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Companies around the world have found it leads to higher productivity, more motivated staff and less burnout. "It", is switching to a four-day work week.
"Aquaman" has already earned $250 million around the world before even opening in the U.S.
Miss Philippines Catriona Gray was crowned Miss Universe Sunday night, becoming the fourth Philippine native to win the crown. Angela Ponce, the pageant's first trans-gender contestant, did not finish in the top 20.
Merriam-Webster has announced their 2018 Word of the Year: justice.
SNL's Pete Davidson scared people a bit on Saturday, posting on Instagram: "I really don't want to be on this earth anymore. I'm doing my best to stay here for you but I actually don't know how much longer I can last. All I ever tried to do was help people. Just remember I told you so."
The co-founder and CEO of popular game HQ Trivia, Colin Kroll, was found dead in his New York apartment early Sunday morning. He was 34.
Utah is getting ready to implement the nation's most stringent DUI limit of .05%.
Stockton, California, is the first U.S. city to try a basic income program, with everyone getting $500 a month.
A report says the Super Bowl is having trouble finding performers to play with Maroon 5 during their halftime show.
"Jersey Shore" star JWoww has taken out a temporary restraining order on ex-husband Roger Mathews.
An extremely rare 1891 $1,000 bill is going to be sold at an auction and is expected to pull in $3-million.
Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman, who played husband and wife on TV's "Revenge," are now a real husband and wife.
Amazon workers in Germany have gone out on strike, putting Christmas deliveries there at risk.
A computer glitch at a Circle K in South Carolina had gasoline on sale for just a penny a gallon, until they caught it.
Kanye West is accusing Drake of threatening him.