Muslims in the most oppressed and closed-off region in China are using the country's version of TikTok, the video-sharing app popular among Generation Z, to tell the world about the government's abuse.
A trading tactic that profits from the stock market's biggest winners has been on fire lately. But after quantitative strategists at Nomura peeked beneath its surface, they concluded that investor fears
Aviv Gozali, an 18-year-old Isreali mixed martial artist, broke the Bellator MMA record for the fastest submission win in the company's history with a lightning quick heel hook Saturday. Gozali stood from
Lionel Messi has been twice as good as Cristiano Ronaldo in the modern era, according to a computer algorithm
At least that's according to a supercomputer developed by scientists at the University of Leuven. The Belgian brainiacs, alongside Dutch firm "SciSports," used an algorithm that logs every action both
Prince Andrew flew on Jeffrey Epstein's private jet with a Russian model who was later jailed for drugs-related offences, court records reveal. The Queen's son flew on Epstein's Gulfstream jet, dubbed
Trump will be blamed for a global recession if he continues his trade war with China, says Boris Johnson
Donald Trump risks taking the blame for a global recession if he continues his trade war with China, the UK prime minister Boris Johnson said ahead of their meeting at the G7 summit. The two leaders met
Andrew Luck says he heard the boos from Indianapolis Colts fans and that they "hurt" following reports that he was going to retire from the NFL. Watch: Andrew Luck booed by Colts fans as he walks off after
President Donald Trump publicly lavished praise on French President Emmanuel Macron, even as his aides fumed over France's handling of the G7 Summit, according to multiple reports. Though Trump boasted
Andrew Luck booed by Colts fans as he walks off field after news of his shocking retirement becomes public
Andrew Luck shocked the NFL world on Saturday by announcing his retirement from football just two weeks before the start of the 2019 season. Luck, just weeks away from his 30th birthday, described an with
A Michigan city council candidate said she wants to keep the city 'a white community as much as possible'
A city council candidate in Marysville, Michigan, said she wanted to keep the city "a white community as much as possible," stunning her fellow candidates and drawing widespread backlash. Jean Cramer,
OJ Simpson is not happy with Andrew Luck for retiring an hour after he drafted the QB in his fantasy league
Andrew Luck shocked the sports world on Saturday night when Adam Schefter of ESPN reported that the Indianapolis Colts quarterback was retiring from the NFL. Read more: Andrew Luck is retiring from the
Andrew Luck is retiring from the NFL, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. "Andrew Luck has informed the Colts he is retiring from the NFL, per source," Schefter wrote on Twitter. "There will be a press
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.