In remarks delivered at the White House on Monday, President Biden said that by the end of June, the U.S. will have shared 80 million doses of coronavirus vaccines with other countries.
Ricky Schroder is apologizing to the Costco employee he confronted on camera for doing his job enforcing the company and state's mask policy.
The 57th Baeksang Arts Awards were broadcast from the KINTEX Hall in Ilsan.
Everything you need to prepare for the 2021 PGA Championship at Kiawah Island's Ocean Course.
Kleine will play a significant role in Denver's NFL draft and free agency evaluation and report directly to GM George Paton.
Tim Speiss, EisnerAmper Partner, joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss last minute tax tips and the impact of COVID-19 on taxes.
George Leimer, Rally CEO, joins Yahoo Finance’s Kristin Myers to discuss NFTs and purchases of collectibles.
Yahoo Finance's Jared Blikre breaks down why AMC is surging again.
Here are our pop culture picks for May 17-23, including the best deals we could find for each.
Slip into something more comfortable: The breathable knit outer shell lends a sock-like feel.
“Jane the Virgin’s” Latin Lover narrator, the three-time Emmy-nominated voiceover veteran Anthony Mendez, will be taking his narrating talents over to Disney Plus for the new food art competition series “Foodtastic.” Keke Palmer will host “Foodtastic,” where teams are challenged to create Disney-inspired works of culinary art. The show will push three teams of contestants […]
AT&T ruined a lot of shareholder value by trying to get success in the media business, a veteran media analyst Craig Moffett tells Yahoo Finance Live.
The Zimbabwean government on Monday appealed against a High Court ruling that extending the chief justice's tenure by five years was illegal, in a case that has created a stand off between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the court. Lawyers had challenged a constitutional amendment that raised the retirement age of Constitutional and Supreme Court judges to 75 from 70, which allowed Mnangagwa to extend Chief Justice Luke Malaba's term of office. The opposition has accused Mnangagwa of seeking to influence the judiciary, a charge the president denies.
Since AT&T bought Time Warner in 2018 to compete with Netflix and Disney, the world of streaming video has only gotten more cutthroat. The telecom giant’s deal with Discovery Inc, announced Monday, marks the latest shift in the remaking of the media industry and the potential beginning of another round of consolidation. An earlier wave three years ago resulted in media mogul Rupert Murdoch leaving Hollywood and Viacom and CBS recombining.
Edwards dropped 42 points on May 5 and silenced any doubt as to who should win Rookie of the Year.
Player tracking and live data in football offer tactical boosts to coaches, with incoming Bayern Munich boss Julian Nagelsmann saying modern technology is "very important".
The New Beverly Cinema To Re-Open with Quentin Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ Los Angeles’ New Beverly Cinema, which is owned and operated by Quentin Tarantino, announced on Instagram that it will re-open on June 1 with the director’s latest film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” The picture features posters for both […]
Foamy slime bubbles onto Damien Desrocher’s hand as he lightly rubs one of the thousands of snails he keeps in an enclosure in his backyard. The 28-year-old French artisan began using the gastropod fluid to make soap bars, which he sells in local markets, in December. "It's all in the dexterity of how you tickle,” Desrocher said as he extracted the slime, noting that the process does not kill the animals.
The New York City marathon -- the world's biggest 26.2-mile race -- will return in November with 33,000 runners, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced on Monday.
France's acceptance in a report this year that it bore a responsibility for the 1994 genocide in Rwanda marked a "big step forward" in repairing relations between the two countries, Rwandan President Paul Kagame said on Monday. A commission established by President Emmanuel Macron concluded in March that France had been blinded by its colonial attitude to events leading up to the genocide and bore "serious and overwhelming" responsibility. "When you talk about overwhelming responsibility ... that means a lot," the Rwandan president told France 24.