This Indiana City Is Testing Out A Guaranteed Income Program
The goal is to help struggling families and boost the city's economy.
World's 1st biometric 'smart gun' aims to lower shootings and suicides
The gun unlocks only for an authorized user by incorporating built-in fingerprint and facial-recognition sensors — just like a smartphone.
If cash apps fail, consumers could lose billions, feds warn
As several traditional banks have failed this year, federal officials remind users of the risks associated with cash applications.
Kroger paid employee bonuses in March, asked for money back in April
Kroger wants dozens of bakery managers to return bonuses they received in March. It's the latest in a series of payroll mistakes.
Chemical in common sweetener found to possibly damage DNA
Researchers say they found that the widely used sweeteners containing sucralose are 'genotoxic' and could break up a person's DNA.
'Crisis averted': Biden to sign debt ceiling bill to avert default
The 99-page bill reins in spending for the next two years and suspends the debt limit until January 2025.
COVID cases could be rising in NYC based on wastewater testing data
Data from testing wastewater from New York residents shows that the detection rate is high for the COVID-19 virus.