control Archive

Michael Avenatti gives up control of firm after being accused of hiding millions: report

FILE – Michael Avenatti, agreed to give up control of his law firm Wednesday to settle

Parkland Shooting: Where Gun Control and School Safety Stand Today

Supported by Parkland Shooting: Where Gun Control and School Safety Stand Today The Parkland students became

Harvard researchers see significant increase in long-term birth control use after Trump election

The number of privately insured women seeking long-acting reversible contraceptives significantly increased in the 30 days

Wisconsin deputy nearly hit by vehicle after driver loses control during winter storm

As another storm brings wintry weather to the Midwest on Wednesday, a police department in Wisconsin

Venezuela says rogue officers captured, military bases under control

CARACAS (Reuters) – Venezuela has captured a group of military officers who stole weapons and kidnapped

Fantasy, control and obsession: Experts weigh in on Jayme Closs kidnapping suspect

Criminal experts believe fantasy, obsession and the desire for control may have driven suspect Jake Patterson

U.S. judge partially blocks Trump administration birth control rules

(Reuters) – A judge in California on Sunday partially blocked a set of Trump administration rules

Apple Watch is giving consumers control over their health, but some patients are taking it too far

When Apple introduced its electrocardiogram feature for the Apple Watch last month, it instantly gave millions

Sell-offs could be down to machines that control 80% of the US stock market, fund manager says

Eighty percent of the daily moves in U.S. stocks are machine-led, a fund manager told CNBC

In a rare move, Apple is partnering with Amazon to let you control Apple Music with Alexa

Apple Music is coming to Amazon’s Alexa-enabled Echo devices, Amazon said Friday, in a rare move