Avocado Recall: How to Check If Your Fruit Is Safe

A major avocado producer is recalling some fruit, which could be contaminated.

Balancing the Ledger: How Premier David Burt…

David Burt is the youngest Premier in the history of Bermuda.

Left-wing media melts down over Mueller report

Great America PAC Chairman Ed Rollins and Washington Times opinion editor Charlie Hurt on how the mainstream media is receiving criticism after special counsel Robert Mueller’s report revealed that Trump’s campaign did not collude with Russia.

Apple's New Credit Card

Tech giant Apple Inc is hitting its customers with big news back to back as it struggles to fight plummeting iPhone sales. After announcing its new streaming service Apple+, the company announced it has partnered with Goldman Sachs on a credit card done the Apple way: minimalist, titanium and laser-etched, and focused on privacy and security.

Celebs Preview Their Apple TV+ Shows

Apple secured a lot of A-list talent.

Mueller report: Trump cleared of Russia collusion

Attorney Harmeet Dhillon discusses the fallout from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe.

Apple Shares Fall

On Monday, major tech company Apple plummeted after it released a series of announcements during a special event at its Steve Jobs Theater in California. Business Insider reports the company announced a largely expected streaming service to compete with the likes of Netflix. In addition, Apple announced a new gaming service and a physical credit card called the Apple Card. Unfortunately, after these major announcements, Apple shares fell nearly 2%.

What to Expect From Apple TV+

Co-head of Apple video programming Jamie Erlicht explains.

Creator of Cathy Comic Is a 'Paradox'

Fans of the Cathy comic strip—and critics of it as well—may want to check out a profile of creator Cathy Guisewite at The Cut . Writer Rachel Syme sees the 69-year-old Guisewite as a "paradox." After all, few women were in the field when Cathy first appeared in 1976,...

To Make Roads Safer, Make People Drive a Stick

An op-ed in the New York Times makes the case for a low-tech solution to the problem of distracted driving: Embrace the stick shift. Drivers have to pay attention to actual driving when operating a manual transmission, writes Vatsal Thakkar, a clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at NYU. "A car...

Netanyahu's US Visit Just Got Shorter

A rocket attack will shorten Benjamin Netanyahu's visit to the US. The Israeli prime minister arrived in the US on Sunday and met with President Trump as planned on Monday in the White House. But Netanyahu will skip a planned address to AIPAC and immediately return home instead of staying...

RNC chairwoman on Mueller probe: Democrats, media…

RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel on the findings from special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe report and the problems surrounding the left-wing media.

A Recession Signal

According to Business Insider, Morgan Stanley says investors need to pay attention to another Recession indicator besides the Treasury yield indicator. The inversion of the Treasury yield curve has captured investor attention since it happened last Friday, but Morgan Stanley says people should be watching an even better recession indicator. The signal revolves around the Federal Reserve's upcoming interest-rate decisions, for which forecasts have been in flux since December.

Apple Introduces Apple Arcade

Coming Fall 2019.

Papadopoulos Asks for Pardon

At least one of the 34 people indicted as part of Robert Mueller's probe now wants a presidential pardon. A lawyer for George Papadopoulos says she's already applied to the White House requesting one, the Washington Post reports. Papadopoulos, a former Trump campaign adviser, was sentenced to 14 days in...

Border checkpoints shutdown amid influx of asylum…

Mark Morgan, former Border Patrol chief under Obama, reacts to a report that the El Paso Border Patrol sector closed its highway checkpoints due to the influx of asylum requests.

Wall Street Falls

According to Reuters, Wall Street’s main indexes fell on Monday, dragged down by declines in high-growth technology shares, as fears of a global slowdown roiled the market for the second straight session. On Friday, weak factory data from the United States, Europe and Japan resulted in the main indexes posting their biggest one-day percentage declines since Jan. 3, and also led to the inversion of U.S. Treasury yield curve for the first time since 2007. Yields on U.S. 10-year treasury yields modestly rose on Monday after data showed German business morale improved unexpectedly in March, but spreads between U.S. three-month and 10-year Treasury yields moved closer again to inversion. An inverted yield curve is widely seen as a leading indicator of recession.

Apple Introduces Its Own Credit Card: Apple Card

VP of Apple Pay Jennifer Bailey shows its features.

Coming Soon: Nation's First Esports Arena

The US has a lot of sports arenas, and now it's about to get its first esports arena. Comcast Spectator is building the nation's first video gaming arena in Philadelphia, Philly.com reports. The arena will be home to the Comcast-owned Philadelphia Fusion , a professional esports franchise competing in the...