According to Pinterest, a “Great Reboot” is under way this year, as retailers race to revamp their businesses to emphasize digital. But for the platform, it’s more than a reset, it’s an opportunity to expand its advertising and extend its
The stalemate between Donald Trump and congressional Democrats over funding for the border wall has been politically damaging for the president. Most Americans blame him for the longest government shutdown in history. Plus he has been put in a difficult
Dear Amy: After some false starts, our 20-year-old son is ready to go to college. He’s retaken some community college classes he originally failed, and gotten mostly A’s and B’s. He’s got a job, and this fall is planning to
TOKYO (Reuters) – Japanese Foreign Minister Toshimitsu Motegi said on Monday it was not true the government had decided to ease an entry ban, which was implemented to prevent the spread of the new coronavirus, for people from certain countries.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The United States is investigating and trying to get to the bottom of reports that Libya’s eastern-based commander Khalifa Haftar’s plane was in the Venezuelan capital Caracas last week, a senior U.S. official said on Thursday, as
LONDON (Reuters) – The United Kingdom now has Europe’s second-highest official death toll from the novel coronavirus pandemic, according to new figures on Wednesday that cover fatalities in all settings, including in nursing homes. Some 26,097 people died across the