Cyber criminals have infected hundreds of thousands of computers with a virus called 'Pony' to steal bitcoins and other digital currencies.
A Republican state senator edits after originally calling pregnant women a "child's host."
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services explains why stocks rallied strongly.
The comedian and first lady film a segment to celebrate the fourth anniversary of the initiative.
"He anticipates an answer one way or the other in a couple months," Gov. Mary Fallin says.
Starting Monday, students at the University of California Santa Barbara will be getting an unapproved vaccine scientists hope will stop a meningococcal disease outbreak there, the university said.
Microsoft is eyeing ways to cut costs while widening the appeal of its software.
Five years ago, the American political landscape changed due in large part to one fed-up CNBC journalist.
Like Netflix, Starz wants to win viewers with original programming. But it has plenty of runway even without a blockbuster.
New report shows how the social media site could affect the future of political messaging and news.
There are a long list of reasons to remain bullish on stocks this year, says JPMorgan's chief US equity strategist.
Verizon's CEO says he expects to reach an agreement with Netflix over bandwidth loads.
He says the NFL should consider moving the event if the state passes an anti-gay rights law.
The defense secretary is sticking by his position that the U.S. needs a smaller, high-tech military.
A spokesperson says the MSNBC host had not realized the event was a fundraiser.
The program could translate into more fuel-efficient cars and aircraft.
States and cities continue to face a problem that stems from demographics, financial markets and reluctance to make politically tough decisions.
Here's a look at where the U.S. spends its money for military spending.
Gasoline prices, already up about 12 cents in two weeks, are expected to rise before topping out in the spring.
States continue to face problems stemming from demographics, financial markets and a reluctance to make politically tough choices, NYT reports.