Data tweeted by Glassnode shows that the world's biggest cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, remains bearish, and some key indicators show investors remaining in the sidelines.
The House voted 229-202 to hold Steve Bannon in contempt for ignoring a subpoena
In a major policy U-turn, the Trump administration is actively targeting China's “core interests”: Tibet, Xinjiang and South China Sea.
China’s leaders face probably the biggest challenge they have ever faced as the U.S. chokes trade, technology access, human capital development and finance — amid a collapse of global demand.
March Madness means money. DeWine has done the right thing, but let consumer decide.
Gold is leading safe-haven precious metals as economic slump fears grip world markets. The yellow metal looks good to scale $2,000 an ounce going past the $1,900 mark it crossed in 2013. Dow slumped 450 points Monday.
Changes in diagnostic practices, which have led to a false increase in prevalence, are what's fueling theories that autism doesn't really exist.
A couple fell to their deaths after a sharing a romantic kiss on a bridge in Peru.
Rasheem Ikey Bodiford was sentenced to 10 years in state prison and five years of probation for three felony counts of having sexual contact with a person without notifying he was diagnosed with AIDS-causing HIV.
"Brahms: The Boy II" has been delayed from summer to winter, and it may end up being a smart move.
It can be hard to tell whether what’s in the box will encourage development or just be a waste of time.
Who makes more money in the NBA, Steph Curry or Lebron James?
The prices of cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, XRP and ether all skyrocketed this week. Coinbase said the rush of traffic and trading caused outages across its bitcoin exchange.
Is China Going To War With ISIS? Philippines President Duterte Asks Beijing For Military Aid To Combat Islamic State
The move represents a significant shift in the Philippines’ political relations with the U.S., which had been the country’s main defense ally in the past.
The Council on American-Islamic Relations is bracing for yet another backlash as it tries to defend its community from Islamophobic attacks.
Paris Attack Map: Location Of Bataclan Hostages, Stade de France Explosions And Charlie Hebdo Show Area Under Siege
A series of terror attacks in Paris were concentrated in the 10th and 11th arrondissement Friday night. As many as 60 hostages are being held at the Bataclan Concert Hall
The WWE may delay the bout until SummerSlam, in order to intensify the pre-match hype.
Edward Snowden: Did NSA Leaks Change Politics, Public Opinion About Government Spying, Whistleblowers?
On the second anniversary of Edward Snowden's disclosures about government spying, public opinion has evolved. Has the Obama administration?
Affordable smartphones are changing lives in India, helping people get jobs, allowing entrepreneurs to reach customers and creating new first-time users.
The vast majority of consumers on the subcontinent do not have access to a PC, but millions have smartphones.
Faced with declining demand in their home market, China's handset makers are now counting on India for growth.
Because of marketing missteps and tough competition, Google's $105 smartphone has failed to catch on in the world's No. 3 mobile market.
Regulators in the United States couldn't prove that Google was a monopoly. Now Europe will take a swing.
India’s 122 Languages A Tongue-Twister For Mobile Startups; How Ola Cabs, Google Cope Where Only 10% Speak English
Ride-hailing service Ola Cabs and other newcomers are using tech to overcome language barriers on the subcontinent.
The country's wireless carriers are expected to roll out a host of new services, but prices for the average consumer could increase sharply.
With expansion plans beyond Asia, Xiaomi, which has developed a cult following in its home continent, now fights stagnation and stiffer competition.