Virginia’s Utility Kingpin Ends 14-Year CEO Stint Amid Scrutiny Of Record On Race

Dominion Energy CEO Thomas Farrell II on Friday said he will step down as the.

Big chains filed for bankruptcy and closed stores every week in July

So far this year, 21 private and public retailers have filed for Chapter 11 according.

This 'baby' Bugatti is $68,000, but there's a catch

The Baby II is a scaled down Bugatti that can still go 42 mph. The.

Couple wears swastika masks in Minnesota Walmart

A couple in Minnesota wore red face masks emblazoned with swastikas to a Walmart in.

California man charged with smuggling mosaic from Syria

A Southern California man has been charged with smuggling an ancient mosaic that authorities believe.

JOANN fabric mask policy: CEO says he’s willing to lose customers over new mask policy

JOANN Fabric and Craft Stores CEO Wade Miquelon acknowledged that some customers may be angered.

US Supreme Court denies Nevada church’s appeal of virus rule

A sharply divided U.S. Supreme Court has denied a rural Nevada church’s request to strike.

Court: Judge wrong to dismiss complaint against Facebook

The New Hampshire Supreme Court has ruled that a judge was wrong to dismiss a.

Virginia’s Energy Kingpin Could Finally Face A Reckoning Over Race

Summer 2014 was an exciting and nostalgic season for the most powerful unelected man in.

With stadiums, theaters closed, Coke 2Q revenue plunges 28%

Coca-Cola’s revenue plunged 28% in the second quarter, but the company says things are improving.