There is one thing about being Royal that Meghan Markle doesn’t like and it’s not that she can’t eat garlic around the queen. Buzz60's Sam Berman has the full story.
The S&P 500 hit a five-month high and the Dow rose for a fifth straight session on Wednesday as solid earnings boosted financial and industrial stocks. Fred Katayama reports.
The FX dance-musical series with an 80s New York backdrop was renewed for a second season. Actor Dyllon Burnside says now is the ideal moment for a series addressing LGBTQ issues. "It's just the push back we need against some of the hateful things that we've seen happening with policy, some of the rhetoric that we've seen that's been discriminatory and that really helps to marginalize people even further," he tells Cheddar.
It wasn't one of the guillotines actually used to behead people, but the sale of it has still stirred up some controversy in France. The mid-19th-century replica was sold last Wednesday in an auction that lasted just 2 minutes, with a French multimillionaire named Christophe Février snapping it up for...
Papa John's Founder Says Stepping Down Was a "Mistake" John Schnatter stepped down as chairman of Papa John's after audio leaked of him using the N-word in a media training session. Now he says he made a mistake in doing so. Schnatter alleges that the pizza chain doesn't know how to handle a "crisis based on misinformation." He says the board requested that he step down as chairman without "any investigation." Schnatter is Papa John's largest shareholder and remains on the board. John Schnatter, in letter to Papa John's board Schnatter resigned as CEO of Papa John's last year after he blamed a drop in sales on the kneeling protests of NFL players. Papa John's press statement
(Reuters) - Morgan Stanley reported a better-than-expected quarterly profit on Wednesday, driven by gains in its fixed income and equities trading businesses, sending its shares up 3.3 percent. Net revenue from the bank’s sales and trading business rose 18 percent to $3.76 billion, with fixed income and equity trading businesses recording gains of 12 percent and 15 percent.
A lawyer who attended a Las Vegas concert where a gunman killed 58 people last year is calling a casino operator's lawsuits against hundreds of victims a "bullying tactic"
Mormon church lawyers are asking a judge to toss out a lawsuit filed by a woman who says she was raped in the 1980s by a former Mormon missionary leader who held the powerful position even though church officials knew he had a history of sexual misconduct
The White House denied that U.S. President Donald Trump said on Wednesday that Russia was no longer targeting the United States, saying his answer "no" was about taking questions not about potential interference in U.S. elections. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).