(NEW YORK) -- One of the nation’s most iconic urban spaces is kicking out cars.
For a trial period that starts in June, vehicles will no longer be allowed to drive through New York’s Central Park, save for cross-town transverse... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Wells Fargo agreed Friday to pay $1 billion to settle with two U.S. regulators who accused the nation’s third largest bank of abusing its customers.
The settlement comes two years after Wells Fargo was found to have ope... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Anne Wojcicki isn’t a typical CEO.
The 44-year-old mother of two who runs the consumer genetics and research company 23andMe, reportedly valued at over $1 billion, prefers a uniform of Lululemon shorts, bikes to work ev... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- Female representation in the sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) has improved somewhat, but a new study looked at the authors of millions of articles and found there is still more work to be done in promoting women ... Read More
(OAKLAND, Calif.) -- Chrissel Orcino had a "code red" at one of her tables.
When Orcino, a server at the Oakland, California, restaurant Homeroom, went to pick up the check for her table of three -- two men and one woman -- something alarm... Read More
(JURONG WEST, Singapore) -- Taking hours to set up IKEA furniture or fearing losing all the screws and fixtures could be a thing of the past, sometime in the near future.
Scientists at the Nanyang Technological University’s School of... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- The "Fearless Girl" is moving.
The popular statue is done staring down the "Charging Bull" on Broadway and will take a stand in front of the New York Stock Exchange, Mayor Bill de Blasio and State Street Global Advisors, the ... Read More
(PHILADELPHIA) -- The two black men who were arrested at a Starbucks in downtown Philadelphia last week and accused of trespassing said they were there for a business meeting that they hoped would change their lives.
Rashon Nelson and Dont... Read More
(NEW YORK) -- When recording artist and audio engineer Tiffany Miranda walks into a studio, she's used to standing out.
"As a woman, some of the challenges I faced were just people walking in the door and asking where the engineer is while... Read More
(PHILADELPHIA) -- The former Starbucks manager whose telephone call initiated the controversial arrest of two African-American men at her downtown Philadelphia store told 911, “I have two gentlemen at my cafe that are refusing to make a purchas... Read More