A 7,200-mile connection between the U.S. West Coast and Japan can carry data 10 million times faster than your cable modem.
The Senate OK’d the plan two days before Puerto Rico is due to pay $1.9 billion to creditors, including more than $1 billion to bond holders.
U.S. banks have passed the annual test, but Deutsche Bank and Santander have “unresolved supervisory issues,” Fed officials say.
Tuesday’s terrorist attack, which killed dozens at Istanbul’s main airport, was another blow to the country’s efforts to attract visitors.
Brexit Regret: Will There Be A New Referendum Vote? Huge Online Petition For New Vote ‘Hijacked’ By ‘Remain’ Supporters
Britain’s largest-ever parliamentary petition to hold a second EU referendum has 3.9 million signatures. It was created by a Brexit supporter.
Jeep Grand Cherokee E-Shifter, Which Might Have Killed ‘Star Trek’ Actor Anton Yelchin, Underscores Need For Intuitive Car Electronics
A Jeep accident that killed “Star Trek” actor Anton Yelchin has drawn attention to problems that can arise when vehicles go from analog to digital.
Here are five charts that show how Britain's stunning Brexit vote shook stocks, currencies and markets this week.
But provisions that would allow food companies to make labels readable only via smartphone have drawn criticism.
Too odious for some Republican officials, Donald Trump has led them to call for changes in party rules.
Open Source Software Maker Red Hat Inc.’s Stock Buyback, Deal To Buy 3scale API Manager Sends Shares Plunging
Investors reacted to the open source software maker’s plans to acquire 3scale and buy back $1 billion in stock.
CEO Elon Musk said an acquisition of SolarCity could make Tesla a $1 trillion company. Then Tesla lost $3 billion in valuation.
Authorities began to reopen the streets around the Orlando gay nightclub Tuesday as merchants tried to get businesses back to normal.
CEO Elon Musk’s proposed $2.8 billion stock deal — to link two companies he helped launch — could become a sweet long-term play, or a massive money pit.
The Republican candidate has yet to guarantee that he won’t use donors’ money to pay back loans to himself.
Southern California Wildfires: Flames Erupt, Sparking Evacuations; At Least Seven Major Fires Have Broken Out In Three States
A sizzling heat wave has contributed to at least seven wildfires sparked in Southern California, New Mexico and Arizona.
Money And Politics: Donald Trump Trails; Super PAC Supporting Hillary Clinton Raises $12 Million In May
The presumptive Democratic nominee is heading into the general election flush with cash. Her expected opponent, not so much.
"I am here to run a police department, not a frat house," Mayor Libby Schaaf said at a news conference, after a second interim police chief departed amid a sex scandal.
Thomas Mair, accused of stabbing and shooting Labour Party lawmaker Jo Cox, gave his name as “death to traitors, freedom for Britain” when he appeared in court Saturday.
Omar Mateen Update: Pulse Gunman Was Eligible For Police Academy; Was Accused Stalker, High School Bully
Authorities in Florida also say they've recovered security camera footage from the Pulse nightclub massacre.
Gun CEO Questioned About ‘Military-Style’ Rifles As Smith & Wesson Stock Rallies On US Firearms Sales Growth
When questioned on sales of "military-style" rifles, CEO James Debney noted that background checks increased 2.2 percent last quarter.
Will Ride-Hailing Continue In Chicago? Uber, Lyft Face Vote On Whether Their Drivers Face More Stringent Background Checks
Chicago’s city council will vote next week on whether Uber and Lyft drivers will be required to undergo more regulatory scrutiny.
Will US Attack Syrian Forces? State Department Memo Shows Growing Desire To Oust Syria President Bashar Assad, Report Says
More than 50 State Department officials want a stronger U.S. response to the Syrian dictator, a memo obtained by the New York Times shows.
In a speech, Bernie Sanders said he looks forward to working with presumptive nominee Hillary Clinton — but he didn’t endorse her and didn’t end his campaign.
Was Labour Party rising star Jo Cox's murder the work of political opponents — or of "globalists" looking to win sympathy from the public? Any number of views appear online.
The families of people killed in mass shootings “don’t care about the politics,” the president said in Orlando, Florida. “And neither do I.”
Oakland Police Sex Scandal Explained: Department Receives Third Boss In A Week After Chief’s Resignation
A situation involving 23 officers from different forces, a prostitute and a suicide has taken down two police chiefs in a week.
Disney Gator Attack: American Alligators Rarely Attack Humans, But The Number Of Incidents Is Growing
Florida officials estimate there are only about seven unprovoked American alligator bites a year that require special medical treatment.
Wal-Mart (WMT) Layoffs: Retailer Cutting Back On In-Store Cash Counters At 500 Stores, But Most Expected To Take Other Positions
The retail giant wants store employees focused on customers, so it plans to test a consolidation of its invoicing and accounting operations, a report says.
Egyptian officials say they’ve found the remains of the Paris-to-Cairo flight that mysteriously crashed May 19.
Twitter Invests $70M In SoundCloud Two Years After Backing Away From Buying The German Audio Sharing Site: Recode
The microblogging site may be looking to the German audio-sharing site to boost its number of subscribers.