A three-day ceasefire agreed by the warring Taliban and Afghan forces was due to come into force on Thursday, after weeks of intense clashes throughout the country.
President Joe Biden signed an executive order Wednesday meant to strengthen U.S. cybersecurity defenses in response to a series of headline-grabbing hacking incidents that highlight how vulnerable the country's public and private sectors are to high-tech spies and criminals operating from half a world away. The order will require all federal agencies to use basic cybersecurity measures, like multi-factor authentication, and require new security standards for software makers that contract with the federal government. Officials are hoping to leverage the federal government's massive spending power to improve security across all types of software.
Elon Musk said on Wednesday that Tesla would stop accepting Bitcoin in car purchases.
Ally Brooke said she "didn't enjoy" her time in Fifth Harmony.
Aaron Rodgers still wants out. Where does Blake Bortles fit into that?
Bitcoin, the world's biggest digital currency, fell more than 7% after the tweet and was trading at $52,669. Musk said Tesla would not sell any bitcoin and intends to use bitcoin for transactions as soon as mining transitions to more sustainable energy.
The House Financial Services Committee approved a bill that would require public companies to report more information about their climate change risks.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has played down talk of a summer spending spree in a bid to revive the Anfield club's fortunes.
Inflation fears are dogging Wall Street at a time when the U.S. rebound is picking up speed.
Atletico Madrid held their nerve to beat Real Sociedad 2-1 on Wednesday and move within touching distance of winning La Liga.
In a tweet Wednesday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the electric-car company is discontinuing bitcoin payments.
With Wednesday night's NFL schedule release — and all the schedules that have already leaked — there’s no better time to look at some season win totals that caught our eye.
Legislation adding a firing squad to South Carolina's execution methods amid a lack of lethal-injection drugs is headed to the desk of Gov. Henry McMaster. On a routine vote Wednesday, the state Senate concurred with a version of the legislation, approved last week by House lawmakers. McMaster has not yet said when he will sign the bill into law, although his office said it would happen as soon as the bill was ratified, which could happen in a matter of days.
Let's take a look at some big utility earnings releases to see if these will impact ETFs exposed to the space.
When the music industry’s NFT craze hit its fever pitch earlier this year, it seemed nearly everyone was rushing to mint the crypto collectibles in one form or another. The non-fungible tokens, known colloquially as their acronym “NFT,” have captured the industry’s fascination in 2021 for their promise of fan engagement and a new source […]
US President Joe Biden says that Israel has a right to defend itself, but after speaking with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu he hopes violent clashes with Palestinians will end "sooner than later." He adds that his national security staff has also spoken with the Egyptians, Saudis and Emiratis.
Hideki Matsuyama returns to the PGA Tour this week at the AT&T Byron Nelson.
Oracle (ORCL) closed the most recent trading day at $76.75, moving -1.21% from the previous trading session.
Pinduoduo Inc. Sponsored ADR (PDD) closed at $124.06 in the latest trading session, marking a -1.41% move from the prior day.
GameStop (GME) closed the most recent trading day at $144.79, moving -1.45% from the previous trading session.