Andrew Grauer started building Course Hero in his dorm room at Cornell in 2006. Now the company has become one of the biggest crowdsourced study sites is trying to navigate a future where there will be less students.
The Senate is expected to vote Wednesday to confirm three top military nominations, ending a monthslong stalemate over the appointments forced by Sen. Tommy Tuberville (R-Ala.) over his objection to a military abortion policy.
Republican Kari Lake will launch a run for an Arizona Senate seat next month, according to multiple reports, confirming months of speculation that Lake would enter a potentially crowded and competitive race.
President Joe Biden’s aides have told Rahm Emanuel, the sharp-elbowed politician serving as U.S. ambassador to Japan, to stop taunting Chinese President Xi Jinping on social media, NBC News reported, citing anonymous administration officials.
Cassidy Hutchinson, a one-time-aide-turned-critic of former President Donald Trump, said ex-Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani groped her on January 6, she wrote in a new memoir previewed by the Guardian—the latest damning accusation against Giuliani.
Federal prosecutors are probing whether Tesla’s company resources were used to supply personal benefits to CEO Elon Musk as early as 2017, farther back then previously known, according to people familiar with the investigation.
Sandra Douglass Morgan, the president of the Las Vegas Raiders, joins 'Forbes Talks' to discuss breaking barriers as the first black woman president of the Raiders and the challenges she has conquered along the way.
IRS and FBI officials told Republicans they don’t recall Delaware U.S. Attorney David Weiss saying he was denied special counsel status in his investigation of Hunter Biden or that he’s not the decision maker in the case, CNN reported.
India’s government Tuesday dismissed allegations it was involved in the assassination of a Sikh leader on Canadian soil and expelled a Canadian diplomat from the country, in response to a similar move by Canada a day earlier.