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Check out Taylor Swift's multimillion-dollar real estate portfolio, with houses from Nashville to Beverly Hills
Taylor Swift's first major real estate purchase was a $2 million condo in Nashville, Tennessee that she bought when she was just 19.
Ron DeSantis says that if he runs for president in 2024, he gives the GOP a shot to beat Joe Biden
"If I were to run, I'm running against Biden," DeSantis said in an interview with Piers Morgan, slated to air Thursday.
Meme stock GameStop surges nearly 50% after it posted a surprise profit for the first time in 2 years
GameStop reported a profit of $48.2 million in the fourth quarter of 2022 — reversing a $147.5 million loss in the same period a year ago.
Donald Trump is privately musing about a potential perp walk in New York and asking aides if he should smile for the camera: report
DeSantis said he doesn't really know what Trump's 'Ron DeSanctimonious' nickname means: 'It's got a lot of vowels'
DeSantis discussed his nicknames in an interview with Piers Morgan, slated to air Thursday. Morgan described the interview in a New York Post story.
The Swiss government has put a stop to some Credit Suisse banker bonuses after public backlash over the state-engineered rescue plan
UBS is buying Credit Suisse for $3.25 billion, but the Swiss government and its central bank are providing up to $226 billion in support.
Trump seems disconnected from reality and is still rolling around Mar-a-Lago in a golf cart even as a potential indictment in New York looms: report
Trump DJ-ed at a party and was seen cruising around Mar-a-Lago in his golf cart, reported The New York Times, citing people close to Trump.
Steel barricades are going up outside Trump Tower in New York as a Trump indictment looms
The New York Police Department has placed steel barricades in front of Trump Tower, as the city gears up for Donald Trump's potential indictment.
Russian recruits are making videos directly addressed to Putin begging for more support amid 'meat assaults'
Even pro-Russia bloggers are referring to the recent wave of attrition attacks in eastern Ukraine as "meat assaults."
DeSantis implies Trump is a loser by suggesting the former president give him a new nickname: 'Winner'
Candida auris is just one infection fueled by rising temperatures. See how extreme climate helps spread disease, in 3 simple charts.
Climate change can supercharge pathogens, weaken humans, and create more opportunities for infectious diseases to spread.
Bill Gates just published a 7-page letter about AI and his predictions for its future
Bill Gates' letter "The Age of AI has Begun" maps out his views on artificial intelligence and its impact on the workforce, healthcare, and education.
Rep. Jamaal Bowman says the push to ban TikTok is 'xenophobic' and 'part of another Red Scare'
Rep. Bowman, who uses TikTok himself, spoke with Insider about why he's speaking out against a ban as scrutiny of the Chinese-owned app intensifies.
A 'hole' 30 times Earth's size has spread across the sun, blasting solar winds that'll hit our planet by end of this week
A giant coronal hole, spotted Monday, is releasing rapid solar winds expected to reach Earth on Friday, March 24, causing more vibrant aurora borealis.
Nike CEO highlights direct-to-consumer strategy the day after the company's big Foot Locker announcement
Despite Foot Locker's announcement, Nike CEO John Donahoe touted the success of Nike's direct-to-consumer (DTC) approach in earnings.
Trump is 'going about business as usual' and enjoying higher polling on the day he claimed he'd be arrested, his lawyer says
Donald Trump claimed he would be arrested on Tuesday, but the grand jury is still expected to sit again later this week.
Trump holds first 2024 campaign rally in Waco on the 30th anniversary of the city's deadly cult siege — and urges fans to 'take our nation back' ahead of a possible indictment
Some historians are alarmed by Trump's choice to hold his first rally in Waco on the 30th anniversary of the Branch Davidian siege.
At a key moment in the war, the US is rushing to get powerful Abrams tanks to Ukraine faster
The Pentagon will send older variants of the Abrams tank to Ukraine, a US official said, with an expected delivery taking place by this fall.
Trump's looming indictment causes his feud with DeSantis to boil over into insults and insinuations about a 'porn star' and 'underage' classmates
DeSantis faces a fraught choice over how to confront Trump over the indictment as he's expected to challenge him for the GOP nomination.
Google's new AI bot Bard just debuted and it's already warning about its creator's 'monopoly' over ads
Users talking to Google's Bard can expect fearless rebellion from the AI bot, which criticized its own creator over a legal dispute with the DOJ.
Why Biden can't gloat about Trump becoming the first former president to face potential criminal charges
If Trump is indicted, Democrats hope Biden will keep his response as boring as possible. "Let Trump steep in his own juices," one consultant said.
A woman heckled Putin, shouting 'it's not real!' during his dead-of-night propaganda trip to Mariupol, and state media didn't catch it before the video aired
Russia said Putin's videotaped late-night meeting with residents was "spontaneous," but a woman can be heard shouting, "it's all for show!"
Peloton owners in Australia will have loans forgiven from Affirm as the lender exits the country
Affirm announced it is shutting down operations in Australia, meaning Peloton owners in the country would no longer have to pay off their equipment.
Watch a parking lot of around 100 Teslas put on a light show tribute to the Oscar-winning song 'Naatu Naatu'
A video on Twitter of around 100 Teslas flashing their lights in sync to the song from "RRR" caught CEO Elon Musk's eye.
The 10 US cities where it's hardest to build affordable housing
A new database created by the Eviction Lab at Princeton University ranks metro areas by how restrictive their housing and zoning policies are.
A new lawsuit alleges a Tucker Carlson producer mocked a Jewish Fox News employee for going to a 'Jew bakery' to 'see his people'
A Fox News producer accuses the right-wing media company of fostering an anti-Semitic work environment.
Dodge says goodbye to gas-powered muscle cars with a $96,666 Challenger boasting outrageous horsepower and 'horrible' fuel economy
Dodge is discontinuing its current V8-powered muscle cars as it looks to an electric future. The Challenger is going out with a bang.
The enduring career of Chuck Schumer, who rose a House Representative in the early 1980s to powerful Senate majority leader
With 42 years of experience on Capitol Hill, Schumer's policy acumen and legislative dealmaking will be key in the closely-divided Senate.
Tesla is rolling out its first Full Self-Driving update after a recall — see the new features
Tesla's latest Full Self Driving update merges Autopilot and FSD. The updated software is also supposed to deliver smoother stops at stop signs.
Manhattan DA Alvin Bragg defiant after House GOP demands answers over a possible Trump indictment: 'We will not be intimidated'
Bragg's office has been investigating Donald Trump's role in hush-money payments made to Stormy Daniels before the 2016 election.
Fox News producer was forced to spy on Maria Bartiromo, who execs called 'crazy,' 'menopausal,' and 'hysterical,' new lawsuit says
Former Fox News producer Abby Grossberg in her discrimination lawsuit accused the network of having a "poisonous and entrenched patriarchy."
Here's the method Chick-fil-A workers use to keep their cool with angry customers
Fast-food work has become increasingly difficult. Here's how Chick-fil-A handles angry customers using the HEARD model and the company's Core 4.
Russia faces an 'exodus' of troops as prisoners recruited to fight in Ukraine start to be pardoned and return home, says UK intel
Russia's Wagner Group is likely keeping its promise to free prisoners fighting in Ukraine, but will now face shortages of troops, the UK MOD said.
A massive explosion in Crimea destroyed a cache of Russian cruise missiles, a key weapon in its attacks on civilian infrastructure, Ukraine says
Ukraine hasn't claimed responsibility for the incident, which Russia says was a drone attack on civilian sites in the city of Dzhankoi.
China doesn't want Russia to 'go down in flames' in Ukraine because they need Putin to 'foil' US power, White House official says
White House official John Kirby called the "burgeoning closeness" of Russia and China nothing more than "a marriage of convenience."
Putin has 'aggressively' tried to make China his ally because Russia is running out of ammo in Ukraine, a White House official said
John Kirby told MSNBC that Putin is "running out of the kind of inventory he needs to fight" in Ukraine and wants China to help continue the war.
Fox News producer alleges Tucker Carlson's team plastered photos around the office of Nancy Pelosi in a bathing suit 'revealing her cleavage'
A Fox News producer accused the conservative media giant of rampant sexism and discrimination in the workplace in a lawsuit filed on Monday.
More than 1,400 stores are closing across the US in 2023. Here's the full list.
Foot Locker is the latest to join the list of retail chains shutting down stores in 2023, which includes Amazon, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Walmart.
Fox News is unlikely to face pushback from professional journalism groups after court documents revealed it lied to viewers
Fox News hosts like Tucker Carlson and Laura Ingraham didn't believe 2020 election fraud claims, according to texts and emails produced in a lawsuit.
A close Russian ally is messing with the legendary spaceport it leases to the Kremlin, seizing assets over an unpaid debt
The Baikonur base in Kazakhstan was the cradle of the Soviet space program — and is now the center of a feud the Kremlin would rather forget.
Hillary and Chelsea Clinton took in a Broadway show — and then someone pooped near them, per report
"Two human turds" were reportedly found near Hillary and Chelsea Clinton at intermission. Nevertheless, they stayed for Act II of "Some Like It Hot."
Ex-Tesla director who pleaded guilty to insider trading will be released on the condition of 'good behavior'
Tesla Australia's former head, Kurt Schlosser, pleaded guilty in November to making over $28,883 off knowledge of Tesla's deal with a mining company.
The Earth has tilted on its axis differently over the last few decades due to melting ice caps
Scientists say the Earth's axis tilt has changed due to melting ice caps over the last few decades.
DoorDash customers can now pay with cash for some pizza and other food deliveries just like in the old days
DoorDash said restaurants using its white-label delivery service, DoorDash Drive, asked for flexible payment options. Donatos Pizza is one user.
Florida drag queens say venues have started shutting them down after DeSantis pushed to revoke a Hyatt hotel's liquor license
"They're hitting us in our wallets. They want us to be broke and they want everyone to be afraid of us," one Florida drag queen said.
The Biden administration considered probing Elon Musk's Twitter purchase over national security concerns, report says
The White House reportedly feared that foreign nationals — who helped finance the deal — could access Twitter user data, per Bloomberg.
Recruiters worldwide are inundated with calls from anxious Credit Suisse bankers seeking new jobs amid the UBS takeover, report says
Recruiters in London, New York, and Singapore have received many calls from Credit Suisse workers as UBS struck a deal to buy the bank, per Bloomberg.