Bill Ackman accuses Harvard, MIT, and UPenn's presidents of believing that 'genocide depends on the context': 'They must all resign in disgrace'
"If a CEO of one of our companies gave a similar answer, he or she would be toast within the hour," Ackman wrote on X.
A swanky 10,000 square-foot home in San Francisco just lost half of its $20 million value in 3 years
The six-floor duplex, with a five-car garage, a $1 million chandelier, an elevator, and eight bathrooms was sold in November for $10 million.
'Visit anytime!' NY attorney general and Trump fraud-trial judge get open invite to tour all '$1B' of Mar-a-Lago
In strange testimony Tuesday, a witness for Trump asked the judge and AG to see for themselves why MAL is worth $1B.
Meta's top AI scientist reportedly warned Mark Zuckerberg that Facebook and Instagram could go extinct if they didn't catch up with ChatGPT
Facebook and Instagram could cease to exist if Meta didn't catch up to ChatGPT, its chief AI scientist reportedly warned Mark Zuckerberg. He listened.
Israel's war with Hamas shows why even 50 years of upgrades can't make tanks invulnerable
Israel's tank losses to Hamas, just like tank losses 50 years ago or in Ukraine now, stoke renewed debate about the role of tanks in modern warfare.
How to use SSI, SSDI, or other disability benefits to qualify for a mortgage
It's possible to buy a home using disability income, but you'll also need to meet your mortgage lender's credit requirements. Here's what you should know.
Liz Cheney says some Freedom Caucus members were 'upset' when she tweeted a photo of her father, Dick Cheney, wearing a mask at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic
The former Congresswoman brought up the incident to highlight some of the issues that she had with the group during her tenure in Congress.
Elon Musk heats up the AI wars. He's seeking $1 billion for xAI.
Elon Musk's search for new funding comes as a flood of money is rushing into AI. Want to invest? It's a minimum of $2 million.
Photos offer an up-close look at how Ukrainian soldiers rig their drones with deadly explosives
Ukraine has shown astonishing precision with its drones, flying them into open hatches of Russian tanks and dropping bombs on unsuspecting troops.
Spotify's former podcast boss calls out the company for setting 'money on fire' with costly celeb deals
Lydia Polgreen, a former Gimlet Media exec, slammed Spotify's Heavyweight and Stolen cancellations.
Liz Cheney says Nancy Pelosi didn't care about any of the bad things she said about Pelosi before she appointed Cheney to the Jan. 6 committee
The former congresswoman wrote in her book it was clear they had major differences. Still her relationship with Pelosi became "indispensable."
Thanks to AI, junior employees at major firms are spending less time prepping paperwork and more time pitching clients
Consulting and law firms are reportedly turning to AI to handle monotonous tasks. This frees up time for junior workers and allows them to get ahead.
You can get a mortgage with only Social Security income, as long as your finances are strong overall
You can get a mortgage if your only income is Social Security, but you'll have to meet the lender's credit, debt, and down payment requirements. Find out if you qualify.
Liz Cheney says Jim Jordan asked her to join the Freedom Caucus by pitching that the group needed a woman
Cheney, whose conservative pedigree was well-known when she ran for office, didn't feel compelled to join the Freedom Caucus after her 2016 election.
US submarines are getting new long-range ship-killer missiles as China's large navy keeps getting bigger
The Maritime Strike version of the Tomahawk will be fielded next fall. It includes a new guidance system to engage mobile targets at sea.
Here is one really great sentence about Taylor Swift after she got No. 5 on a 'Most Powerful Women' list
Taylor Swift comes in at No. 5 on a new Forbes list of the world's most powerful women. Chef's kiss to a sentence that announces the No. 1.
Penguins arguing, a sleepy polar bear, and a happy turtle are in the running for wildlife photo of the year, and you can vote on them
The Natural History Museum, London, released 25 photos for Wildlife Photographer of the Year that you can vote on and see exhibited at the museum.
People are moving to Canada dreaming of a utopia with free healthcare and more tolerance. But the reality is Canada has its own set of problems.
Americans Google "moving to Canada" after polarizing events. Two people who actually moved break down the clear benefits and lingering challenges.
The feds are going to use Trump's tweets dating back to 2012 that baselessly claimed election fraud against him
According to a new court filing, special counsel Jack Smith plans to use Trump's old tweets as evidence in the former president's trial.
The Ukrainian sniper team claiming the world's longest kill shot described how they shot a Russian officer from over 2 miles away
The sniper team used a laser and had to factor in wind, humidity, and air temperature to make the record-setting shot.
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