U.S. Races To Lead Electric Car Production Despite Chip Shortage
Computer chips play a role in different industries like cars, consumer tech and communications. Their shortage has affected production lines.
AMC to charge more for good seats in movie theaters
As movie theaters have attempted to recover from the pandemic, exhibitors have increasingly looked at more variable pricing methods.By Evan Agostini / Invision / AP
From Great Resignation to Great Rethink, the workforce is changing
Many people left their jobs amid the pandemic, but experts found workers are actually switching jobs to find more flexible environments.By Scripps News
This is how South Carolina is fixing the correctional officer shortage
A lack of correctional officers across the country is expected to worsen, but South Carolina is making changes to recruit and retain more workers.By Scripps News
Scoring King: James passes Abdul-Jabbar for NBA points mark
LeBron James pushed his career total to 38,388 points Tuesday night to break a record that Kareem Abdul-Jabbar held for nearly four decades.By Ashley Landis / AP
Hope fading as deaths in Turkey, Syria earthquake pass 11,000
Search teams from more than two dozen countries have joined tens of thousands of local emergency personnel to search for survivors in the rubble.By Ismail Coskun / IHA / AP
GOP on State of the Union: 'Biden and the Democrats have failed you'
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders told her audience that Biden and the Democratic Party “failed you. You know it, and they know it.”By Al Drago / AP