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As protests after George Floyd’s death continue, many are looking for ways to demand justice. From donations to petitions, here's how to take action.
These are the best Black Friday tech deals from Sky, Huawei, Samsung, Ring and more
The staff of The Verge reveal what music, artists, podcasts and videos they listen to while they work at home.
Looking to get a deal on Nintendo Switch Lites? These are the best January sales 2021 on gadgets from retailers including Argos, John Lewis, Very and more
The Amazon January sale has started. The New Year’s sale has deals on big brands like Apple, Shark and Nintendo and Echo Dot, tablets, and Fire TV sticks
The malls and grocery stores of the 20th century are being converted into industrial conveyor belts of goods and services traveling from the internet to your home.
Getting started with an audiobook is easy and some of your first audiobooks can be free. Here's what you need to know.
Did you follow all of the unicorn news from the last couple of weeks? No? Here’s a list of headlines to catch you up....
Thanksgiving Day has arrived, the CDC still recommends you don't travel, the NFL is now one game short and more news to start your Thursday.
Plugging into the art-world conversation while museums and galleries are closed.
Europe is struggling with a second surge of COVID-19 cases, and it may be worse than the first.
"The View" co-hosts Whoopi Goldberg, Abby Huntsman, Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, and Meghan McCain pick their favorite items of the year to give this holiday season.
“A Promised Land” is a potential lifeline for booksellers whose sales have plummeted during the pandemic.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo appeared on ABC's "This Week" and talked about the coronavirus, China and North Korea's Kim Jong Un.
In court hearings and opinions around the country, judges are voicing similar frustrations with the Trump campaign's legal filings, experts and courthouse veterans say.
With Joe Biden leading in electoral votes as counting progressed, President Trump claimed that the election was being stolen from him.
Tropical Storm Eta makes landfall in Florida, the Masters begins and more news to start your Thursday.
These are the key takeaways from former Vice President Joe Biden's town hall with ABC News Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos.
The coronavirus vaccine rollout began Monday as the first doses were given to hospital workers and other essential staff.
Incoming White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain joined ABC's "This Week" on Sunday for an exclusive interview.
COVID-19 vaccine trial participants and investigators in the Moderna, AstraZeneca and Janssen trials speak about distrust and disparities in minority communities.
The president says he will only sign it if Americans receive $2,000 payments.
As the coronavirus spread, a public servant tried to prepare her conservative community for the worst-case scenario. Now it’s here.
Joe Biden formally took the reins of the Democratic Party on Thursday night in his hometown of Wilmington, Delaware.
YouTube is taking more action against supremacy channels and hate speech
Attorney General Barr acknowledged that communities of color are often policed differently than white ones, calling the unfairness a “widespread phenomenon."
Kenneth Walker spoke to Louisville Metro Police hours after his girlfriend Breonna Taylor's death.
The Times said Apple News did not align with its strategy of building direct relationships with paying readers.
The Electoral College is set to cast votes for president and vice president on Monday -- marking another step toward enshrining President-elect Joe Biden's victory.
Music legend Lionel Richie shares a never-before-told story about the time ELizabeth Taylor and George Hamilton invited themselves to dinner.
The University of Arizona's president told ABC News that he'd heard from people that they were willing to take the risk in order to return to school.
‘I feel the need of a different time, released from other-imposed deadlines,’ says Alessandro Michele
The U.S. surpassed 11 million coronavirus cases Sunday as states across the nation continue to see a surge in new infections.
Jessica Simpson opens up about the moment she knew she had to get sober and accepting the sexual abuse she endured as a child during her appearance on "The View."
Rep. Katie Porter commented on her heated exchange with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin during her appearance on "The View" Friday, Dec. 11, 2020.
Zeno Media and NPR today announced an agreement to distribute 50+ NPR podcasts via zeno.fm and the Zeno Radio app
What's next for President Trump once he leaves the White House? And what's next for his business? And what's he being investigated for again? And by whom?We take a step back and break it all down with Andrea Bernstein, co-host of the WNYC & ProPublica podcast Trump, Inc., about Trump's finances, his mounting debt and how, after decades of bad business, he has always managed to find a way out.
Senate Republicans are poised to confirm Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court in a floor vote Monday.
President Trump on Monday fired Defense Secretary Mark Esper.
President-elect Joe Biden has proposed a robust plan to jump start housing construction and add new housing subsidies in the U.S.
Once again, California lawmakers tried and failed to pass legislation that would allow for more homes in single-family neighborhoods.
Longtime Jeffrey Epstein companion Ghislaine Maxwell is under investigation by authorities in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast (now on Twitter!), where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week, we’re doing a first-ever for the show and taking a deep dive into one specific sector: Edtech. Natasha Mascarenhas has covered educati…
The United States Postal Service warned the states that their absentee voting rules are “incongruous” with the agency’s mail delivery service.
President Donald Trump had a schedule packed with events and official government business in the week prior to his COVID-19 diagnosis.
The NAACP had called for her to step down.
Stop the Wildlife Trade: The renowned conservationist says we are putting economic growth ahead of environmental protections and destroying our children’s future
Small businesses, hit especially hard during the COVID-19 crisis, can use social media and digital ads to help promote their wares and services.
If your webcam's or laptop’s built-in microphone leaves you wanting, explains Whitson Gordon, an external USB microphone can make a huge difference
The personal finance expert says the experience, which resulted in emergency surgery for a tumor on her spinal cord, made her double down on her own financial advice. "Fear, shame and anger are the three things that keep you from having more," she says.
This week: New Beats earbuds, Studs holiday-inspired earrings, aprons from Hedley & Bennett and more.
As vaccines from Moderna, Pfizer and AstraZeneca/Oxford University head into the final stretch, a number of questions remain, including how the public will respond to their release.
Disney+ has taken a lightweight marketing gimmick and given it gravitas — and a real reason for fans to look forward to this date.
Arizona Democratic Senate candidate Mark Kelly apologized for a 2018 remark where he likened his brother's DNA changes to a monkey and renaming him "Rodrigo".
Unable to campaign, politicians are creating podcasts, hosting interviews and streaming live — all in the service of reaching voters during a pandemic.
Police in Indiana are investigating an incident from over the weekend in which a Black man was allegedly assaulted by a group of white men.
On Sept. 1, California's courts will begin processing eviction and foreclosure cases again. With a federal deal far from certain, all eyes are on Gov. Gavin Newsom and the state Legislature to come up with a fix.
Smartphones, laptops and gaming consoles remain at the top of holiday wish lists, but this year we at CNN Business are reflecting on the tech, services and apps that truly made a big impact on our everyday lives.
The latest updates on breaking news and events.
Service journalism has long provided reliable traffic for publishers. But news outlets have found it to be a particularly important source of reader engagement and advertiser interest amid the pandemic.
New York City public elementary schools will reopen in-person, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Sunday.
A Texas police officer has been charged with murder in the shooting death of a Black man in East Texas over the weekend.
Jamelle Bouie joins the podcast for a debate on reforming the highest court in the land.
National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Director Anthony Fauci confirmed Thursday that he will take his eventual coronavirus vaccine on camera to build trust in the science behind it.
Do we have enough bread crumbs to get to the truth?
President Trump turned American foreign policy inside out, to the benefit of some nations and consternation of others. Now both groups are watching attentively to see which direction the U.S. goes next.
Conservatives Helen Andrews and Daniel McCarthy join Ross for a reelection roundtable.
Working from home isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, and a slew of companies just announced longer-term initiatives to make their remote work practices either extend or permanent. That means for some it’s the perfect time to take their at-home videoconferencing setup even further, so we…
Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast (now on Twitter!), where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week wound up being incredibly busy. What else, with a week that included both the Airbnb and Affirm IPO filings, a host of mega-rounds for new un…
iOS 14 makes big changes to the iPhone experience — if you use them.
The WinAmp Portable Player even has a headphone jack.
It can connect to your phone and console at the same time.
Track your kids, for a price.
Like many homeless people, he said he relied on these public spaces to survive.
Alliance for Justice (AFJ), national association of 130 organizations dedicated to advancing justice and democracy, and Alliance for Justice Action Campaign (AFJAC), an affiliated advocacy organization, are seeking a new Director of Communications.
The license plate was "null," but the tickets were anything but.
A podcast episode on the recent protests increased staff complaints concerning the lack of diversity at his digital outlet, The Ringer.
The former vice president talks with Norah O'Donnell about the pandemic, taxes, the Supreme Court, and the "stark" differences between himself and President Trump. O'Donnell also speaks with Mr. Biden's running mate, California Senator Kamala Harris.
The mystery hijacker parachuted into the night with $200,000. Our obsession with the case says a lot about America, then and now.
This week's episode of Nerdcast
“When you’re there fully to think about a challenge you’re facing, you’d be shocked how many ideas you have.”
And a massive hack seizes the Twitter accounts belonging to Barack Obama, Joe Biden and others.
Chernin Entertainment gets first dibs on Spotify shows.
And changes recommendations through the day
Spotify today is introducing a new feature designed to make podcasts more interactive. The company says it’s beginning to test “Polls,” a tool that will allow listeners to engage with podcasts by answering questions posed by the podcast hosts during the show. The polls will appear…
Mohammed Kinani, whose nine year old son was killed by Blackwater contractors in 2007, spoke to ABC News of his dismay at the pardon of the perpetrators.
These words from Warren Buffett encouraged her to invest: "Try to be fearful when others are greedy and greedy only when others are fearful."
Entertainment professionals overseeing everything from streaming to podcasts and sports broadcasts took part in the virtual Variety Entertainment & Technology Summit presented by City National …
Parler brands itself as a "free speech" platform, and CEO John Matze has said there are "no fact checkers" on the app — but it can remove posts.
YouTube claims to be the world’s biggest jukebox — and now it wants to wring more ad dollars from the platform’s music fans. The video giant is launching 15-second audio ads, the first …
Getting to play Selena, one of the most popular Mexican American entertainers in modern times, was reason enough for Christian Serratos to take the titular role in Netflix’s new bio series “Selena.…
SPOILER ALERT: Do not read if you have not yet watched “Saved by the Bell,” streaming now on Peacock. School is officially back in session at Bayside High and while a few things may hav…
The latest research suggests that the news can shape us in surprising ways – from our perception of risk to the content of our dreams, to our chances of having a heart attack.
Personal finance podcasts are a great way to learn something new, and best of all, they're free. Here are the ones worth a listen in 2020.
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