Elon Musk, the TIME “Person of the Year,” fired back by calling Warren a “Senator Karen” who reminded him of an “angry mom” from his youth.
NASA says the Parker Solar Probe officially “touched” the sun when it plunged through the star’s atmosphere, known as its corona.
The embassy says police in Tokyo often stop and search foreigners; they urge travelers to carry visa paperwork and “request consular notification if detained.”
Nike’s partnership is with UCLA sophomore soccer player Reilyn Turner; a new rule allows student athletes to monetize their name, image and likeness.
MGM Resorts International is selling the Mirage to Hard Rock for around $1.1 billion in cash.
The "Dr. Oz" show will end after 13 seasons while Mehmet Oz runs for Senate in Pennsylvania. His daughter will host a cooking show in its place.
Travis Scott is off the Coachella roster following a deadly stampede that killed 10 at his concert in November.
Rademacher claimed the show is forcing “medical treatment to its employees against their will” by requiring COVID-19 vaccinations for everyone on the set.
The airport will bear the name of retired Democratic U.S. Sen. Harry Reid; critics of Democratic Sen. Pat McCarran say he was a racist and anti-semite.
The strategy includes building 500,000 charging stations for electric vehicles across the U.S.