Stock market concept image with graph over hands on keyboard
Business News

Amazon Securities Fraud Case Prompts Look at Insider Trading

June 18, 2021

Insider trading laws in the United States are complex and widely varied. While other countries have made sweeping regulations against trading stocks of a company you know information about, the United States has more selective rules on the matter. A two-year sentence surrounding Amazon stock adds a new footnote. […]

UFO flying saucer

Imminent U.S. Report on UFOs Renews Questions about Saucers

June 8, 2021

Reports of UFOs in the United States predate the Wright Brothers. Whether these aerial objects are manmade or extraterrestrial in origin, they fuel pop culture, conspiracy theories, and fringe beliefs. An upcoming U.S. government report isn’t expected to confirm alien life. […]

African green monkey

Descendants of Escaped Monkeys from Florida Zoo Found

May 28, 2021

A group of monkeys in the Florida wilds have famous jailbreaking ancestors. The population of African green monkeys have thrived in a forest near a Florida airport since escaping a zoo in 1948. The primate order consists of pre-monkeys and higher primates. […]

Missouri Botanical Garden, Climatron

Never-Before-Seen Flower Blooms, Putting Botany in Limelight

May 27, 2021

A sign of hope for an endangered tree species blossomed in Missouri. The “Karomia gigas” tree is dangerously close to extinction, but a purple flower recently bloomed on one for the first time in recorded history. Flowering plants evolved rapidly in terms of Earth’s lifespan. […]

Smithsonian Musuem of American History
Coronavirus News

Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History Reopened

May 26, 2021

One of the most famous Smithsonian museums is back in business. The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History closed its doors for six months due to the coronavirus pandemic, but reopened Friday with new exhibits. It hosts more than 1.7 million objects from American history. […]

1 2 3 4 5 6 25