance plans
A deliveryman in Missouri recently tested positive for COVID-19, and he thinks his encounter with an anti-vaxxer could be to blame.
‘How do I initiate having this uncomfortable conversation with my grandfather?’
There was "a huge increase of African Americans taking ownership of their Second Amendment rights," said Mark Oliva of the National Shooting Sports Foundation.
Top beauty retailer Sephora is using their international reach to emphasize how Black beauty and Black trends are the blueprints for the beauty industry. In the short film, Black Beauty Is Beauty, Sephora traces the history of your favorite beauty trends to their Black roots.
As the economy has reopened in the wake of the pandemic lockdowns, we’ve seen significant job growth (though it could have been better). Of course, Joe Biden anxiously awaits the moment to jump
The bloc dropped the United States from the list of countries considered safe and recommended restricting travel for unvaccinated American travelers. But changes, if any, won’t be immediate. Here’s what you need to know.
The stunning runs of Canada's Leylah Fernandez and England's Emma Raducanu have injected life into a women's draw that looked depleted of stars before it started.
Sirajuddin Haqqani, the head of the terror group known as the Haqqani network who is wanted by the FBI, has been named the Taliban's interim interior minister, which was seen by some as a slap in the face to the U.S. and Western countries.
The Briton is bidding for a place in the last four of the US Open
‘We would rather associate philosophy with Parisian taxi drivers than engaging ourselves. We are all philosophers. We have all got to come to terms with the strangeness of life,’ says festival founder
‘The Wire’ actor said he was committed to living a ‘purpose driven life’ like the NBA icon