President Joe Biden’s plan to cancel billions in federal student loan debt is facing a new legal challenge, this time from six conservative-leaning states. Arkansas is leading the charge, joined by Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and South Carolina. Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge, who had said she was willing to challenge the administration’s plan to […]
I’ve heard from many people who have been cyberstalked over the years. Sadly, today’s tech makes it all too easy. Take Apple AirTags, for example. They’re cheap, small, and easy to hide – and can tell the owner exactly where you are located. Then there are the people convinced someone is listening in on their […]
Bradley Delp said he spent close to $6 million on construction over four years to build a glamorous waterfront castle with 18 rooms in Rossford, Ohio.
Elon Musk has faced questions from the US Securities and Exchange Commission about how and when he disclosed his large stake in Twitter last month, prior to agreeing to buy the social media company.
Season 4 of Netflix’s serial killer drama You will include Penn Badgley. We haven’t seen You season 3 on Netflix in a while, but we already know Joe Goldberg will return in season 4, and things will be a lot more problematic for him. The fourth season of You’ll pick up after the […]
Amber Heard was cross-examined by Johnny Depp’s lawyer, Camille Vasquez, on the 17th day of the ongoing trial. Throughout the hearings, she mentioned Tasya Van Ree, the actress’ ex-partner. Amber finished her testimony on the 17th of May. The trial is coming to a close on the 27th of this month, and it will […]
A school district in Pennsylvania denied a resident’s request to form an After School Satan Club in Northern Elementary School on Tuesday.
Now that some mask and vaccine mandates are being lifted, consumers seem ready to spend on travel and other leisure experiences. Call it the “revenge spending” phenomenon.
A man driving a Tesla Model 3 in Southern California said the vehicle’s computer froze while he was driving 83 mph on the freeway on April 7.
A weeklong protest by Texas Gov. Greg Abbott against President Biden’s recent immigration policy reached a resolution on Friday, but the gridlock it created has resulted in hundreds of millions of lost dollars and delays in shipments of everything from avocados to automobile parts that will have a longer-term impact.