Oscars 2021: Who's up, who's down, and where you can watch this year's contenders Oscars 2021: Who's up, who's down, and where you can watch this year's contenders

The long march to Oscar night is already heating up. Here's who's soaring (Sacha Baron Cohen) and sinking (Tom Holland) in this year's race.       

yesterday, 15:35
US bombs Syria facilities used by Iran-backed militia; first airstrikes under Biden US bombs Syria facilities used by Iran-backed militia; first airstrikes under Biden

U.S. airstrikes targeted "Shia militants that conducted the strikes," referring to a Feb. 15 rocket attack in Iraq that killed one civilian contractor and wounded a U.S. service member.       

yesterday, 3:28
Here's why 'Minari' is truly an American story, even if the Golden Globes disagree Here's why 'Minari' is truly an American story, even if the Golden Globes disagree

Lee Isaac Chung's awards-season sensation "Minari" is an authentically American story, even though the Golden Globe Awards consider it a foreign film.       

yesterday, 20:59
Biden's Syria airstrikes test US role as world's police, get bipartisan support - and criticism Biden's Syria airstrikes test US role as world's police, get bipartisan support - and criticism

Pentagon airstrikes against Iran-backed militias in Syria in response to a Feb. 15 attack in Iraq received both bipartisan praise — and criticism.       

yesterday, 19:53
Saudi Arabia's Mohammad Bin Salman complicit in Jamal Khashoggi's murder, US report says Saudi Arabia's Mohammad Bin Salman complicit in Jamal Khashoggi's murder, US report says

Saudi Arabia's crown prince and de facto ruler, Mohammad Bin Salman, likely approved an operation to kill or capture Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, according to a newly declassified U.S. intelligence report released Friday       

yesterday, 20:03
Hate crime charges in stabbing, teen harassed: New York City anti-Asian incidents highlight rise in hate Hate crime charges in stabbing, teen harassed: New York City anti-Asian incidents highlight rise in hate

Two incidents in New York highlight a rise in hate attacks on Asian Americans amid the pandemic.       

yesterday, 19:50
Best Buy expected to close even more stores in 2021 than usual as consumers buy more online Best Buy expected to close even more stores in 2021 than usual as consumers buy more online

Best Buy could close more stores than usual in 2021 as the shift to online shopping accelerates with people reluctant to venture inside amid COVID-19.      

yesterday, 3:35
'We can and should do more': Hotel industry announces $5 million, 5-year diversity plan 'We can and should do more': Hotel industry announces $5 million, 5-year diversity plan

The AHLA Foundation announced a $5 million, five-year commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion in the hotel and lodging industry.     

yesterday, 14:31
They met on Bumble. She claims he killed her dogs. Now she's speaking out to help others isolated amid COVID-19. They met on Bumble. She claims he killed her dogs. Now she's speaking out to help others isolated amid COVID-19.

Nearly a year after the first COVID-19 lockdown orders, survivors continue to be at high risk of domestic violence.       

yesterday, 15:29
Feeling unmotivated? Here are 12 ideas for sparking and maintaining motivation Feeling unmotivated? Here are 12 ideas for sparking and maintaining motivation

Lacking motivation in work or life in general during the coronavirus pandemic? Here are 12 tips you can try out.     

yesterday, 18:02