Dan Bauman and his 10th grade daughter have reportedly been defying Broward County Schools' mask mandate since it was implemented earlier this month.
Moons pass between Jupiter and Earth all the time, but it's rare that three of them do it at once. The video also shows one moon eclipsing another.
Lawyers for Hearst and journalist Ryan Lizza didn't properly redact a court filing, shedding light on a dark money lawsuit from Rep. Nunes' family.
Prince, a Trump ally and founder Blackwater Worldwide, said he'll charge extra to transport passengers to the airport from their homes in Kabul.
TikTok users can now purchase items from sellers directly from videos and retailer profiles.
"It's my dream to see that little girl called Reach grow up and be a US citizen and fly United States fighters," said Gen. Tod D. Wolters.
The Starbucks workers say they want to represent the 20 stores in the area to have a voice in company decisions.
Companies are hoping to coax workers back to the office with things like beehives, rooftop vegetable plots, and hammocks, the New York Times reports.
"The Al Qaeda network will be invigorated globally, with significant ramifications across Africa, the Middle East, and parts of East Asia," on expert warned.
Gov. Greg Abbott's new executive order blocks governments from making COVID-19 vaccines mandatory, even if they're fully approved by the FDA.
The Biden administration likely to recommend COVID-19 vaccine boosters 6 months after your second dose instead of the previously recommended 8 months.
The attorney general texted Trump's defense lawyer and White House counsel about his performance in Trump's first impeachment trial.
Arizona Democrats filed a complaint with the state government that accuses Cyber Ninjas of running a sham "audit" for profit.
Kicking or pushing is standard practice for testing in the industry but has drawn complaints of "robot abuse."
The UN in an internal security document has outlined dozens of incidents of threats, looting, and violence against staff, Reuters reported.
Yelp has systems in place that can detect review-bombing attempts and keep them from being published to a business' Yelp page.
The lawsuit alleges that female Activision employees faced "constant sexual harassment," and the company's HR shredded evidence of those claims.
The officer was formally exonerated of wrongdoing in Babbitt's killing following an internal investigation, NBC News previously reported.
Aleksei Navalny was arrested in January after returning to Moscow from Germany, where he received treatment after a near-fatal poisoning.
Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastian has understandably seemed to want to distance his company from the highly contagious coronavirus variant.
Sex workers said they feel frustrated by OnlyFans and other tech platforms for censoring adult content: "We are human beings with lives and families."
Most of Afghanistan's roughly $9.5 billion in assets were frozen by the US last week after the Taliban swiftly took control of the country.
Australia's supermarket giants say they are capable of handling the challenges posed by the Delta variant of COVID-19, as a mounting number of exposure sites forces staff into self-isolation across the board.
"If I lose my district, we'll take a look then," the Republican lawmaker told Politico. "But I'm not too freaked out."
Experts say it's unlikely the US and its allies will be able to evacuate everyone eligible by the US military's August 31 withdrawal deadline.
"We obviously are not encouraging VIP visits to a very tense dangerous and dynamic situation at the airport," Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby said.
Some staff at The National Trust start early and have a long lunch - so-called "Mediterranean working hours" - to avoid the middle of the day.
A key measure of Afterpay’s earnings fell due to higher marketing costs and investment, as the company seeks to ramp up its global expansion.
Two dozen California students are currently stranded in Afghanistan, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported. The school district notified parents through a text.
Harris is traveling in Southeast Asia this week as part of the Biden administration's broader effort to curb China's expanding global influence.
Hochul said the new tally would increase transparency after Gov. Andrew Cuomo was accused of covering up COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes.
Mike Lindell and his pillow company are the targets of a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit from Dominion over election conspiracy theories.
President Joe Biden has set an August 31 deadline to finish evacuations from Afghanistan as the US pulls out following the Taliban's takeover.
The Tesla Model S has an EPA-estimated range of 405 miles. Lucid claims the Air can go up to 517 miles on a full battery.
In filings ahead of its IPO, the eyewear startup said the rising use of screens has led to more people needing vision correction.
Delta Air Lines announced new requirements for employees, including rules on masks, testing, and vaccines on Wednesday.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission said a lack of seagrass has led to malnutrition among manatees.
Data show vaccinated mothers can transmit antibodies to their babies, Broward Health Medical Center ICU Dr. Sunil Kumar said.
The content-subscription site backtracked on its decision to pivot away from the sexually-explicit content that made it popular.
Virtual workspaces don't do anything to make working any better. Companies will just use them to make sure you're working nonstop.
11 Uber and Lyft drivers have died this year during 124 carjacking incidents, according to a report by The Markup.
The Boring Company wants to dig a tunnel from South Padre Island, where some SpaceX staff live, to Boca Chica, a country official told The Herald.
Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine got full FDA approval on Monday, including of its official name, Comirnaty - a combination of several words.
Johnson & Johnson says it will submit the data to the FDA and meet with officials to discuss giving a COVID-19 booster shot after eight months.
OnlyFans had planned to ban sexually explicit conduct starting October 1, but many of users criticized the change.
The Transport Workers Union (TWU) is looking at bringing its fight to Linfox and its subsidiary Bevchain as it escalates threats of industrial action against logistics companies.
Goldman said in a memo to staff, seen by The NYT, that it would require clients and staff to be fully vaccinated before entering US offices.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has announced an expansion of the federal loan scheme that will make it easier for small businesses impacted by lockdowns to access government support.
The two companies updated their policies on Tuesday, joining Norwegian Cruise Lines, MSC, and Carnival in adding the public health measure.
The UK is testing trucks that are two meters longer than standard, and can carry more goods, amid a crippling shortage of truckers.
In the FAA video, a pilot is heard declaring an emergency before telling the control room that an unruly passenger had been restrained.
Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has launched a new public appeal for the states to uphold a four-step plan out of COVID-19 lockdowns.
SpaceX COO Gwynne Shotwell said the company would "make sure hospitals have the liquid oxygen they need" to treat COVID-19 patients.
Scientists cautioned that most vaccinated people with COVID-19 still carried infectious virus particles.
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Influencers posting photos showing they got vaccinated are facing backlash online, at the same time as a growing number of Australian influencers share anti-vax content on their platforms.
In an August 24 statement, Trump asked people to imagine "how many terrorists" were "airlifted out of Afghanistan" and into neighborhoods worldwide.
Investigators from multiple agencies are working together to discern how the man got the ballots and what he intended to do with them.
The Trump administration sought to discourage asylum claims by rejecting more than 60,000 applications for new, pedantic reasons, prompting a lawsuit.
"Anyone who has an American citizen who they are looking to help get out ... send them to me directly," she told reporters.
Pennsylvania will no longer consider incarcerated people to be "residents" in the predominantly white, rural counties where state prisons are located.
"I've asked the Pentagon and the State Department for contingency plans to adjust the timetable, should that be necessary," Biden said.
Until Afghanistan "gets its independence, I will be here," a 16-year-old Afghan boy, who recently arrived in the US, told Insider.
Biden's address to the nation comes as the Taliban said on Tuesday that Afghans would not be allowed to reach the Kabul airport.
The "consequences" the Taliban threatened if the US doesn't pull troops out by August 31 could mean conflict on the ground.
Dominion CEO John Poulos told The New York Times he yelled so loudly that his wife and two children came to check on him.
Hawaii's governor urged tourists to postpone travel plans to the islands, following Maui mayor's plea for airlines to limit seats to tourists.
Aryana Sayeed and her fiancé made it to Los Angeles and told Access Hollywood she's still in contact with friends and family stuck in Afghanistan.
Prosecutors allege Avenatti stole settlement money from clients to cover losses at his law firm and finance his lifestyle.
Zumper reports that while median one-bedroom rent in San Francisco has risen this year, it's up only 4.5% compared to New York's 19.6% jump.
A new wave of cards allow Australians to spend cryptocurrencies in stores and online, but users could find themselves with a huge tax bill.
All new drivers are eligible for the bonus, while those with a year of experience and a hazmat endorsement can get up to $20,000.
A scorching hot market for used vehicles means people can turn a quick profit by flipping their off-lease cars.
OnlyFans CEO Tim Stokely said wariness from investors did not influence his decision to ban porn, and insisted banks were to blame.
Baristas told Insider that ingredients have been arriving for weeks ahead of the relaunch.
Young summer workers heading back to college are putting additional pressure on the hiring crisis as businesses struggle to attract workers.
Some have used the speed of the Afghan government's fall to argue that the US withdrawal was a mistake, but just the opposite is true.
States across the country are facing a looming nursing shortage as nurses struggle with burnout and fear of getting infected as COVID cases rise.
Families are expected to spend $71 billion this year, shelling out for electronics and dorm furnishings - even creating wedding-style gift registries.
"We are asking the American please change your policy and don't encourage Afghans to leave," Taliban spokesperson Zabihullah Mujahid said.
From task management to client communications, migrating to the cloud has the potential to increase productivity, minimise expenses, and deliver ESG (environmental, social and governance) performance and targets — a win for all businesses.
The Vice President's arrival in Hanoi, Vietnam was delayed after the US Embassy received reports of an 'anomalous health incident.'
The armed resistance by local militias represented the first pushback against Taliban rule since the fall of Kabul earlier this month.
The two Chick-fil-A restaurants in Decatur, northern Alabama, will be opening for eight hours fewer each week because of "extremely short staffing."
"We can get herd immunity really easily if we get everybody vaccinated," Dr. Anthony Fauci said during an interview on MSNBC Tuesday.
The pandemic worsened housing inequality. While Americans are being pushed out of their homes, politicians continue to do nothing about it.
The pay increase is the largest it's been in years, but it only scratches the surface of the massive changes the industry has seen this past year.
Netflix cofounder and serial entrepreneur Marc Randolph said successful founders think less, act more, and don't wait for good ideas.
Delivery platforms and fast food brands have spent millions on advertising as they capitalise on lockdowns.
Elon Musk said Tesla's partially automated full self driving (FSD) was "not great" - but that he'd tested the next version, and it was better.
A New Zealand government minister said Sunday that the Delta variant raised "big questions" about the country's COVID-19 "elimination" plans.
Experts say adding apple-flavored menu items is a way for chains to keep fall menus fresh while keeping the classics, like pumpkin spice.
At least 90 million Americans have yet to be vaccinated against COVID-19. More than 201,000,000 Americans have gotten at least one dose of vaccine.
The Starlink dishes, which connect to SpaceX's network of 1,650 internet satellites, are part of a $499 kit users get when they sign up.
BlackRock has funneled more than $100 million into Australian electric vehicle charging firm Jolt, boosting the company's goal of providing 5,000 charging sites nationwide by 2030.
Airbnb says it will match Afghan refugees with hosts offering their homes for free or at a discounted rate, with all costs covered.
Vaccines protect against severe COVID-19 infections. The vast majority of coronavirus patients in hospitals have been in unvaccinated people.
"If you're on unemployment and can't find a job, call us; we'll hire you," Dave's Pizza said in an unusual job posting on Facebook.
The Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft CEOs will talk cybersecurity with Biden, per Bloomberg's sources. Google's Sundar Pichai is invited, a source said.
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