National Guard troops patrolled the Capitol after officials warned of a new attack plot by extremists, but the feared show of force by those still angry over Donald Trump's election defeat did not materialize.
An election reform bill heads to the Senate with many Democratic priorities, but faces steep opposition from Republicans.
Trump will be allowed back on YouTube but only when the threat of his inciting violence abates, said the head of the popular online video sharing platform.
A Philadelphia union leader faces extortion allegations.
Moderate Democrats have narrowed the eligibility threshold for stimulus checks, clearing the way for COVID-19 relief to go forward.
The sultan of the search will stop tracking users' internet activity using cookies.
If Amazon gets its wish, Prime Video might be the only way to watch NFL games on Thursday nights.
Disney will close dozens of its stores in North America this year while its theme parks are still being hampered by the pandemic.
Consumer households have the most food waste each year, according to a new report from the United Nations Environment Programme.
Honda's Legend EX cars will be offered with its Sensing Elite technology for hands-free driving.
Amazon launched its first "just walk out shopping" outlet outside the U.S., as the online retail giant steps up its competition with traditional supermarkets and other retailers.
Non-fungible tokens or NFTs are revolutionizing the crypto market with its unique appearance: digital art. Financial and art experts weigh in to see its advantages and disadvantages in the long run.
The US was the first country to offer the Executive MBA program for professionals who were seeking to advance their careers to upper management and executive positions. The average age of students opting for an E-MBA in US is 36 years.