A campaign to express displeasure with President Joe Biden’s handling of the Israel-Hamas conflict succeeded during the Democratic primary election in Michigan on Tuesday night.The Listen to Michigan campaign sought to get 10,000 voters to choose “uncommitted” over Biden,
A candidate for mayor of Eugene, Oregon has addressed his involvement in a 1984 crime that prosecutors at the time referred to as a “gay bashing.”Douglas Barr, a 59-year-old driver for the nonprofit food bank FOOD For Lane County, is
The IRS is again giving taxpayers in disaster-stricken San Diego County more time to file their returns and pay what they owe this year.
Excess fat around your pancreas could bode ill for the health of your aging brain, new research shows.
New York Police arrested three suspects on Monday connected to the shooting death of a Bronx father on a moving subway train on Friday.
K-pop group Le Sserafilm showcased the "Easy" choreography in a new music video for the song.
South Korea’s fertility rate, already the world’s lowest, continued to decline in 2023, as women decided to delay childbirth or not have babies at all.
Sri Lankan officials said they were canceling long-term tourist visa extensions amid outrage over a “whites only” party planned at a Russian-run nightclub.
A clip from the former president's speech at CPAC provided fodder for late night television, but was stripped of relevant context.
The former U.S. president spoke at the Black Conservative Federation's annual gala in February 2024.
"Documentation authors at Canonical have launched the Open Documentation Academy to offer an easy way to get started contributing to open-source projects," writes longtime Slashdot reader tykev. From the blog post: Open and inclusive collaboration, and the sharing of ideas,
Fast food chain Wendy's announced it's adopting a similar approach to Uber's Surge Pricing policy by dynamically adjusting the prices of its menu items during peak demand periods at certain locations. The controversial strategy seeks to leverage real-time data to
An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: The FBI and partners from 10 other countries are urging owners of Ubiquiti EdgeRouters to check their gear for signs they've been hacked and are being used to conceal ongoing malicious
A Jehovah's Witness couple and their son are released following their abduction in May 2022.