Oklahoma Jury Finds Toyota Liable For Sudden Acceleration Fault; Awards $3M In Damages
The car maker had agreed to a settlement worth more than $1 billion in 2012 after recalling cars with sudden acceleration problems.
Shandong Court Rejects Bo Xilai Appeal To Uphold Life Sentence In Landmark Case
The Shandong high court’s decision comes as the Communist Party steps up its drive against corruption, but key questions remain unanswered.
Futures Show Stocks Could Gain On Thursday; Earnings, Jobless Claims, Factory PMI On Watch
Earnings from major companies and key data points such as trade, jobless claims and manufacturing PMI will hold investors’ interest.
YouTube Planning Premium Music-Subscription Service To Rival Spotify, Vevo, Rdio; Could Launch By 2013-End
The on-demand music video service could coincide with a revamp of YouTube’s mobile app, reports say.
Futures Indicate Stocks Set To End Winning Climb; Earnings Continue To Be In Focus
After lower-than-expected jobs data held up promise of a prolonging of Fed stimulus, the twisted euphoria seems to be fading.
Boston Marathon Bombing Suspect, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, Was Involved In 2011 Waltham Triple Homicide
The involvement of the elder Tsarnaev brother, Tamerlan, in the murders was revealed by a friend during an investigation.
Amazon Hikes Minimum Purchase Price On Super Saver Shipping Option; Expected To Post Yet Another Quarterly Loss
Amazon’s policy, according to its founder, is to put the customer first. But, critics say its latest move may go against that noble notion.
Stock Futures Subdued Ahead Of US Employment Data; Earnings Stay In Focus
Markets are expected to focus on earnings with an eye on employment numbers, which have been delayed by more than two weeks.
US Drones Killed Civilians In Pakistan, Yemen; Acts Could Count As War Crimes: Reports
Drone attacks by the U.S. have reportedly claimed many civilian lives and fanned anti-U.S. sentiment in the Middle East and South Asia.
Futures Indicate Earnings, Economic Data To Grab Market’s Attention As Shutdown, Debt Ceiling Concerns Recede
Earnings and economic data take center stage as shutdown, debt ceiling concerns move into the rear-view mirror.
AT&T Reaches Deal To Sell, Lease Towers To Crown Castle International For $4.85 Billion
AT&T will sublease capacity from Crown Castle for at least 10 years with an option to renew up to 50 years.
Cyclone Phailin Death Toll Limited To 15 Thanks To Timely Mass Evacuation; Rehabilitation Is Next Challenge
The upcoming challenges for the authorities include rehabilitating the thousands of evacuees and rebuilding the severely damaged region.
Dry Ice Bomb Goes Off At LAX For Second Night In A Row; FBI Probing First Incident
For the second night in a row, a dry ice bomb went off at Los Angeles International Airport, reports said.
Several Members Of Congress Including At Least 8 House Democrats Arrested At Immigration Rally In Washington
The arrests were made on Tuesday afternoon at a pro-immigration reform protest on Tuesday near the Capitol.
Britain's Peter Higgs And Belgium's Francois Englert Win Physics Nobel For Work On ‘God Particle’
The scientists who first predicted the Higgs boson particle have won the 2013 Nobel Prize in physics.
Bank Of Japan Maintains Status Quo On Monetary Policy, Says Japan's Economy 'Recovering Moderately'
The bank's policy board noted that Japan's economy is recovering moderately and that business sentiment has continued to improve.
UPDATE: Multiple Shootings In Chicago Injure 17, Kill 1
The city of Chicago saw a spate of shootings on Thursday evening, including a single incident that injured 12 people.
Hilton Worldwide Files For Up To $1.25 Billion Initial Public Offer
Ailing global hotels operator, Hilton Worldwide, will use the IPO proceeds to pay off debt.
JPMorgan Agrees To Pay $410M To Settle FERC Allegations Of Electricity Market Manipulation
The country’s largest bank will pay a record amount to settle FERC’s claim that the bank manipulated electricity markets between 2010 and 2012.
Northeastern Pennsylvania Helicopter Crash Claims 5 Lives, Including 1 Child
A helicopter crashed on Saturday night killing four adults and one child after the pilot reported a loss in altitude.
Cuba Says N Korean Ship Suspected Of Carrying Missiles From Cuba And Detained In Panama Is Carrying Obsolete Soviet-Era Weaponry
Cuba says N. Korean ship is carrying sugar, and obsolete rockets and military aircraft on their way to the Asian nation for repairs.
US President Barack Obama Plans Climate Change Push, Could Cover Carbon Emissions From Power Plants
President Obama is all set to announce a set of climate change reforms as early as next week.
Indian Rupee Fell To Yet Another Record Low Against The US Dollar Following The FOMC Meeting Conclusion
The rupee fell to a new low against the dollar after the FOMC suggested the Fed pull back on its bond-buying program.
Manufacturing Data Out Of China Sends Mixed Signals About The Economy's Health
HSBC's Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index for China, released Monday, showed it fell to 49.2 in May from 50.4 in April, showing a contraction. Official data, released Saturday, say otherwise.
Pat Robertson: Cheating Excused For Husbands, '700 Club' Televangelist Host Asks Wives To Make Home Enticing Instead
The 700 Club’s televangelist star Pat Robertson created a furor on Wednesday when he said on his TV show that wives should keep an enticing home to keep husbands from cheating.