“I never pursued or authorized recording the President and any suggestion that I have ever advocated for the removal of the President is absolutely false,” said Rosenstein.
Staffers at the company learned of the cuts via a Sunday email from CEO Jia Yueting. The chief executive will be decreasing his salary to $1, and some members of management are taking salary cuts beyond the 20 percent threshold, though that likely won't provide much comfort to the folks in the factory seeing their…
The pair will work together on developing, launching and operating the vehicles. They'll also create detailed maps of London and the surrounding area that account for factors such as road signs and traffic lights. There are plans afoot to offer shared, self-driving minibuses to help people get to work or the airport too. Other companies…
British Bobsleigh and Skeleton's entire board must stand down and re-apply for their jobs as a condition of £7m of funding from UK Sport, the BBC understands.
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Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha feels like he will "have to get my leg broken" before an opponent is sent off for fouling him.
3:39 PM ET Sharda UgraSenior Editor BCCI secretary Amitabh Chaudhary is expected to represent the board at the ICC's chief executives' meeting to be held in Singapore this week, a task that would normally have fallen to its CEO Rahul Johri. The decision follows #MeToo allegations, made public on Friday, around Johri's conduct with a…
New York Jets coach Todd Bowles calls running back Isaiah Crowell's 'toilet paper' celebration "inexcusable" and says it "will never happen again".
Colin Kaepernick, who protested against racial injustice and police brutality in the US, is the face of a new Nike advertising campaign.
Durham's former England captain Paul Collingwood will retire at the end of the season, 22 years after his first-class debut.