The former Prime Minister of Japan, Shinzo Abe, was shot and killed while campaigning in Nara, Japan.Go deeper →
President Biden signed an executive order this morning hoping to help protect access to abortions, contraception, and reproductive care in the wake of the reversal of Roe v. Wade.Go deeper →
An investigation into WWE's Vince McMahon has revealed he agreed to pay $12 million to four women who worked for him at the wrestling entertainment company.Go deeper →
Justice Brett Kavanaugh's dinner at Morton's restaurant was interrupted by protestors, forcing him to leave the restaurant before dessert.
Wisconsin's highest court ruled that absentee ballot drop boxes must be placed in election offices, restricting the number of places where voters can drop their absentee ballots and vote by mail.
Actor Larry Storch, best known for his comedic role on \"F Troop,\" passed away today at the age of 99 years old.
A Doordash glitch last night allowed users to check out without providing payment, sparking social media users to show off the expensive purchases of alcohol and contraceptives they managed to score for free. The company also revealed they had formed a political action committee to expand their influence in Washington.
The special committee investigating the Capitol Riots will interview Trump White House Counsel Pat Cipollone today in an effort to determine the former president's involvement with the riot.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has opened a special probe into two fatal crashes in California and Florida.Go deeper →
The Washington Post reported earlier today that Elon Musk's deal to buy Twitter is at risk, setting up a complicated legal fight between the social media company and the bizarre billionaire. By this afternoon, Musk had announced he was officially throwing in the Twitter towel.Go deeper →
A state judge lifted a temporary ban on the state's trigger laws, effectively banning abortions in Louisiana. Louisiana residents can no longer access abortion services unless in extreme medical cases.
The U.S. House Oversight Committee sent letters today asking for information about data storage and privacy policies to period and fertility tracking apps, Flo Health, Glow, GP International, Clue developer BioWink and Digitalchemy Ventures. They also sent letters to data brokers, SafeGraph, Babel Street, Digital Envoy, Placer.ai and Gravy Analytics. The information will help inform the committee on how best to author legislation to protect data privacy in the post-Roe era.
The 9-year-old daughter of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, North West, held up a handwritten sign saying STOP at photographers during the Jean Paul Gaultier Haute Couture Fall Winter 2022/2023 show on Wednesday. Today, Kim Kardashian told the press that her daughter was fed up with the photos and wanted the photographers to focus on the show.
Elon Musk filed the paperwork with the SEC this afternoon, alerting the agency he was withdrawing from the $44 billion deal to buy Twitter over misleading data and disagreements with Twitter policies.
The fourth Captain America movie has found itself a director. Julius Onah of \"The Cloverfield Paradox\" will direct the latest installment of the Marvel mega-hit.
Singer Ciara dropped a new song, Jump, accompanied by a music video today, and it's an early contender for the song of the summer.
Beyoncé joins the ranks of Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson to have at least 20 top-10 titles on the charts as a solo artist. She is the first woman to achieve the feat with her latest single, \"Break My Soul.\"
Twitter responded to Elon Musk pulling out of the binding merger agreement by saying they intend to sue him. In a statement, Twitter said, \"The Twitter Board is committed to closing the transaction on the price and terms agreed upon with Mr. Musk and plans to pursue legal action to enforce the merger agreement.\"
Tony Sirico, best known for his role as Paulie Walnuts in the hit, The Sopranos, passed away at 79.