President Obama picks Google's Megan Smith and Alexander Macgillivray, formerly of Twitter, for key jobs on technology policy team.
The House majority leader says intel from the White House is "critical."
Despite a court-ordered recall, a Georgia company's health supplements are still in stores.
The report does not specify the value of the gem, but a diamond of the same size sold for $6 million in 2011.
As the NFL returns, the sidelines may look a little different, with new technology in stadiums this season.
Now that Chad Taylor has dropped out of the race in Kansas, our revised Senate forecast gives Republicans a 60 percent chance to take the Senate.
Google will refund $19 million to settle charges that it unfairly billed parents for purchases their children made.
A senior exec at Blackstone thinks big money investors can make piles of cash by betting on the growth of US soccer.
Professor Katz, who taught at the University of Pennsylvania and was a founder of its urban studies program, challenged the prevailing view in the 1980s and ’90s that poverty stemmed from the bad habits of the poor.
It'll be a brand-new "View" in less than two weeks, with three new co-hosts in a new studio and with a new boss behind the scenes.
A longtime Apple analyst has only changed his rating twice, but that could change Tuesday.
He pens an op-ed outlining how he would combat an ascendant Islamic militant group in the Middle East.
The ruling by a federal judge could put the company on the hook for another $18 billion.
Senate Republicans are still deciding whether to open debate on the bill.
The ECB announced broader than expected policy easing, as the Fed moves toward tightening, meaning higher U.S. rates and a stronger dollar.
Violations at Catcher Technology's facility in Suqian have worsened since they were pointed out to Apple in April 2013, a new report said.
A Georgia grand jury on Thursday indicted Justin Ross Harris on eight counts, including malice murder and two counts of felony murder, in the hot car death of his toddler son.
Officials at the prison also erred by covering the inmate’s groin, where the injection was made, preventing them from seeing the problem.
Chinese energy execs recently made bullish statements about shale growth there. But that may have been just to appease China, this analyst says.
Once seen as symbols of the American dream, today's wealthy candidates often deny their wealth to win over voters.