Check out this week's Fantasy Baseball Fearless Forecast
Check out this week's Fantasy Baseball Fearless Forecast
World Health Organization says coronavirus deaths are at their highest rate since the pandemic began.
The stage is set for an explosion in the amount of stock buybacks, says Goldman Sachs.
Dr Anne Anderson was accused of racism for a comment using the words "colourful disposition" after the interview between Meghan and Oprah Winfrey.
Britain's men's team will be joined by the United States and Ireland, while the women's side will compete against France and Ireland. "It's a great chance for sides to compete in the run up to Tokyo," team leader Charlie Hayter said on Friday.
James Liu, Clearnomics Founder & CEO, joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss April's disappointing jobs report and outlook for the U.S. labor force.
Clusters of mobile phones connected to a maze of charging cables emerging from multi sockets in Brigitte Lipp's garage are evidence that migrants are welcome here.
Press Secretary Jen Psaki and Janet Yellen, the secretary of the treasury, hold a briefing at the White House.
A young family went on the search for a ‘pot of gold’ when they spotted a double rainbow landing in their backyard in Indianapolis after a bout of rain cleared on May 6.Leslie Wells, who recorded the video, told Storyful that her son then jumped their fence to try to find the end of the rainbow after he couldn’t find it in their backyard, but came up short. Her children then spent about 20 minutes riding their bikes around the neighborhood to catch it.“Our [6-year old] daughter was really sad she didn’t find a leprechaun or a pot of gold,” Wells said. Luckily, Wells found some leftover chocolate gold coins in the pantry and told her daughter the rainbow ended there. Credit: Leslie Wells via Storyful
A third of Americans think the U.S. has made progress in addressing racism over the last year, according to global communications firm Edelman, which recently released its Trust Barometer on racism in America.
Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, at a Friday morning press conference, explained her surprise decision not to seek reelection as the city’s mayor. “I need to pass the baton to someone else,” she said.
Peruvian right-wing candidate Keiko Fujimori has shrunk the gap on socialist rival Pedro Castillo in the country's presidential election race, according to a poll released on Friday, signally a closer contest in the June 6 vote. The Datum poll showed former teacher Castillo, the surprise front-runner, only 5 percentage points ahead of Fujimori, the scion of a powerful political family whose father is an ex-president now in prison for corruption and human rights abuses. Castillo had at one point appeared to be out of reach of Fujimori, with some polls showing him with double her level of support.
Each week during the 2020-21 NBA season, we will take a deeper dive into three of the league’s biggest storylines in an attempt to determine whether the trends are based more in fact or fiction moving forward.
The Pakistan Cricket Board hopes to finish its Twenty20 league in the United Arab Emirates next month. The Pakistan Super League was postponed in March with 20 games to go after several players and support staff in the six franchises tested positive for COVID-19. Pakistan is in the middle of a third wave which authorities say is worse than the previous ones.
During the White House COVID-19 response team briefing on Friday, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, praised the outgoing Nancy Messonnier, a CDC official who warned Americans in February 2020 of the looming dangers of the coronavirus.
Big advertisers like General Motors and Target say they intend to pay more attention to Black-owned media outlets. Now Interpublic Group, one of the nation’s biggest advertising companies, intends to follow suit. Interpublic’s large Mediabrands media-buying unit said Friday it intended to spend “a minimum of 5%” of its clients’ ad budgets in Black-owned media […]
Megan Kaspar, Magnetic Managing Director and Co-Founder joins the Yahoo Finance Live panel to discuss Ethereum reaching an all time high.
Manchester United co-chairman Joel Glazer has written to fans acknowledging the "need for change" and better communication after protests forced the postponement of last Sunday's Premier League match against Liverpool.
Those "with possible exposure" to COVID-19 indicated in their TraceTogether app will no longer be denied entry to the ComfortDelGro Driving Centre (CDC).
An online petition calling for the Tokyo Olympics to be cancelled has been signed by over 230,000 people in just two days.The Games were already postponed from 2020 due to the coronavirus.Now, with just 11 weeks to go, Japan's medical system is currently struggling through a fourth wave and a sluggish vaccination program.Kenji Utsunomiya organised The "Stop Tokyo Olympics" petition:"At this moment, hospital workers are exhausted. On top of this they would find it difficult to help with the Games. I recieved a phone call from a hospital worker this morning who thanked me for (organizing the petition) and speaking out on their behalf."Games organizers and the Japanese government have repeatedly said the event needs to go ahead, in part as a symbol of the world's triumph over the pandemic.They say detailed COVID-19 protocols have been unveiled for participants.Opinion polls have found a majority of the Japanese public is opposed to the Games.The government has extended a state of emergency in the capital and three other areas until the end of May.On Thursday, Pfizer and its German partner BioNTech agreed to donate their vaccine to inoculate participants.
Stocks traded mixed Friday as investors digested a disappointing April jobs report, which showed the U.S. economy added back far fewer jobs than expected last month despite easing stay-in-place restrictions.