About 12,000 people showed up at the Democratic presidential hopeful’s town hall at Macalester College in St. Paul.
Alaska’s governor signed a budget bill on Monday rolling back most of the deep, highly controversial spending cuts he imposed weeks ago on the University of Alaska but rebuffed a renewed bid by lawmakers to restore funding he slashed from health programs.
It was troubling to learn that my voice was being recorded, day and night, without my knowledge or permission.
The publisher Judith Regan plans to put out a new book by the best-selling political author, who was accused of multiple instances of sexual harassment.
Facebook Inc’s plan to integrate Instagram and WhatsApp more closely could hinder any attempts to break up the social media giant, Federal Trade Commission Chairman Joseph Simons told the Financial Times on Monday.
Facebook Inc and Twitter Inc said on Monday they had dismantled a state-backed information operation originating in mainland China that sought to undermine protests in Hong Kong.
A Southern California university employee was stabbed to death Monday morning in what police believe was a targeted attack on the first day of the academic year, investigators said.
The social media companies removed accounts and said they were sowing divisive messages about the Hong Kong protests.
A woman taking an evening stroll on a beach in the United Kingdom came across a mysterious pale-blue creature she would later learn was a so-called “buoy barnacle,” an unusual and reportedly rarely-seen crustacean.
In a Monday press conference, Curry credited a former Howard student for urging him to revitalize the shuttered program.