Anyone going through town can see new construction going up. One of those structures is a new fire station.
Lyft has partnered with ATA, a security and automation provider in North America, in order to reduce safety concerns in their rides.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed took office amid protests and, after a coalition, hurt one of the world’s fastest-growing economies.
Elon Musk, the founder and CEO of SpaceX, is planning on unveiling his newest design of the entirely reusable launch system tonight.
On Thursday, President Trump’s administration announced its plans of lowering the admittance cap of refugees admitted into the U.S. to 18,000 in the fiscal year of 2020.
Let’s face it when you’re looking for a job, it can be easy to get overwhelmed with the interview process.
On September 11, four U.S. Republican senators sent a letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, criticizing the social media bias against certain conservative views.
Apple announced their newest trio of smartphones, no longer is the iPhone X the big thing, it’s now all about the iPhone 11 and its slightly controversial cameras.
At the beginning of August, Coca-Cola ran advertisements which depicted same-sex couples and slogans like “Zero Sugar, Zero Prejudice” around a music festival in Hungary.
There’s only one reason that phone’s continue to come out with newer, better cameras and more storage than ever before.
Earlier this month President Trump threatened to place a 10 percent tariff on over $300 billion of Chinese goods.
On August 19 Planned Parenthood stated that they would be withdrawing from the federal funding program Title X.