Facing new regulations, the home-sharing site is suing its hometown of San Francisco and fighting local housing authorities.
Could a “Texit” occur? The U.K.’s divorce from the European Union has emboldened a long-festering Texas secessionist movement in the United States.
Angry viewers have been sounding off on social media amid the satellite TV company’s latest carriage dispute.
Broadway’s biggest night has never been a TV ratings-getter among youth, but then there’s never been a show like “Hamilton.”
Thousands of dogs are reportedly killed each year for a festival in southern China despite a global campaign to stop it.
The network agreed to update stories in which Dr. Sanjay Gupta mistakenly referred to prescription drug overdoses as the leading cause of preventable death.
The preferences of viewers nostalgic for the Reagan era have been cast aside recently as the network opts instead to cover breaking news.
The publicity-averse actor behind “The Brown Bunny” is suing Facebook over a profile he says has hijacked his identity.
In a major change to its format, Twitter will reportedly no longer count links or photos toward the 140-character limit.
The TV spot in which Carly Fiorina introduced herself as Ted Cruz’s running mate had the most negative impact of any campaign ad this year, a study found.
An effort to convince the awards to recognize music released for free is gaining traction.
As newsstand sales drop, publishers are offering deep discounts to compensate. They may be making matters worse.
Many blame Formosa Plastics for tons of fish piling up along the nation’s coast. Some critics want famed environmental crusader Erin Brockovich to get involved.
A new federal lawsuit accuses the social media giant of sending texts to owners of “recycled” cell phone numbers.
The paper of record said Tuesday it will close production facilities in France, but the news bureau will remain intact.
The Philadelphia cable giant is expected to add pay-TV subscribers for the second consecutive quarter.
The parent company of USA Today said Monday it wants to purchase Tribune Publishing for $815 million.
Fiercely protective of his music, the Purple One waged legal battles throughout his career. Were they just good business?
The annoying hassle of having to switch between devices could soon get a little easier with over-the-air integration.
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hip-hop retelling of America’s founding became the first musical to win a Pulitzer since 2010.
Industry groups said the president’s call to open up cable boxes shows disregard for the FCC rule-making process.
The video-streaming giant is expected to report a huge jump in international subscribers Monday thanks to a major push into new territories.
The streaming video giant led by CEO Reed Hastings is finally raising prices on longtime subscribers, but it offers a lower-tier plan.
The Seattle tech giant reportedly is hosting leaked data, but getting at the information won’t be easy for law enforcement.
Updates to Airbnb’s terms of service expand its privacy provisions and strengthen its ability to mitigate legal disputes.
Mashable, an 11-year-old technology news site, said Thursday it received $15 million in new funding led by Turner.
Privacy groups say their warnings about the potential abuses of face-recognition technology are not being heard.
“Cord-shaving” is a growing trend in pay TV, and some of the most popular networks face the biggest threat.
Vendors of free daily papers would disappear from New York City subway stations if a proposal wins approval.
The publication said Thursday it will cut 250 jobs, including 100 editorial positions, in order to break even.