Interview: Ahead of the 2019 IPL, Buttler reflects on a journey that has taken him out of the Test wilderness and into the very heart of England’s cricketing future at the end of a transformational 12 months
Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA) delivered a fiery speech on the Senate floor Wednesday as she derided the Green New Deal's staggering $93 trillion cost.
A former Tesla employee has filed a whistleblower tip with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), the law firm representing the employee said in a statement on Monday.
Three trucks loaded with food and medicine for the Venezuelan people went up in flames last week on the Colombia-Venezuela border, as the country’s military engaged with opposition forces in a burst of tear gas, rocks, handmade Molotov cocktails, and metal pellets. The spectacle of Venezuelans wiping tear gas from their eyes, 280 tons of aid mainly from the United States still blocked from entering the country, lit up international television screens and newsfeeds.
The governors of Iowa, Wisconsin and Nebraska declared states of emergency after a "bomb cyclone" caused severe flooding. Nebraska officials say the flooding is a "death knell" for some small towns.
Baltimore's mayor is defending a deal to sell her self-published books for $100,000 to the University of Maryland Medical System, on whose board of directors she sits. Board positions are
A Jersey City councilman sprang into action to help revive a man who passed out during a City Hall ceremony. The Jersey Journal reports the unidentified man passed out at
Incorporating the arts—rapping, dancing, drawing—into science lessons can help low-achieving students retain more knowledge and possibly help students of all ability levels be more creative in their learning, finds a new study by Johns Hopkins University.
A recent report from Bloomberg backs up previous claims about the working conditions of electric car manufacturer Tesla's factories, as injuries and illnesses at the company tripled year over year.
President Trump toured a sprawling manufacturing site in Ohio that has been building Army tanks and armored vehicles since World War II.