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A seized $300 million superyacht linked to a sanctioned Russian gold tycoon arrived in San Diego Bay flying the US flag
The US says the owner of the Amadea is Russian billionaire Suleiman Kerimov, who's been sanctioned by the US, the European Union, and the UK.
Black and South Asian women take nearly 2 months longer than their white peers to land their first job, research suggests
Despite being more likely to have done unpaid work experience, Black and South Asian women in the UK waited longer to secure a first job.
7 ways to troubleshoot if your AirPods keep disconnecting
AirPods can keep disconnecting or work intermittently due to a number of problems, and there are several ways to troubleshoot.
3 ways to restore tabs on Google Chrome and recover old webpages
You can restore tabs in Google Chrome right after closing, using the tool bar, or by going to the browser history page.
A mystery rocket crashed into moon and left a 'double crater,' NASA says
NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spotted a double crater on the moon from a spacecraft impact. So far, no country has taken responsibility.
I flew out of what was once considered the worst airport in the world. Except for a few hiccups, it was a smooth experience.
For years, Manila's Ninoy Aquino International Airport ranked among the worst airports in the world, but it's recently undergone a series of upgrades.
Biological daughter of 'Jane Roe' slams Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, saying it has been 'too many times' that a woman's choice 'has been decided for her by others'
Shelley Lynn Thornton, the woman whose conception sparked the 1973 landmark case, told ABC News that she's concerned for what lies ahead.
Grocery store employee accused of attacking Rudy Giuliani released on reduced charges
ShopRite employee Daniel Gill's release came after Giuliani called for him to be locked up, claiming that the slap on his back might have killed him.
Putin's Chechen warlord ally plans to bolster Russia's forces in Ukraine with 4 new battalions
Ramzan Kadyrov said on Telegram that he would assemble battalions comprising an impressive number of personnel to replenish Moscow's forces.
AOC says Supreme Court justices who lied under oath must face consequences for 'impeachable offense'
Sens. Susan Collins and Joe Manchin said they were misled by Justices Brett Kavanaugh and Neil Gorsuch on Roe v. Wade.
Majority of Americans believe the Supreme Court will limit gay marriage after overturning Roe v. Wade: poll
In a CBS News poll, 57% of respondents said it was very or somewhat likely that the court would rule to limit gay marriage next.
House January 6 committee member says his main concerned is not seeing the DOJ charge Trump: 'Our democracy is on the line here. Our Constitution is at stake'
Raskin said his concern is telling the American people the truth so we can fortify our institutions against whose an insurrectionist going forward.
A near-perfect 30,000-year-old baby woolly mammoth discovered in Yukon's Klondike gold fields
A Yukon miner found the ice age animal. The most complete mummified mammoth in North America still had hair, nails, and intestines.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says a Russian victory in Ukraine would be 'absolutely catastrophic'
Johnson said that funding for Ukraine from Western nations, including billions in US aid, was a price worth paying for democracy and freedom.
Clarence Thomas dismisses 'ridiculous' criticism that he doesn't ask enough questions during Supreme Court oral arguments: book
If you look at the history of the Court, the Court was a very quiet Court, he said in response to critiques. We've gotten very hyperactive now.
Since the Roe ruling a gynecology clinic in Texas has received increased requests for permanent sterilization: 'I sense that they're scared'
After the Women's Health Domain closed on Friday evening for the weekend, it received 109 new patient requests, the majority of which were requesting permanent sterilization.
Texas abortion clinic staff describe how patients screamed, cried, and 'begged for help' when Roe v. Wade was overturned: report
Staff at a clinic in San Antonio said they had to inform dozens of distraught people that they wouldn't be able to proceed with their abortions.
After Roe fell, Steve Bannon called for an 'army of the awakened' to 'shatter' Democrats
Bannon made a Gettr post the day after Roe v. Wade was overturned, calling for an army to capitalize on the defeat of the pro-abortion movement.
Toyota is recalling 2,700 of its flagship electric SUVs because its wheels may come off
The Japanese carmaker launched the car last month in Japan and had plans to introduce the model to US dealers this spring.
The average data scientist earns almost $100,000 a year — and the barriers to entry for candidates are being broken down
The data science industry is facing a lack of experienced candidates, Insider spoke to experts to find out what they look for in new recruits.
Meet the woman who helped Ford beat range anxiety and get the electric F-150 Lightning truck on the road
Linda Zhang led the team that designed the electric version of America's most popular vehicle, creating a new generation of eco-truckers.
Joe Biden says the West is banning imports of Russian gold to tighten the screws on Putin
Gold sales give Russia tens of billions of dollars a year, the President said, while the UK said the metal was now an important asset for oligarchs.
Trump said he was 'scared of COVID' after testing positive because he knew people who died from it, Jan. 6 filmmaker says
What he said to me was that the reason why he was sort of scared of COVID was essentially because he knew people who had died of COVID, British filmmaker Alex Holder said.
More than $100,000 raised for loyal Burger King employee of 27 years in GoFundMe campaign after video shows him getting 'goody' bag as reward
A viral video has led to a Burger King employee receiving an overwhelming amount of donations on his 27th work anniversary.
After calls from AOC and other Dems to expand the court, White House says Biden 'does not agree' with the move
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted Saturday that expanding the court was one of the ways the President and Congress could ensure abortion access across the country.
Instagram is testing out a trial in which it scans users' faces for proof they are over 18 years old
Users have three ways to verify their age: upload a photo of their ID, ask three mutual friends verify their age, or record a video selfie.
Alito said women seeking abortions should have to listen to distressing details about fetal development as 'part of the responsibility of moral choice'
The memo also laid out the conservative justice's strategy for eventually overturning abortion rights in the US, The New York Times reported.
Here's what each Supreme Court justice said about Roe v. Wade before they were confirmed
On Friday, the Supreme Court overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that made abortion legal across the US.
Piers Morgan's producers are offering guests thousands to appear on his struggling TV show
The former CNN presenter is the star of Rupert Murdoch's new UK channel that emulates Fox News – but few viewers are tuning in.
Tucker Carlson says corporations are helping their employees get an out-of-state abortion because those 'without families are much cheaper for the company'
After the Supreme Court voted to strike down Roe v. Wade, Disney and Meta offered to pay travel costs for employees seeking an abortion out of state.
A 'heroic' US destroyer sunk fighting the Japanese navy in WWII discovered more than 4 miles down in the Pacific, making it the deepest shipwreck
Explorers found the USS destroyer Samuel B. Roberts in the Philippine Sea. The ship was sunk by a Japanese battleship in the 1944 Battle of Leyte Gulf.
Missouri AG, who authorized the state's Roe v. Wade 'trigger' ban on abortions, says DOJ had 'third world' response to protests against Supreme Court
The DOJ has no interest in condemning the night of rage that followed the Supreme Court's decision to roll back Roe v. Wade, Eric Schmitt said.
Giant Burmese python weighing 215 pounds that preyed on white-tailed deer is the heaviest ever captured in Florida, say biologists
A massive Burmese python, an invasive species, was caught and euthanized by biologists in Florida's Picayune Strand State Forest.
Crypto platform Voyager Digital cuts daily withdrawal limit to $10,000 after revealing $660 billion exposure to struggling crypto hedge fund
Voyager Digital may not be repaid the 15,250 bitcoin and $350 million of USDC stablecoin it loaned to Three Arrows Capital.
Europe faces an emergency this winter as the continent sees further cutoff of Russian gas, RBC's commodities chief says
European nations are discussing rationing as they prepare for a cutoff of Russian gas, RBC's commodities chief said.
How to insert a line in a Word document in 2 ways
There are several different types of lines you can insert in a Word document with simple keyboard shortcuts.
Asia's richest person pledges to donate 8% of his net worth as he celebrates his 60th birthday
The funds will go toward healthcare, education and skill development to help build an equitable future-ready India, industrial magnate Gautam Adani tweeted.
Larry Ellison reportedly paid $173 million for a Palm Beach estate, breaking the state record for priciest home ever sold
The oceanfront compound contains multiple houses, a network of underground tunnels, and its own golf course.
Why billionaire Ken Griffin is moving Citadel's HQ to Miami from Chicago: riots, an employee stabbed, and the attempted hijacking of his own car
Citadel founder Ken Griffin said that he recently moved to Florida with his family and has plans to build a new office tower in Miami's business hub.
Trump was the one who suggested sending letter to states alleging 2020 election fraud, former acting AG testifies
Former acting Attorney General Jeff Rosen says Trump suggested several measures the DOJ should take to overturn 2020 presidential election results.