President Donald Trump has reportedly been feuding with the National Rifle Association over next steps for legislation requiring background checks for gun purchases. The clash reportedly began after Trump
The Amazon rainforest fires are shaping the G7 summit, where world leaders like Trump and Macron are convening
A record number of wildfires ravaging the Amazon, the world's largest tropical rainforest, is influencing the political discourse as world leaders congregate in France for the Group of Seven summit and
Bears head coach Matt Nagy is obsessed with the 'double-doink' as the team searches for a solution at kicker
The Chicago Bears crashed out of the NFL playoffs last year in heartbreaking fashion. After the Eagles took a 16-15 lead with just a minute remaining in the NFC Wild Card game, Mitchell Trubisky led the
President Donald Trump resurfaced a project involving the New York City subway over the weekend that was revealed in 2017 through leaked documents to be among his administration's top priorities. Trump
American performer Lizzo encouraged her 720,000 Twitter followers to think critically about the Democratic presidential candidates as the 2020 election cycle continues to rev up. On Saturday, the "Truth
President Donald Trump apparently had a great conversation with Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro on Friday as thousands of manmade fires continued to burn the Amazon rainforest. Trump tweeted that the could
Overstock.com CEO and founder Patrick Byrne announced his resignation in a shareholder letter that said in part he was too "controversial" to be an effective head of the company. The news came after a
GOBankingRates surveyed about 5,000 Americans in 2019 about how much they have in savings and investment accounts, excluding savings for retirement. The survey found people living in states with traditionally
As Trump's trade war escalates to 'new heights,' Wall Street warns investors are in for more whiplash
Stock-market investors were dealt another blow late in the week as the US' and China's trade tit-for-tat entered new territory, ushering in wild market swings. As both nations inflict fresh rounds of and
The CEO of Restaurant Brands International, parent company of Burger King, Popeyes, and Tim Hortons, sat down with Business Insider on Friday on the heels of the wild success of Popeyes' new chicken sandwich.
When I first set serious savings goals for myself, high-yield savings accounts were just starting to get more attention. As interest rates crept higher and higher, I noticed more people recommending them
Amazon sells hundreds of millions of items on its online marketplace. With such a massive quantity of products, the question becomes: How does the company regulate what's being sold? The Wall Street Journal
For fraudsters and cybercriminals, 2019 has been a big year. According to a report by CipherTrace, since January $4.26 billion in total has been stolen from cryptocurrency exchanges, investors and users.
Hong Kong protests descended into violence over surveillance concerns on the movement's 12th weekend
Pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong descended into violent chaos over the weekend as authorities and protestors clashed and broke nearly two weeks of peace. Hundreds of protesters shut down streets and
Millennials are cutting back on alcohol, and beer is being hit the hardest. 31% of millennials polled by Bank of America Merrill Lynch said they are drinking less alcohol than before, up from 21% in 2018.
Truckers like Lexington, Kentucky-based owner-operator Chad Boblett said truckers have suffered "a bloodbath" in 2019. This year alone, some 2,500 truck drivers have lost their jobs as trucking companies
For years, companies have relied on heavy machinery — almost all of which burns gas and diesel — to expose ore, minerals, and other materials from beneath the earth's surface and turn it into usable components.
The Justice Department confirmed in a letter to lawmakers Friday that a "doctoral-level psychologist" signed off on taking criminal financier Jeffrey Epstein off suicide watch on July 29. A little under
The future of the headphone jack on smartphones is pretty certain at this stage: it's all but over. Samsung, one of the last smartphone headphone jack holdouts, ditched the headphone jack for the new Note
If you've ever wondered how professional gamers keep their mouse skills so sharp, I've found the game for you. "Osu!" is a free music game for computers, inspired by classic Nintendo DS series of rhythm
You don't need an Ivy League degree to become a billionaire. Some billionaires don't have degrees at all, though not always for lack of trying. Some dropped out to focus on their companies, like Facebook
China's military power is quickly becoming the greatest threat to US military primacy. From posturing in the South China Sea to damaging hacking campaigns, the Chinese government is investing more time
The Navy's newest fleet just turned a year old — here's how it's been training for a new kind of fight
One year ago in Norfolk, Virginia, aboard USS George H.W. Bush at the establishment ceremony for US 2nd Fleet, I directed the fleet to be ready to fight — ready to fight so that we do not have to. The
Back in 2008, when Tesla Motors released its first vehicle, the all-electric Roadster, the vehicle was celebrated for the speed and power created by its clean, battery-powered motor. Flash forward more
Fires in the Amazon rainforest, during the summer months, aren't new. But this year, it's the worst on record. While Brazil's government has called warnings about the fires "sensationalist" and "hysterical,"
Popeyes and Chick-fil-A are suddenly and unexpectedly embroiled in a chicken feud. The two franchises traditionally sell relatively different fare — Popeyes focuses on Cajun-influenced chicken with an