A white police chief who fatally shot an unarmed black man in South Carolina in 2011 has been charged with murder, and his lawyer says prosecutors took advantage of national outrage toward police to get the indictment.
If the goal is to explain the news in a way that helps children understand the world they live in, this morning, I failed.
For expert car restorers at General Motors, a wrecked, supervaluable 1992 Corvette represents a tall mountain to climb.
The launch of NASA's Orion capsule on a test flight around Earth was delayed after a last-minute technical problem with its rocket.
Social emotional learning is what allows students control their behavior, understand how their personal behavior impacts others, and enables them to empathize and collaborate with others.
Barnes & Noble to buy Microsoft's Nook business stake for about $123 million to pave way for its spin off.
Prosecutors say a for-profit Florida college used exotic dancers as admissions officers, falsified documents and coached students to lie on financial forms as it fraudulently obtained millions of dollars in federal money.
How can prices for high-yield bonds be falling and prices for stocks rising, when they’ve traded in tandem in the past?
Incidents involving colleges, the military and Bill Cosby suggest that women are more willing to come forward, and reactions of outrage suggest solutions may follow.
Homeowners whose mortgages were modified to stave off foreclosure could next year receive an additional $5,000 reduction in their loans from the government, the Treasury and Housing and Urban Development departments said Thursday.
After going public 10 years ago, DreamWorks Animation has become one of the biggest disappointments on Wall Street.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz is beginning to look like the Eddie Haskell of the conservative movement.
Los Angeles police Chief Charlie Beck says three officers violated deadly-force rules when they shot an unarmed man on live television last year.
CNN affiliate WBNS speaks to the woman who found the body of Ohio State University football player Kosta Karageorge.
Sales of the iconic boot have grown from fewer than 100,000 a decade ago to about 450,000 this year.
Minnesota's high school athletes could compete as whatever gender they choose under a new policy expected to be adopted today that critics say makes a mockery of traditional sports norms.
Amazon's new line of diapers and baby wipes only raises merchants' fears it plans to compete directly with sellers on its site. Re/code reports.
Raising the sort of money that the online shaving company Harry's has collected this year is a vote of confidence — and a cause for concern.