A former executive of the blank-check acquisition vehicle that plans to take Donald Trump's social media company public sued to block the deal until he obtained a larger payout, according to a lawsuit docketed Thursday in Delaware. ARC Global Investments II, which is controlled by Patrick Orlando, said it was being short-changed the amount of stock it should receive in Digital World Acquisition Corp (DWAC) once it merged with the former president's Trump Media & Technology Group Corp. It asked the Delaware's Court of Chancery to expedite the case to resolve the stake prior to the March 22 vote by DWAC shareholders to approve the deal.
The pregnancy of a stingray living in a tank without male rays has stirred a sudden interest in parthenogenesis, a scientific term that essentially means virgin birth.
A simple equation helps explain the heated rally in bitcoin: more coins are being bought each day than new ones are being created.
The US House of Representatives on Thursday approved a stopgap measure to avert a damaging election-year government shutdown, extending funding for several key federal agencies past a weekend deadline.Five months into the fiscal year, Congress still has not approved the 12 annual spending bills that make up the federal budget, with deadlines of midnight on Friday night and March 8 to keep the lights on.
A former U.S. ambassador said Thursday he will plead guilty to charges of serving as a secret agent for communist Cuba going back decades, bringing an unexpectedly fast resolution to a case prosecutors described as one of the most brazen betrayals in the history of the U.S. foreign service. Manuel Rocha, 73, told a federal judge he would admit to federal counts of conspiring to act as an agent of a foreign government, charges that could land him behind bars for several years. “I am in agreement,” Rocha said when asked by U.S. District Court Judge Beth Bloom if he wished to change his plea to guilty.
New York's attorney general is investigating a wireless network outage that left thousands of AT&T and other consumers without mobile service.
Rough seas and high winds prompt NASA to delay launch of three-man one-woman crew to the International Space Station.
The Michigan Republican party has been locked in a months-long power struggle.
Passage of bill comes after congressional leaders from both parties announced agreement on Wednesday
Stephan Sterns, who was the last person to see Madeline Soto, was arrested for sexual battery and possession of child sexual abuse material.
Michael Fanone experienced political violence on Jan. 6, 2021. He's joining Courage for America to warn voters about it.
Former Tanzanian president Ali Hassan Mwinyi, who introduced multi-party democracy to the East African nation, died on Thursday aged 98, the presidency said."I extend my condolences and those of the people of Kenya to President Samia Suluhu Hassan and the people of the United Republic of Tanzania," Ruto said on X. - Multi-party democracy - Born on May 8, 1925 in the former British colony known as Tanganyika, Mwinyi moved to Zanzibar to study Islam.
Researchers say consistent evidence shows ultra-processed foods, like packaged snacks and soda, are associated with a higher risk for cancer, major heart and lung conditions, mental health disorders and more.
March will roar in like a lion for the West Coast, where the Sierra Nevada is about to be blasted by a multiday blizzard that begins Thursday night and will last until Sunday.
Elizabeth Franics, a 114-year-old Houston woman has become the oldest living person in the U.S., according to LongeviQuest, an organization that tracks human longevity across the globe.
Alabama lawmakers are rushing to address backlash to a State Supreme Court decision that found frozen embryos can be considered children under state law.
Viking Therapeutics is the center of attention after doubling estimated weight-loss rates in a recent drug trial.
United Nations investigators expect to receive shortly materials from Israel related to its accusations that staff with the U.N. Palestinian refugee agency took part in the Oct. 7 attacks by Hamas militants, a U.N. spokesman said on Thursday. The allegations became public five weeks ago when the U.N. Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA) announced it had fired some staff after Israel verbally provided the agency with information. Israel had accused 12 staffers, of which nine were fired, the U.N. later said.
Here's what you need to know before seeing 'Dune: Part Two,' the long awaited sequel to the first film in Denis Villeneuve's 'Dune' saga.
The projects are deemed critical to New York trying to reach 70 percent renewable energy sources by 2030, but the state has been struggling with how to reach those goals without overburdening utility customers.