Nia DaCosta is the first black female director to debut at No. 1 at the U.S. box office.
In Vans World, players can skateboard in various parks while decked out in branded shoes and other gear.
Jessica Simpson's family is buying her name back, since the brand's owner is seeking federal bankruptcy protection.
Canada scored in overtime to beat the five-time defending champion United States 3-2.
Burger King's "Royal Perks" program will give customers 10 "crowns" for every dollar they spend.
While the Pope criticized 20 years of foreign intervention in Afghanistan, the 84-year-old mistakenly quoted Russian President Vladimir Putin instead of Angela Merkel.
The Southwest Airlines Pilots Association is suing over pandemic rules that they claim violate federal labor laws.
French regulators fined Google for how it handled negotiations with publishers in a copyright dispute.
The lobster fishing rules were designed to protect a the North Atlantic right whale. There are only 360 left, and they get tangled in fishing gear.
The effort is meant to counter the spike in housing prices and transition Americans from paying rent to owning their own homes.
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