These two recession-forecasting tools haven't been wrong for more than a half-century. Here's what they say happens next.
As part of Wegmans' sustainability efforts, local farmers and food pantries participate in a donation system that plays a vital role in the store.
Virginia Hayden was set to stand trial for murdering her husband when a surprise witness came forward.
Too often, viewpoint diversity is overlooked, and elements of our society have deemed politically correct ideology as the only acceptable worldview.
Nadhim Zahawi has been sacked as Conservative Party chairman by Rishi Sunak, after an ethics inquiry into the handling of his tax affairs found a "serious breach" of the Ministerial Code.
Lily's dad is back after hearing of her shock pregnancy.
It's fair to say that many seniors on Social Security struggled to cover their bills in 2022 due to inflation. Meanwhile, that 8.7% COLA is already helping seniors on Social Security gain buying power. The rate of inflation has dropped substantially since that COLA got approved in October 2022.
The former prime minister said an 'interesting situation' would emerge under a Sir Keir Starmer - who has repeatedly ruled out rejoining the EU.
Pope Francis starts a trip on Tuesday to two fragile African nations often forgotten by the world, where protracted conflicts have left millions of refugees and displaced people grappling with hunger. The Jan. 31-Feb 5 visit to Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and South Sudan, takes the 86-year-old pope to places where Catholics make up about half of the populations and where the Church is a key player in health and educational systems as well as in democracy-building efforts. The trip was scheduled to take place last July but was postponed because Francis was suffering a flare-up of a chronic knee ailment.
Supporters in Africa cheer on the team ahead of FA Cup fourth round clash with Sheffield United.
Nearly three weeks after Tyre Nichols was violently arrested in Memphis, Tennessee, city officials released disturbing footage of his fatal confrontation with police. The release of the videos sheds more light on what happened to Nichols on the night of Jan. 7, three days before he died. A fourth video -- soundless surveillance footage from a city pole camera -- was also released, amounting to about 67 minutes total.
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Ross Stores (NASDAQ: ROST) stock is 9% off its all-time high, while TXJ Companies (NYSE: TJX) has set new highs regularly in recent trading days. Are they set up for a recession crash? While there's always the risk of volatility, Motley Fool contributors Jason Hall and Tyler Crowe explain why they're set up for strong continued success and should keep rewarding investors for years to come, even from these near-record stock prices.
The former prime minister has earned £2.3 million since leaving office, making him the highest-earning MP in the past year.
Draft bill, to be published on Monday, aims to improve safety for separating families
Jeff Bezos has denied rumours he wants to sell the Washington Post but hopes that Silicon Valley savvy could transform heritage media have waned
A government agreement with developers was meant to solve the fire safety crisis in affected buildings – but the wrangling goes on
Sayfullo Saipov was convicted for the 2017 New York City truck attack and now awaits a decision on whether he lives or dies
From police officers to politicians, people who are keen to occupy powerful positions should be treated with caution
If more guns made us safer, we'd already be the safest country in the world. As California shootings made devastatingly clear, that is not the case.