Brittany Commisso was formerly identified in New York Attorney General Letitia James' report as "Executive Assistant #1."
The Wall Street investment banking chief executive addresses concerns that the company will be the first full foreign owner of a Chinese brokerage firm.
The Delta variant is currently driving a surge of COVID-19 in the US in areas with low vaccination rates. A worse variant could emerge, Fauci said.
Sebastian Yurtseven made the eerie Nazi discovery while he was cleaning up his aunt's home and pulled a rotted piece of plasterboard away.
Consulting firm McKinsey is out with its annual summer reading list. We've rounded up 5 titles suggested by Wall Street and corporate America execs.
Children aged 12 to 17 who get their first COVID-19 vaccine doses at specified sites could get AirPods and a chance to win a $25,000 scholarship.
The sheepshead fish, also known as a convict fish, inhabits the waters on the US Atlantic coast, is good to eat, say anglers.
The ongoing surge of COVID-19 is being driven by the spread of the Delta variant among unvaccinated Americans, Fauci said Sunday.
A group of Jewish teenagers, who were barred from a flight Thursday, were asked to leave a second New York flight on Friday morning.
A proposed crypto tax has VCs, tech orgs, and trading firms worried. It would be a "stunning loss," an Andreessen Horowitz spokesperson told Insider.
Donald Smith's coworkers told the FBI he bragged about entering House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's office one day after the January 6 Capitol riot.
Italy is hoping the recently excavated site of an ancient diner in Pompeii will draw in summer tourists when it opens on August 12.
"Let's get this pandemic under control before we start acting like nothing is going on," Dr. Fauci said on NBC's "Meet the Press" on Sunday.
US officials are working to push the vaccine and stress its safety amid continued vaccine hesitancy among some Americans.
In a court filing, Southwest Airlines sought info about Kiwi's relationship with Skiplagged. Kiwi said it was a distraction technique.
Paul Drake from West Lothian, Scotland, said he was getting ready to work when he was struck by a "niggling feeling" to check his Lucky Dip numbers.
"I messed up big time, guys. I didn't get the vaccine," Travis Campbell said through labored breathing in a Facebook video post.
Every day, an army of medical professionals in Florida goes to battle with the coronavirus pandemic. After a year, the fight is taking its toll.
The typical Amazon customer buys just one or two items per transaction, and they make 74 purchases per year for an annual expense of $2,591.
As New York City reopens, Sabir Sultan, events director at Strand Bookstore, discussed the highs and lows of online book events.
A Burgerville branch in Lents, Portland, will temporarily close its doors, citing crime and vandalism around the storefront.
Podcast host Joe Rogan said "the problem with applauding vaccine passports" is that politicians "are not going to give that power up."
The airline wants to charge less than competitors while offering the opportunity to add an Alaskan getaway to Asia.
The brothers were lighting candles for their late brother, who died a week earlier when the tragedy happened in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Breeze's cheap fares are attractive but extra fees can make flying on the airline just as expensive as a traditional carrier. Here's how to avoid them.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki said vaccination rates, not expiring unemployment benefits, drove better-than-expected July job growth.
Thousands of people and organizations have asked Apple to rethink its image scans for child sexual abuse material.
A statement posted to the group's official Facebook page announced that Thomas "passed away peacefully in his sleep" on August 7.
The Proud Boys were guarding the event hosted by controversial pastor Artur Pawlowski, known for anti-LGBT and anti-COVID safety views.
Gravity Payments' Dan Price told Insider about how his company changed after he raised the minimum wage to $70,000.
Stockholm-based startup Lifvs launched in 2018 and now has unstaffed, always-open micro-grocery stores across rural Sweden.
John Eyers, 42, who ran triathlons and was a mountain climber, did not get the COVID-19 vaccine because he "felt that he would be ok."
A judge on Thursday threw out a trademark case brought by Oatly against PureOaty, a local rival made by Glebe Farm Foods.
The advert, broadcast in Spain, an effeminate, flirty man transforms into a bearded one with a deep voice has been criticized for being homophobic.
Three lives have been taken by bears in three months in Western Canada, with experts saying it could be due to people going to the wild more.
With the emergence of the highly contagious delta variant, contract tracing found dozens of coronavirus cases originated from two July music festivals.
Police surrounded the house with guns drawn and arrested the men, both of whom said they believe they were racially profiled.
An ex-Tesla employee alleged that the N-word was "commonplace and tolerated," and that the workplace was vandalized with swastikas and hate symbols.
A conservation officer took an interest in the 1978 disappearance of Alberta Leeman, and began searching for her in 2018.
Jamie Spears continues to accuse Jodi Montgomery, the personal conservator of Britney Spears, of controlling Britney's medical treatment and personal life.
Travelers from the United States visiting Canada will have to provide proof they've been vaccinated.
Because birth certificates have been used to discriminate against marginalized communities, the association recommended removing sex markers.
"I'm not slowing the bill down," Sen. Bill Hagerty told Insider. He's refusing to fast-track the bipartisan $1.2 trillion infrastructure bill.
The owner of Yo Transportation, Charlie Bullington, told local news he checks customer's vaccinated status before giving them a ride.
The former congressman from Virginia has been an outspoken Trump critic, calling the former president's claims of a stolen election a "massive grift."
The data cited by the TEA to decide against mandating contact tracing came from an era when many students were not attending in-person classes
Marquis Davis, 28, was hospitalized after catching COVID-19. "He said, 'Bae, I'm going to get the vaccine when I get out of here,'" Davis's wife said.
Nearly two dozen Democrats in the Texas House of Representatives sued the Republican state leaders over their latest effort to bring them back.
Dutch police were called to escort the teenagers off their flight to New York at Amsterdam after they refused to put their kosher food away.
Health officials on Wednesday said positive COVID-19 cases in South Dakota jumped by about 68% just in the last week.
The donations have helped Dasha Kelly pay off her lease, get a new car to travel to work, and invest in her three daughters' futures.
Amazon announced new lottery contest with six-figure cash prizes is open to its warehouse and frontline workers who can prove they are vaccinated.
Elon Musk's SpaceX stacked a Starship prototype rocket atop a Super Heavy rocket booster for the first time on Friday.
More than 1,300 people had to be transferred to safety by boats as fires continue to engulf the island of Evia in Greece.
In descending order, the five states with the lowest vaccination rates are Alabama, Louisiana, Wyoming, Idaho, and Mississippi.
Lyme disease cases are skyrocketing year after year, and its symptoms can range from mild to devastating. An expert shares how to prevent it.
To get rid of persisting Lyme disease symptoms, patients sometimes pay as much as $100,000 for controversial treatments not covered by insurance.
Hospitalizations are also surging to their rate from the end of January before vaccines were widely available.
Trump and the GOP refunded millions to donors in the first half of the year after using the controversial fundraising tactic, per The New York Times.
After contracting the virus, friends said Dick Farrel texted them and urged them to get the vaccine.
Newsmax's Mike Carter took to the streets of New York City to protest Fox News' decision over ads for MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell's voter-fraud event.
Four young campers at Camp Lenox in Berkshire County, Massachusetts, stumbled upon the grisly find, according to reports.
Road tripping in the 2021 Ford Mustang Mach-E almost left me stranded. But I came home convinced that charging and range anxiety are no big deal.
I moved from San Francisco to Texas and now work fully remote. My first day in a WeWork showed me how much I missed the office - at least sometimes.
Insider spoke with three people who received unauthorized booster shots in the US, and one who received an authorized booster in Israel.
Thessalonica Allen, 34, reportedly asked her children to help carry her husband's corpse into the trunk of her car.
Elon Musk's Boring Company has been in talks with Austin and San Antonio officials about digging tunnels in the cities, a local report said.
Ksenia Ovchinnikova said she was trying to abstain from eating meat when she spotted a McDonald's burger ad, which made her give in to temptation.
A 414-foot superyacht built for Microsoft cofounder Paul Allen sold to a mystery buyer after being listed for about $278 million,
One of the Trump card designs features a right-facing eagle, which critics say resembles Adolf Hitler's Reichsadler.
A plane passenger from Oregon was asked to wear a face mask when he got agitated and hit the flight attendant upon landing in Florida, according to police.
The Dixie Fire, currently ranked as the third-largest fire in California history, engulfed a small town with buildings dating prior to the Gold Rush.
The majority of Obama's former administration staffers, including top adviser David Axelrod, also got the axe, the Times reported.
A red tide has washed up 3 million pounds of dead fish on Florida's shores. Tampa Bay restaurants, oyster farms, and fishing charters are suffering.
At least 20 different types of items went missing during the transition from the Trump to Biden administrations, Politico reported.
Warehouse and logistics employees will be expected to wear masks to work starting Monday as the COVID-19 delta variant spreads across the US.
The FTC warned Facebook against invoking privacy or the agency itself "as a pretext to other aims."
An airport official told reporters at the scene that someone had tweeted "that there was a bomb on the next Delta flight outbound."
The FDA is soon expected to review new data from the CDC that supports the use of additional vaccine shots for those with weakened immune systems, The Washington Post reported Friday.
"Who's freer?" Carlson said while fawning over Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán. "If you're an American, the answer is painful to admit."
Ahead of the company's peak holiday shopping season, the biggest employer in the US is trying to incentivize its workers with extra money.
Fully vaccinated people are more likely to report loss of smell. Unvaccinated people are more likely to report fevers.
Christine Chandler faces an incest charge. Here's a timeline of the allegations, which originated with messages on online forums years ago.
This year's fall menu will debut on August 24, according to workers and an internal document viewed by Insider.
Social media users whose flights were canceled by Spirit said they were sent a $50 travel voucher from the airline but have yet to receive refunds.
The drone was packed with explosives and "rigged to cause injury and destruction," US military experts determined.
Walker Hayes' hit song, "Fancy Like," has spawned a TikTok trend and is drawing customers back to Applebee's.
Cyrus Shahpar, the White House's COVID-19 data director, said the newly vaccinated seven-day average was up 11% from last week and 44% over two weeks.
When Obama wore a tan suit in 2014 a Republican congressman said it sent the wrong message to ISIS, and a Fox Business host called it "shocking."
Tesla's Model S Plaid may be the fastest production car, but Biden is more interested in being first to drive the first union-made electric Corvette.
Experts say the pandemic has pushed rental stress to record highs.
The CEO detailed his EV road trip. It was "anything but a premium experience," he said, pointing to a major advantage Tesla has over other automakers.
The 2,400-acre luxury housing community in Palm Beach, Florida is called Panther National, and all homes will come with Tesla's energy products.
Six out of every ten Australians would be 'tricked' by a lineup of plant-based meat alternatives, the nation's largest livestock, poultry, and fishing industry groups say.
"Employees have probably more strength than they've had in a number of years," says Jason Probst of the Kansas House of Representatives.
During the peak of the meltdown, Spirit Airlines announced that employee shifts would require "mandatory overtime due to irregular operations."
Borrowers are under increasing pressure to service million-dollar debts.
Starlink's download speed and latency are close to matching those of regular broadband providers, according to a Speedtest report.
Motorcycle giant Yamaha plans to sell the devices, which change the sounds EVs make, to luxury electric sports vehicle makers, Bloomberg reported.
Expect the military officials who commanded the war in Afghanistan to invoke "cutting and running." Let's talk about why they failed.