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If dark Web activity increases on the Internet, it's only a matter of time before the Fourth Amendment is reinterpreted.
Bill Richardson tells CNBC he's not ready to endorse the wife of his former boss should she run for president.
The collapse in oil process may only be a few months old, but economists are already debating its long-term effects.
Box office success leads to higher traffic in malls connected to cinemas, which leads to higher rents malls can charge.
A new rule deprives management of a stall tactic that unions widely claim benefits the employer.
Scientists discover the most intact T-Rex skeleton in 1990. CNN Films' "Dinosaur 13" airs Thursday, Dec. 11 at 9p ET.
Chrysler said that it is expanding ongoing regional field action with a recall in an estimated 208,783 vehicles.
Wal-Mart has cut the price of the iPhone 6 or 6 Plus by $70. But there's a catch, of course.
Michael Jordan once summed up his social and political activism in four simple words: "Republicans buy sneakers, too."
The storm is blamed for two deaths in Oregon, thousands of power failures along the West Coast as well as flooded roadways and mudslides.
Rich Americans have a moderately bullish outlook on the stock market for 2015 and favor a few key stocks and sectors.
All too often, the safety net of insurance protection gets short shrift in annual financial planning reviews.
The move to roll back Dodd-Frank regulations of big banks has drawn the wrath of Democrats ... and even Republicans.
Oil has spooked investors, a pro said: "With everything in energy and the oil price collapsing as it is, who is going to step in and be a buyer now?"
Heels have also been a controversial symbol in the battleground of sexual politics. Now a scientific study in France has measured their power.
TV actor Dimitri Diatchenko is accused of killing his ex-girlfriend's pet rabbit -- and then eating half of it.
U.S. prosecutors faced widening fallout from the insider trading decision as some existing cases threatened to unravel.
The near-death experience of a bipartisan, governmentwide funding bill on Thursday highlighted a fundamental problem with Congress at the moment: the lost art of compromise.