Broncos' Browning headlines new investment platform for fans to buy stock in their favorite players

A new investment platform that allows sports fans to buy and sell shares in the future on-the-field earnings of college and professional athletes has received federal approval to begin trading on the U.S. stock market

Colombia pauses buying Israeli weapons and president calls war in Gaza 'genocide'

Colombia’s President Gustavo Petro says his government is suspending purchases of weapons from Israel after Palestinians say Israeli troops fired at people seeking food in Gaza

Clark's final regular-season home game to be among priciest tickets in women's college hoops history

Caitlin Clark’s final regular-season home game at Iowa is likely to bring one of the priciest tickets in women’s college basketball history

Brazil’s finance minister proposes global tax on the super-rich at G20 meeting in Sao Paulo

Brazil’s finance minister told his peers during a G20 meeting in Sao Paulo that countries should implement a global tax on the super-rich in an effort to tackle rampant tax evasion

First US moon lander in half a century stops working a week after tipping over at touchdown

The first U.S. spacecraft to land on the moon since the Apollo astronauts has fallen silent, a week after breaking a leg and tipping over near the lunar south pole

EPA to delay rules for some power plants until after November election

The Environmental Protection Agency said Thursday it is delaying planned rules for existing natural gas plants that emit harmful air pollutants and contribute to global warming

Colombia pauses buying Israeli weapons and president calls war in Gaza 'genocide'

Colombia’s President Gustavo Petro says his government is suspending purchases of weapons from Israel after Palestinians say Israeli troops fired at people seeking food in Gaza

Brazil’s finance minister proposes global tax on the super-rich at G20 meeting in Sao Paulo

Brazil’s finance minister told his peers during a G20 meeting in Sao Paulo that countries should implement a global tax on the super-rich in an effort to tackle rampant tax evasion

Musk's X asks judge to penalize nonprofit researchers tracking rise of hate speech on platform

Attorneys for X Corp. and a research organization that studies online hate speech have traded arguments in court in a legal battle over the organization's reports on the increase in hate speech on the site since it was purchased by Elon Musk in 2022

Officials investigate rare nervous system disorder in older adults who got RSV vaccine

Health officials are investigating whether there's a link between two new RSV vaccines and cases of a rare nervous system disorder

Shirtless US Senate candidate submerges himself in Wisconsin lake, issues challenge to opponent

A shirtless candidate for U.S. Senate broke through the ice of a Madison lake hoping to pour cold water on any notion that he’s a soft Californian, not a hardy Wisconsinite

Republicans criticize California's new fast food law that appears to benefit a Newsom campaign donor

Republican leaders in California are criticizing a minimum wage increase for fast food workers

How major US stock indexes fared Thursday, 2/29/2024

Wall Street closed out its fourth winning month in a row with more record highs

IRS launches crackdown on 125,000 wealthy 'non-filers'

The IRS plans to go after 125,000 high-income earners who did not file tax returns going back to 2017

A large US health care tech company was hacked. It's leading to billing delays and security concerns

A massive U.S. health care technology company says it was attacked by the ransomware group ALPHV, also known as Blackcat

Hollywood Minute: Paul Simon docu-series

A new special tells all about the legendary musician, a horror yarn first look, and Liam Neeson in 'The Naked Gun' reboot. Rick Damigella reports.

'They're afraid': Retired pilot warns that outdated FAA policy leads to pilots hiding mental health issues

Retired pilot Collin Hughes suffered for years before eventually deciding to take antidepressants. Why? He knew that meant he'd lose his ability to fly, because of FAA restrictions on mental health treatment. He told CNN about losing the job he...

Some doorbell cameras sold on Amazon and other online sites have major security flaws, report says

Consumer Reports says some doorbell cameras sold by Amazon and other online retailers have security flaws that could allow bad actors to view footage from the devices or control them completely

A Brazilian state in the Amazon has been hit with more than 2,000 fires in February

Data from Brazil's space agency says the state of Roraima in the Amazon rainforest has been hit with more than 2,000 fires in recent weeks

A Brazilian state in the Amazon has been hit with more than 2,000 fires in February

Data from Brazil's space agency says the state of Roraima in the Amazon rainforest has been hit with more than 2,000 fires in recent weeks

Some doorbell cameras sold on Amazon and other online sites have major security flaws, report says

Consumer Reports says some doorbell cameras sold by Amazon and other online retailers have security flaws that could allow bad actors to view footage from the devices or control them completely