Apple's $1 billion push into original TV programming has gotten off to a slow start.
The Wall Street Journal reported on Saturday that quality control issues from Apple CEO Tim Cook have largely been responsible for the company's delayed production of the more than dozen shows it has ordered.
Cook reportedly scrapped Dr. Dre's original series, "Vital Signs," (which was already shot) over concerns about explicit scenes that included cocaine use, an orgy, and "drawn guns."
Several other shows...
How 'the Forrest Gump of Republican politics' Brett Kavanaugh became the Supreme Court's most pivotal nomination in decades, now embroiled in sexual misconduct allegations
President Donald Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to replace the retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy on the US Supreme Court.
Kavanaugh was born and bred in the Washington, DC area and has a long history in conservative circles.
His journey to the US Supreme Court has been so star-studded, one senator once called him the "Forrest Gump" of Republican politics.
Kavanaugh's nomination seemed like a sure thing, until two women came forward to publicly accuse him of two separate incidents of...
If Rod Rosenstein is on his way out, exactly how it goes down could have major consequences for how Trump can proceed
Monday featured a number of reports suggesting Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein could soon resign or be fired.
If he is to depart, the manner with which he leaves his post could have big implications for how President Donald Trump is able to replace him.
That's because of wording in the Federal Vacancies Reform Act of 1998.
A whirlwind Monday featured multiple reports suggested that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein would soon either resign or be fired from his position.
Z9 Resort, a hotel on Thailand's Srinakarin Lake, is comprised of 15 "floating houses" that give guests incredible coastal views.
Each "raft" home has floor-to-ceiling glass windows, en-suite bathrooms, and air conditioning.
Guests can also kayak directly from their private terraces.
The raft houses also have an environmentally conscious design — the resort architects believed that having the hotel on water would minimize the amount of land excavated for the hotel.
These minimalist bags are made from water-resistant wool felt that can hold up to wintry weather without sacrificing style
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Graf Lantz + Eileen Fisher
Women's legacy brand Eileen Fisher and relative newcomer Graf Lantz teamed up for a collection of minimalist bags that easily transition from work to weekend.
The bags are somewhat pricey at $238-$378, but they're made in Los Angeles with the highest quality wool and leather under ethical working...
The best business schools in the world are ranked each year by education specialists QS Quacquarelli Symonds.
QS has released its 2019 Global MBA Ranking, evaluating 251 of the best business schools in the world.
QS based its ranking on surveys of employers, academics, and business school programs, and evaluated MBA programs on employability, alumni outcomes, students' return on investment, thought leadership, and diversity.
Here are the top 50 global MBA programs, according to the QS...
"Riverdale" stars Lili Reinhart and Cole Sprouse revealed their first impressions of each other.
Some of the cast of The CW show did friendship exercises in a video for Glamour, and Reinhart and Sprouse talked about first meeting.
Reinhart said she first though Sprouse's voice was "annoying."
"Now it's grown on me, I guess," she added.
Sprouse said, "Lili was a tough egg to crack. She's very shy at first and reserved. I think it was about halfway into the first season she...
"The Big Bang Theory" starts its final 12th season on CBS Monday, September 24.
After the show ends, Kaley Cuoco told the women of the view she has her own production company, Yes, Norman Productions.
Cuoco already has a limited series, "The Flight Attendant," in the works.
The actress also wants to get back to horseback riding and perhaps explore a horse show with her equestrian husband, Karl Cook.
As "The Big Bang Theory" kicks off its final season Monday night, star Kaley Cuoco has put...
A former federal prosecutor says DOJ officials were 'shell-shocked' and 'wandering the halls wondering what's next' amid rumors that Rosenstein would resign
The public was confused following conflicting reports about whether deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein would resign, and officials on the inside may have been just as much in the dark.
"DOJ officials have been shell-shocked by the public back and forth critique of Rosenstein," said a former federal prosecutor who said he's been briefed on the department's internal mood by high-level contacts.
"Today, they were wandering the halls wondering what's next," he added.
A current FBI agent said the...
Democrats slam Republicans for pressing forward with Kavanaugh confirmation last week despite apparently knowing of then-secret allegation
Some prominent Democrats are accusing Republicans of pushing to expedite the timeline for a confirmation vote on Brett Kavanaugh even after they knew of a then-secret allegation of sexual misconduct against the judge last week.
The development comes after The New Yorker on Sunday night published details of an allegation of sexual misconduct against Kavanaugh by his former Yale University classmate, Deborah Ramirez.
"Senate Republicans were trying to rush a vote while they knew Deborah Ramirez...
Current FBI agents and former intel officials are breathing a sigh of relief that Rosenstein still has his job after a whirlwind morning in Washington
Justice Department veterans and current and former intelligence officials expressed relief that deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein had not resigned or been fired following a wild Monday morning of conflicting news reports.
If Rosenstein steps down, said one current FBI agent who requested anonymity to speak about internal matters, "[Robert] Mueller's finished."
But another current FBI agent emphasized that the special counsel Mueller has taken steps to ensure relevant divisions of the DOJ...
A revolutionary medical treatment has helped two paralyzed people walk again — here's why it's such a huge deal
Researchers at the University of Louisville's Kentucky Spinal Cord Injury Research Center have helped two paralyzed individuals regain the ability to walk on their own.
They implanted a device that sends an electrical current into the spinal cord, and also trained patients to relearn to stand and walk.
Other patients have also regained the ability to move their legs or stand with this new technique.
The researchers behind the study think they're getting better at helping people learn to move...