For many Americans, 2018 was the year that health care reached a breaking point. Insurance was still too expensive to buy. It didn’t cover nearly enough. And as the country’s politics festered, the government once again failed to solve the insurance conundrum, even as a large majority of Americans who flocked to voting booths said …
It’s New Year’s Eve 2018, and that means it’s time to pop open the Champagne (or Prosecco) and… find a New Year’s Eve countdown from the cozy comfort of your own home. With so many ways to watch the New Year’s countdown and ball drop for free, it’s tempting to stay in and enjoy the …
It’s almost 2019 and Netflix is bringing the new year cheer the best way it knows how: With a slew of new material for its subscribers.
CEO and chief content officer will enjoy some generous pay packages in the new year.
2018 is the year that investors went from “there is no alternative” to “no place to hide,” as stocks, bonds and other investments registered losses.
“You know, I’ve always thought Trump has a right to his opinions, but doesn’t have a right to his own facts,” says the former New York mayor.
Holders of an Irish passport can continue to enjoy the benefits of EU membership, including the right to live and work in all member states without a visa.
The year 2018 has been an eventful one, no matter where you looked. This is no less true in the spirits world. Even as cannabis continues to boom as an intoxicant of choice and manufacturers pivot to weed beer, there have been innovations in almost every type of booze, from Japanese gin to bartender-made brandy …
Verizon Fios and Disney came to terms over programming fees on Sunday, averting a blackout that could have deprived millions of football fans nationwide access to big playoff games.
Sears Holding Corp., which has filed for bankruptcy, has announced it will shutter 80 more Kmart and Sears locations.