A German company has launched its first-ever smartphone and rather than appeal to the budget end of the market is going directly up against Apple and Samsung.
European stocks followed Asian shares into the red Friday, as uncertainty over an interest rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve continued to worry investors.
Vice President Joe Biden said Thursday that he was unsure of a bid for the White House in 2016, saying his family's ability to cope with the pressures would be key to his decision.
Some GOP presidential hopefuls defended the Kentucky woman's stand against issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples, while others said it was Davis' duty to comply.
The map provides near real-time data on "the most damaging form of air pollution" in a country where 17 percent of all deaths can be linked to pollution.
Hungary's prime minister rallied against the EU's stance on the region's refugee crisis while a train full of asylum seekers clashed with police in a town outside Budapest.
Pentagon officials told the Wall Street Journal that five Chinese vessels spotted off the coast of Alaska this week entered U.S. waters, but obeyed international law.
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