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McDonald's has closed all 29 of its restaurants in Peru indefinitely as authorities investigate the deaths.
Ben Workman, of Springville, Utah, has cybernetic implants, which are computer chips embedded under the skin that allow you to perform different functions.
An inventor is facing criticism for his proposed toilet design that would force people to go to the bathroom faster.
The drugs seized between October and early December are worth up to $312 million, officials said on Wednesday.
An associate producer for '60 Minutes' filed a lawsuit against CBS on Tuesday, stating that the company did not properly address her claims of sexual harassment.
Newsweek spoke to Lift Our Voices founders Gretchen Carlson and Julie Roginsky about how NDAs are used to silence women and the steps their organization is taking to change that.
Footage of the argument between Robert Vigors and Robby Wirramanda in Mildura, Victoria, has been widely shared on social media.
"Look, I've had my eye on you," Alisyn Camerota recounted the former Fox News CEO saying in a piece for Vanity Fair.
Neither Utah nor any other state can defend what amounts to state-sanctioned discrimination.
South Carolina could be the state that finally allows the Equal Rights Amendment to be ratified and guarantee equal rights for women in the U.S. Constitution.
Google and Facebook missed making the Top-10 in Glassdoor's "Best Places to Work" list, a position which they've historically occupied.
After issuing a joint statement in November, Gretchen Carlson, Julie Roginsky, and Diana Falzone formed Lift Our Voices, an organization dedicated to supporting those silenced by non-disclosure agreements after facing harassment or discrimination in the workplace.
The actress, a major figure in the #MeToo movement, said she has been unemployed ever since she started "pushing truth" and "fighting the lies."
"All of these stories highlight how we are so much more alike than different in our desire to love and to be loved," Jennifer Beals said.
The violent outburst involving two adult men took place after classes at Robert Frost Middle School in Granada Hills on Monday. Cellphone footage of the fight was later uploaded to social media.
Celebrities have taken to social media to stand up for the actress in a flurry of tweets.
A Lieutenant General in the Air Force lost a star after an investigation into his leadership practices revealed he had harassed a female subordinate.
"This is classic union busting dressed up in tech industry jargon," a statement from Google organizers reads.
IBM's Project Debater took part in a debate for and against artificial intelligence alongside to two humans. The case in favor of AI achieved a narrow victory.
"All any of the artists, or really anyone in this room, wants is to create something that will last," Swift said. "Whatever it is in life."
Over 75 percent of the 25,000 workplace assaults reported annually in the United States took place in hospitals and other health care and social services settings, according to data from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration.
Ethan Kollie, 24, could face up to 15 years in prison when a federal judge sentences him in February 2020.
Disagreeing with the professor's views was not a reason for the school to violate the Constitution, the university said.
"Black Voices for Trump" coalition board member Clarence Mason Weaver was recently found to have said women should be "handmaidens" and be "submissive."
Axios reporter Alexi McCammond took to Twitter to reveal she had broken an "agreement" that the former NBA star's comments were off-the-record because "this is not OK."
"We're telling students in particular to hold their universities to account," said Matt Mahmoudi, a protest organizer and PhD student at Cambridge University.
Discrimination contradicts my values, and it's undeniably bad for business.
The board member, Clarence Weaver, also accused women at work of use "their sexuality" and say "so-and-so molested me," getting in the way of men receiving promotions.