Atlantic City casinos welcomed gamblers for the first time in almost four months on Thursday, but the seaside city famous for not enforcing Prohibition couldn't let its guests drink on the casino floors.
The booze ban was...Read more
WASHINGTON -- With the U.S. Justice Department nearing a lawsuit against Alphabet Inc.'s Google for antitrust violations, a coalition of states that are conducting a parallel investigation are divided over the best ...Read more
There were several milestones in March that grabbed the attention of Americans to the fast developing threat from the novel coronavirus: local schools closing, California's statewide stay-at-home order, and Disney closing ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. economy added a larger-than-expected 4.8 million jobs in June despite the worsening COVID-19 pandemic, registering solid gains for the second straight month after suffering near-Great Depression ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- It wasn't until the work was done that Marcelino and Josefina Rodriguez said they learned the truth.
They had been signed up for a roughly $45,000 PACE home improvement loan at nearly 10% interest -- even ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A Democratic senator is asking Attorney General William Barr whether "political pressure" is limiting a probe into the hacking of environmental groups in light of Barr's ouster of the chief U.S. prosecutor in...Read more
Construction on the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline has begun in Canada, and the premier of the nation's top oil-producing province says the project's momentum may make it difficult for a future U.S. administration ...Read more
MINNEAPOLIS -- Periscope ad agency's parent company changed a rule forbidding employees from using "Black Lives Matter" in social media posts after 179 Minneapolis workers walked off the job on Thursday.
Employees said ...Read more
With the unemployment rate at its highest since the Great Depression, perhaps you're one of the many Americans currently having difficult conversations -- or avoiding one -- on the topic of sharing space.
That might mean ...Read more
DETROIT -- If anything in life is predictable, it's steady sales of the Ford F-150.
The popular pickup truck saves the day -- every quarter, evey year -- for Ford Motor Co.
America loves its trucks. And, global pandemic ...Read more
Perhaps it was inevitable that in this strange era of "alternative facts" and fake claims of "fake news," someone would make the case for why bogus online reviews are a good thing.
Still, that anyone would make such an ...Read more
DETROIT -- The Chevy Silverado is keeping the ever-encroaching Ram at bay in the ongoing truck wars, despite overall dismal industry auto sales in the second quarter due to the global coronavirus pandemic.
On Wednesday, ...Read more
DETROIT -- Imagine being asked to bake a cake but not being told what kind of cake you'll be baking and knowing you'll be judged on the results.
You might know you need milk, eggs and flour, but whether the cake needs to ...Read more
DETROIT -- Disney will partner with Ford Motor Co. on the upcoming Ford Bronco reveal, the automaker confirmed Thursday.
Ford will unveil the all-new SUV "across Disney's broadcast, cable, digital and streaming properties...Read more
Q: We rent a single-family home and just found out that it needs to be tented for termites early next month. The landlord told us she would reduce our rent for the time we need to stay in a hotel. Money is tight, and a few...Read more
The international ownership saga of America's most popular gay dating app, Grindr, came to a close last month when a group of American investors took control of the West Hollywood company.
China-based Beijing Kunlun Tech ...Read more
The rebound in the U.S. labor market accelerated in June as broader reopenings spurred more hiring last month, though filings for unemployment benefits remained elevated last week as coronavirus cases picked up.
Payrolls ...Read more
Now that there are zero degrees of separation between our homes and our jobs, we face 24/7 workdays with no way to escape phone calls, emails and, of course, Zoom meetings from hell.
It wasn't always the case.
Long ago, ...Read more
Q: I am a department head in charge of my own hiring. I am usually astute in choosing a person to hire, but my new assistant has a personality trait I did not detect. In the interview, she listened attentively and answered...Read more
As the U.S. faces a blisteringly hot summer, millions of people already reeling from the coronavirus's economic fallout are about to face sharp increases in electric bills that may drive some to the brink of financial ruin...Read more
- Tech Q&A: Windows 10 expired free upgrade offer still works
- Atlantic City's casinos — all but one — reopen with no smoking, drinking, or eating inside
- Social media policy banning term 'Black Lives Matter' prompts Minneapolis ad agency to walk out
- Barr asked if probe into hacking of environmentalists is limited
- Keystone XL breaks ground in Canada in bid to ward off US veto