Heavy delays and traffic snarls in Dubai and Sharjah on Tuesday morning Image Credit: Ahmed Ramzan/Daily Sun News For illustrative purposes only. Dubai: Commuters faced heavy delays and traffic snarls on Tuesday morning as accidents affected a number of roads

(Daily Sun News) – Social Finance Inc said on Monday its co-founder Mike Cagney would step down as chief executive and chairman, less than two weeks after the online lender said it was investigating claims of sexual harassment that emerged

(Daily Sun News) – A groundbreaking deal between Allergan Plc and a Native American tribe to shield the company’s patents in administrative proceedings could also be used be to protect them from challenges in federal court, legal experts said, potentially

FLORIDA CITY/MARCO ISLAND, Fla. (Daily Sun News) – Storm-shocked Floridians returned to shattered homes on Monday as the remnants of Hurricane Irma pushed inland, leaving more than half of all state residents without power and city streets underwater from Orlando

DALLAS (Daily Sun News) – A gunman who fatally shot eight people at a Dallas-area house knew at least some of the victims gathered there to watch a football game, authorities said on Monday. The shooter in Plano, Texas, was

WASHINGTON (Daily Sun News) – U.S. Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on Monday provided a temporary reprieve for President Trump’s order blocking most refugees from entering the United States, putting on hold a lower court’s ruling loosening the prohibition. Kennedy’s

WILMINGTON, Del. (Daily Sun News) – For the first time in 15 years Delaware’s court system has lost the top spot in a key business survey, ceding its place to South Dakota, according to a Monday poll conducted by an

WASHINGTON (Daily Sun News) – The National Transportation Safety Board is expected to find on Tuesday that Tesla Inc’s Autopilot system was a contributing factor in a May 2016 Model S crash that killed a man in Florida while using

Fort Lauderdale and New York (Daily Sun News) – When more than 7.4 million homes and businesses are without power after a hurricane, utility workers tend to get noticed a bit more than usual. That’s what Gus Beyersdorf, 40, and

(Daily Sun News) – As veterans of at least half a dozen hurricanes, Steve and Sarah Griffin knew exactly how to cope when Irma bore down on their Clearwater, Florida, home: host an impromptu party for friends who had evacuated