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U.S. will conduct airstrikes in Afghanistan against the Taliban as foreign forces withdraw
Today 13:05 EDT
The U.S. will continue to conduct airstrikes against the Taliban in Afghanistan but has made no promise about what will happen after Aug. 31.
Binance CEO says he’s willing to step down as world's biggest crypto exchange welcomes regulation
Today 12:54 EDT
Binance CEO Changpeng "CZ" Zhao said he's willing to step down from his role as the cryptocurrency exchange seeks to become a regulated financial institution.
Experts say desks could also be at least three feet apart and teachers could be assigned smaller class sizes to reduce risk of infection.
Tech stocks took a hit early this year and again on the big earnings week for Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet and Facebook, but wealthy investors see opportunity.
China critic Sen. Tommy Tuberville of Alabama violated stock disclosure law, sold Alibaba option
Today 12:19 EDT
Alabama Republican Sen. Tommy Tuberville, is a top critic of China, but his portfolio in the past included stock and options of Alibaba, the Chinese firm.
Civilian casualties in Afghanistan hit record highs amid U.S. withdrawal, UN report says
Today 11:03 EDT
Civilian casualties in Afghanistan reached record level highs in the first half of 2021, with a major spike in May, a United Nations report says.
Walmart associates will no longer have to pay a $1 per day fee in order to participate in the company's education program.
A Georgia man has plead guilty on Tuesday to all four murder charges related to the shootings at three metro Atlanta spas.
NBA legend Charles Barkley: ‘The only people who are not vaccinated are just a--holes'
Today 10:51 EDT
Simone Biles drops out of Olympic gymnastics final as Russian athletes upset Team USA
Today 10:38 EDT
Biles, a gymnastics superstar, left the competition with what USA Gymnastics called a "medical issue."
UPS stock slides after U.S. delivery volume declines
Today 10:31 EDT
Shares of the delivery company had been up nearly 25% year to date before the second-quarter earnings report.
Here's when the eviction ban, foreclosure moratorium and other Covid consumer protections expire
Today 10:27 EDT
Financial protections keeping many households afloat throughout the coronavirus pandemic will end in the coming days and weeks.
Never make these 7 'sloppy' job interview mistakes: 'They'll instantly destroy a first impression,’ says CEO of 20 years
Today 10:25 EDT
When it comes to job interviews, it only takes a few seconds for hiring managers to make crucial judgments about you, including your likability, trustworthiness and how fit you are for the job. A CEO...
CDC to reverse indoor mask policy to recommend them for fully vaccinated people in Covid hot spots
Today 10:22 EDT
Capitol riot probe must uncover everything that happened at Trump White House on Jan. 6, Cheney says
Today 10:01 EDT
Rep. Liz Cheney's opening remarks came after she suggested that the Jan. 6 select committee might subpoena Trump and House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy.
Elizabeth Warren presses Janet Yellen, regulators to address 'growing threats' in crypto market
Today 10:00 EDT
Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Tuesday urged Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen to make crypto markets safer.
The co-founder of Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus is taking on Apple with $99 wireless earbuds
Today 9:32 EDT
The co-founder of Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus is challenging Apple with a cheaper alternative to the tech giant's popular wireless earbuds.
Watch live: Police officers testify in Jan. 6 select committee's first hearing on Capitol insurrection
Today 9:20 EDT
Homeland Security Chairman Bennie Thompson, D-Miss., and Rep. Liz Cheney, R-Wyo., will speak at the start of the hearing on the pro-Trump Jan. 6 Capitol riot.
Richard Branson said that while it's "perfectly human to have a little bit of doubt," it's important not to let these fears get in the way of pursuing a dream.
IMF warns that inflation could prove to be persistent and central banks may need to act
Today 9:01 EDT
For the most part, the Washington-based institution sees these price pressures as transitory. However, it warned that "uncertainty remains high."
Travel booking behemoth Amadeus is partnering with travel app developer Hopper, adding fintech offerings to product line
Today 9:00 EDT
Travel giant Amadeus adds fintech functionality from travel app developer Hopper, which is eyeing future development of more financial products.
U.S. futures were under some pressure after the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq logged a fifth straight session of gains.
From cleaning homes to packing Amazon boxes, pro women soccer players share their side hustles to call out the league's low pay
Today 8:49 EDT
Tech sector marks new highs and it’s not just the megacap stocks leading the charge, Oppenheimer analyst says
Today 8:30 EDT
The technology sector kicked off the week with fresh records. Two traders look under the hood for their favorite subsectors.
5 things to know before the stock market opens Tuesday
Today 8:20 EDT
U.S. futures were under some pressure after the Dow, S&P 500 and Nasdaq logged a fifth straight session of gains and another day of record closes.
Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket: F5 Networks, UPS, Sirius XM and more
Today 8:12 EDT
The stocks making the biggest moves in premarket trading include F5 Networks, UPS, Sirius XM , and more.
Many states are holding lotteries with cash or other prizes to boost vaccination rates. Here's how much winners could owe in taxes
Today 8:08 EDT
Whether cash or another type of prize, the IRS expects winners of any lottery to pay taxes on the value of their jackpots.