The ban, introduced to safeguard personal data from the Chinese Communist Party, was due to take effect on Jan. 1.

The judge ruled that euthanasia was the same a suicide under the natural meaning of the law.

“I’m voting for Trump. And if they convict him, I will send him the max donations and I will lead protests.”

Certain foods and hidden ingredients prevalent in our diets may contribute to heart disease—avoiding them can add up to much more than an ounce of prevention.

An FBI employee’s vehicle was carjacked near Capitol Hill in Washington on Nov. 29, according to officials, marking the latest incident to take place in the nation’s capital as it continues to battle soaring crime. According to the Metropolitan Police Department, officers responded to the armed carjacking incident in the 100 block of 12th Street […]

‘This is going to be a debate for the future of this country,’ DeSantis campaign spokesperson tells The Epoch Times.

Inflation is still up year on year, with analysts predicting the Reserve Bank of Australia will keep rates on hold.

New York drivers who renewed their licenses during part of the coronavirus pandemic face license suspensions on Friday if they don’t submit vision tests

The administration has canceled $127 billion in student debt with hopes to expand those efforts via regulation.

Facebook and Instagram parent company Meta routinely ignores reports of underage users on its platforms and has “coveted and pursued” the underage Instagram user demographic for years, according to a newly redacted complaint accompanying a lawsuit filed in October by the attorneys general of 33 states. The complaint is part of a wider federal lawsuit

Emerging evidence reveals that the far-reaching consequences of pandemic lockdowns include a decline of cognitive function and memory in older adults.

The “Dirty Jobs” host says society must rethink its perceptions of higher education and skilled trades to address the current labor shortage.

The feature, which can be exploited by predators, comes turned on by default, but can be disabled.

LONDON—The U.S. dollar began the last week of November on the back foot and was on track for its biggest monthly drop in a year as traders eyed fresh economic cues in the week ahead to determine the future path of policy rates. A postponed OPEC+ meeting, the release of the Federal Reserve’s tracked measure […]