The audio recording puts the first lady’s frustrations on full display just weeks before President Trump faces the voters in his bid for a second term.
Photo by Spencer Platt / Getty Images 1.44 percent of Amazon’s front-line employees, or 19,816 workers, have tested positive or been “presumed positive for COVID-19,” Amazon said in a blog…
Lawmakers approved the measure along party lines, even as Speaker Nancy Pelosi said a late-stage agreement with the administration was still possible.
One of Nintendo’s more intriguing upcoming games is Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit. Developed by Velan Studios, it’s a title that follows the likes of Labo and Pokémon Go, attempting…
Facebook's former director of monetization Tim Kendall says the company's platform is fundamentally addictive for users, which is causing mental health and other issues. Kendall, who is now CEO of the time management app Moment, joined CBSN to discuss how Facebook's business model is effecting people on daily basis.
Doug DeMuro has a strong following for his giddy videos about exotic and quirky cars. Cars & Bids, his new site, got off to a roaring start.
The court overruled limits on visas for hundreds of thousands of foreign workers during the coronavirus pandemic.
The delay in punishing Belarus for the crackdown that followed its flawed elections had been a huge embarrassment for the bloc.
I can’t put it better than SEGAbits: “Famitsu magazine took the photo we all wanted to see.” The photo is of Sega’s upcoming Game Gear Micro — perhaps the most…
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge Google’s Stadia controller now has support for USB-C audio devices when playing on a Chromecast or via a web browser. That gives…
In Philadelphia, officials are encouraging voting in person. In Wisconsin, there are ballot-return events in city parks. They reflect an unease over President Trump’s war on mail-in voting.
Be it congressional Democrats, the news media, the standards enforcers at Twitter or, now, the debate commission, President Trump has repeatedly blamed others for problems and self-inflicted wounds.
“This sustained campaign of disruption, disinformation, and denial, is aided by any leader who doesn’t acknowledge it,” President Trump’s former national security adviser said.
Federal prosecutors say James W. Cahill and 10 others accepted more than $100,000 in bribes in return for using their influence to help employers who had hired nonunion labor.
A standoff over further federal aid and concern over the pandemic’s duration are pushing companies to eliminate jobs.
In this newsletter, Marc Stein talks to Green about the Golden State Warriors’ down year, analyzes the many coaching vacancies, and looks at the Lakers-Heat finals.
The former vice president’s tax and spending claims are credible; Trump’s aren’t.
Will we let this man and his felons drag us to moral chaos?
The state, up for grabs in the presidential election, has become a coronavirus hot spot. “It’s too late” to solve, one mayor says.
Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge Verizon’s 4G LTE-based home broadband service targeting rural communities is now available in 48 states, and it might be worth a look if…