The president tweets that he hopes the United Kingdom "remains strong, robust and united."
Yelp and TinyCo have been fined by the Federal Trade Commission for improperly collecting children's information online.
New Apple phones include a theft deterrent system that enables users to lock their devices and wipe them clean of data if stolen.
The senator says a Post article about his shifting policy positions is "full of inaccuracies."
The company aims to make the apps available by the end of the month.
Even while imprisoned for a rape he didn't commit, Tim Cole never stopped acting like a big brother.
An owner of a New York food store funded ISIS, tried to send jihadists to Syria to fight and plotted to do some killing himself, federal authorities say.
Bonds sold off as traders read the Fed's new rate forecasts as slightly more aggressive, but Yellen's comments drove stocks up.
He stresses no U.S. combat troops will fight ISIL.
The two Democrats have a war of words over the former House majority leader's move to Wall Street.
The net inflows were the first in three weeks and came after outflows of $4 billion the prior week, which were the biggest in nine weeks.
"I love the billboard," Dowd told The Daily Beast on Wednesday.
A representative for the radio host accuses the committee of intentionally lying.
Opinion: Even as we pause on Ukraine (for now), no one knows what the Russian leader really wants.
Major sponsors have made public statements criticizing the NFL over its handling of Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson. Will it work?
The former "Meet the Press" host said it's hard to fight the particular narrative the Washington media sets.
It's probably no surprise to anyone who has flown through Atlanta that the city's airport is still the busiest passenger airport in the world.
Vice President Joe Biden said on Wednesday his use of the term "shylock," which some consider anti-Semitic, was "a poor choice of words."
Rubio outlines his own interventionist foreign policy views and a plan to modernize the military.