“This decision recognizes a moral imperative that must be addressed," the dean of medicine said of the move to offer free tuition to all students.
Name-brand EpiPens have seen skyrocketing prices in recent years, and there have been shortages of the auto-injectors as well.
After eating at an Ohio Chipotle, 647 people reported getting sick.
Customers of Bird and Lime gathered at Santa Monica City Hall to protest the possible banishment of the electric scooter startups from the beachside city.
Musk said he left a meeting "with no question that a deal with the Saudi sovereign fund could be closed." He would still need to present any plan to investors and the board.
It appears the Tesla CEO is serious.
“CrossFit admitted they’re wrong and is making it right,” trans athlete Chloie Jönsson told BuzzFeed News.
A health agency is investigating hundreds of reports from people who said they got sick after eating at a Chipotle in Ohio. The location reopened on Tuesday.
Apple stock is on fire.
The same parasite is behind recent recalls of McDonald's salads and Del Monte vegetable trays.
The first rule of the Big Mac is: You do not fuck with the Big Mac.
Twitter reported 335 million monthly active users for the quarter, which was fewer than Wall Street had expected.
But people have a lot of opinions about the idea.
The coffee chain hasn't grown its transaction count in more than two years.
No other US company has ever lost more than $100 billion in a single day of trading.
Are the scandals, mishaps, and growing mistrust catching up to Facebook?
This is getting out of hand, guys. Summer picnic ruined.
It's been a really bad year for salad eaters.
Amazon joins eBay as a destination for random, dopey consumerism — especially of food.
Although Trump and Republicans in Congress have praised Pruitt’s regulatory rollback, the EPA chief has faced criticism for a growing pile of alleged ethics violations.
We've come to the end of the road. Still I can't let go.
Superheroes! Diversity! Superhero diversity!
A handful of giant companies are centralizing control of the internet, and our courts and government are going along with it.
The US Supreme Court decided that retailers can't encourage customers to use cards other than American Express, even though its fees are higher.
Take this helmet and hop on the back of my hog; there are angry tweets ahead.
A year after Uber added a tipping feature to the app, people remain confused.
Some say Musk’s paranoia and late-night Twitter rants reveal a billionaire cracking under pressure. But those who know him best say this is nothing new.
Businesses previously had to have a physical presence in a state in order for the state to require them to collect sales taxes.
“It’s heartbreaking to see the images and hear the sounds of the kids,” Tim Cook said.