Analysis: Democrats would have gotten crushed this election without young voters
Democrats have done a lot better in the midterm elections than a lot of pundits and analysts had anticipated. They're favored to hold on to the Senate and look to have kept their losses in the House to a minimum.
Opinion: The judge blocking student loan relief for millions is wrong about the law
The legal battles over President Joe Biden's student loan debt relief program heated up on Thursday, when the Fort Worth, Texas-based Judge Mark Pittman, a Trump appointee, struck down the program and issued a nationwide injunction purporting to block it across the country.
Ivan Toney double stuns Manchester City, two days after exclusion from England's World Cup squad
Brentford defeated Manchester City 2-1 on Saturday at the Etihad Stadium, ending City's run of 16 consecutive home victories with a breathtaking breakaway goal in the 98th minute that sealed victory.
Opinion: Crypto's white knight problem
Over the past year, as crypto companies imploded and losses mounted, a white knight appeared. Sam Bankman-Fried, the 30-year-old CEO of crypto exchange FTX, helped bail out distressed crypto companies like BlockFi and Voyager. In an industry with a reputation that has been marred by scammers, hackers and sheer greed, Bankman-Fried seemed like a relatively nice guy. He even claimed that he wanted to give almost all of his money away.
FTX investigating possible $473 million hack
Cryptocurrency exchange FTX, which filed for bankruptcy Friday, is investigating whether crypto assets were stolen and has moved all its digital assets offline, it said Saturday. The assets could be worth more than $400 million, said crypto risk management firm Elliptic.
Opinion: The Lois Lane who got away from the real-life Clark Kent
"We grew up on stories of our mom dating the real Clark Kent," Dustin Neumark, 78, a retired lawyer from Highland Park, Illinois told me. "And she did look like Lois Lane," his brother Neil, 75, also a retired lawyer, added.