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The future of electric mobility is expanding beyond cars and trucks as another eVTOL startup hits the public markets.
A $40 billion infusion of military and economic aid for Ukraine and its allies was on the cusp of Senate passage Thursday as both parties rallied behind America's latest, and quite possibly not last, financial salvo against Russia's invasion. Thursday's planned vote would give final congressional approval to the package, three weeks after President Joe Biden requested a smaller $33 billion version. The House approved it last week after beefing up its defense and humanitarian expenditures, and Senate passage was not in doubt, though a modest group of America First-minded Republicans was expected to vote “no.”
After trying a bunch of meal kit delivery services, Engadget editor Cherlynn Low dishes about why Daily Harvest is the one she stuck with for the long haul.
More Americans applied for jobless aid last week, but the total number of Americans collecting unemployment benefits is at a 53-year low. Applications for unemployment benefits rose by 21,000 to 218,000 for the week ending May 14, the Labor Department reported Thursday. The total number of Americans collecting jobless benefits for the week ending May 7 fell again from the previous week, to 1,317,000.
An appeals court in Fiji could soon determine the fate of a Russian-owned superyacht seized by U.S. authorities. Ukraine live updates.
The supermodel is expecting her third child, a baby boy
A Russian soldier facing the first war crimes trial since the start of the war in Ukraine testified Thursday that he shot a civilian on orders from two officers and pleaded for his victim's widow to forgive him. Sgt. Vadim Shishimarin told the court that the officer insisted that the Ukrainian man, who was speaking on his cellphone, could pinpoint their location to the Ukrainian forces. The 21-year-old sergeant could get life in prison if convicted of shooting the Ukrainian man in the head through an open car window in a village in the northeastern Sumy region on Feb. 28, four days into the Russian invasion.
Hollywood star Russell Crowe quizzed candidates for Bangkok's governor election campaign in a cameo television appearance on Thursday, almost a year after his tweets on visiting the capital delighted Thais.
Heard’s former make-up artist gave testimony about covering injuries on the ‘Aquaman’ star’s face before she went on Corden’s chat show
Little is known about the origins of Jews in Greece, but their presence dates back centuries and they were an "integral" part of ancient society, a new exhibit in Athens reveals.
Kids adopted from foster care often get new IDs, making it difficult to detect adoptions that fall apart, the PGA Championship is here: 5 Things podcast
The markets are being valued as if a recession is all but certain despite robust economic data, according to Goldman Sachs Chief U.S. Equity Strategist David Kostin.
London police said on Thursday they had completed their probe into the "Partygate" scandal rocking Boris Johnson's government, issuing a final wave of fines but no more for the prime minister.
Some verified users on Twitter have reported receiving a direct message claiming to be from the platform, asking for personal information.
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Working with a therapist can help you manage or improve your mental health. elenabs/iStock via Getty Images PlusSince ancient times, cultures across the world have understood that human suffering can have psychological causes. At its core, psychotherapy is working with another person to help identify and address emotional challenges that matter to you. It involves trying to understand the source of those problems and coming up with ways to tackle them head on. Some therapists may take a particul
Intermittent fasting could have an array of health benefits, but as of yet there are no long-term studies into its effects. neirfy/iStock via Getty Images PlusWhat if I told you all you need to do to lose weight is read a calendar and tell time? These are the basics for successfully following an intermittent fasting diet. Can it be that simple, though? Does it work? And what is the scientific basis for fasting? As a registered dietitian and expert in human nutrition and metabolism, I am frequent
Children participate in a water fight in Lake Ontario in Mississauga, Ontario, during a heat wave on June 5, 2021. Zou Zheng/Xinhua via Getty ImagesThe Great Lakes cover nearly 95,000 square miles (250,000 square kilometers) and hold over 20% of Earth’s surface fresh water. More than 30 million people in the U.S. and Canada rely on them for drinking water. The lakes support a multibillion-dollar maritime economy, and the lands around them provided many of the raw materials – timber, coal, iron –
Children born during the pandemic are at nearly twice the risk for developmental delays. Ariel Skelley / Getty ImagesTypically, about 1 in 6 children experience a developmental delay. But children born during the pandemic, a 2022 study has found, have nearly twice the risk of developmental delays in communication and social development compared to babies born prior to the pandemic. The reason, some researchers believe, is related to less interaction with other children, among other factors. Dela
There have been calls to charge and prosecute Russian President Vladimir Putin for war crimes in Ukraine. Beata Zawrzel/NurPhoto via Getty ImagesA 21-year-old Russian soldier pleaded guilty in a trial in Kyiv on May 18, 2022, for shooting a Ukrainian man in the head after Russia invaded Ukraine in late February 2022. It marked the first trial of a Russian soldier for the war in Ukraine, as allegations mount of Russia committing war crimes – a broad category under international law that includes