Kim Jong Un is in a "vegetative state" or flat-out dead after a failed heart surgery. Or he's got COVID-19. Or just a sprained ankle. The rumor mill is turning after reports emerged that a Chinese medical team had been dispatched to help North Korea's leader in his time of need,...
Shrieks of joy rang out Sunday in the streets of Spain as children were allowed to leave their homes for the first time in six weeks. The sound of children shouting and the rattle of bikes on the pavement after the 44-day seclusion of Spain's youngest citizens offered a...
Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman, who is pushing for casinos and other businesses to be allowed to reopen, says she wants the city to be a "control group" for relaxing shutdowns. The workers who would actually be affected say they want to go back to safe workplaces—and they don't...
If you go to the same job every day and spend all day waiting for the chance to go home, you are not alone. Many people live this way and often spend some of the best years of their lives sitting at a desk waiting for the day they...
The IRS' online tool, Get My Payment, has been live for under a week, but is already running into trouble. Designed to help you set up direct deposit (here's how) and track your coronavirus stimulus checks (step-by-step directions), it's meant to be an elegant solution to help millions of eligible people in the US...
Earlier this year, Lin He made a $400,000 profit from a single home flip. The 3,600-square-foot house in Malibu was in foreclosure and was listed for $1.39 million. He purchased it for $985,000 in 2017 without ever stepping foot inside. "Boy, it was bad. It was a lot worse than I thought,"...
A $17,000 model. A fitting appointment. A cover spread on Vogue. The Apple Watch was more than a fitness-tracking device when it debuted five years ago. It was a fashion item and status symbol. It was luxury on your wrist. Fast forward to 2020, the fifth anniversary of Apple's smartwatch. Millions of people around the globe wear...
The Treasury Department has confirmed that economic impact paper checks from the $2.2 trillion coronavirus stimulus relief package have already started going out and are in the mail. Department officials are walking back Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s comments at a White House gaggle with reporters where he said they would start going...