Gonzaga star freshman guard Jalen Suggs declares for the NBA draft Gonzaga star freshman guard Jalen Suggs declares for the NBA draft

After a stellar freshman year in which he converted a game-winning buzzer-beater in the Final Four, Gonzaga's Jalen Suggs will enter the NBA draft.       

yesterday, 22:37
US reporting more than 400K cases per week; State Department to raise travel alert level to most countries: Live COVID-19 updates US reporting more than 400K cases per week; State Department to raise travel alert level to most countries: Live COVID-19 updates

Even as the U.S. and other countries press ahead with their COVID-19 vaccination programs, infections are increasing globally. Latest COVID news.       

today, 10:00
Martha Stewart, Jaleel White and more promote cannabis use: Experts weigh in on THC vs. CBD Martha Stewart, Jaleel White and more promote cannabis use: Experts weigh in on THC vs. CBD

Celebrities are joining the cannabis industry with CBD and THC brands, experts reveal how these products work and why hot names are getting involved.     

today, 14:56
Procter & Gamble to raises prices on baby care, feminine care and adult incontinence products Procter & Gamble to raises prices on baby care, feminine care and adult incontinence products

Procter & Gamble said it would raise prices between 5 to 9% on baby care, feminine care and adult incontinence products in the U.S.      

today, 14:17
In California: COVID-19 cases down 25%, and no masks required during Oscars In California: COVID-19 cases down 25%, and no masks required during Oscars

Plus: What to do with your COVID-19 vaccination card. A staffing crisis hits San Francisco restaurants. And a tiny town will cut water use by 74%.       

today, 3:52
Scott Rudin says he's 'stepping back' from film, streaming work amid bullying allegations Scott Rudin says he's 'stepping back' from film, streaming work amid bullying allegations

Days after stepping back from his Broadway shows, embattled producer Scott Rudin announces he's doing the same with film and streaming work.       

today, 19:59
How to address gender-related pay disparities: Ask HR How to address gender-related pay disparities: Ask HR

Nearly 1 in 5 U.S. workers say they don't trust that their employer pays people equally for equal work, regardless of gender, race, or ethnicity.     

today, 15:08
Biden administration: US must catch up to China on renewable energy to create jobs Biden administration: US must catch up to China on renewable energy to create jobs

China holds "a third of the world's renewable energy patents. If we don't catch up, America will ... lose out on countless jobs," Blinken says.     

yesterday, 21:49
Sen. Schumer to introduce COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act Sen. Schumer to introduce COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act

Sen. Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Monday dared his colleagues in the Senate to vote against the COVID-19 Hate Crimes Act. "If they do, shame on them," Schumer said during a press conference in New York City. (April 19)      

yesterday, 21:57
Assault or reasonable policing? Derek Chauvin murder trial closing statements Assault or reasonable policing? Derek Chauvin murder trial closing statements

The jury started deliberating in Derek Chauvin's murder trial, who faces three charges in the death of George Floyd.       

today, 1:59