Watch as accused mafia members leave court and try to avoid the media. But one alleged mobster spoke with Newsweek on camera about the charges against him.
Some retailers are trying to cash in on the Pokémon Go craze by paying for "lure modules," which put images of Pokemon characters in their shops to attract players into their businesses.
A comparison of Melania Trump’s speech in Cleveland Monday night and Michelle Obama’s from the first night of the Democratic National Convention in Denver eight years ago shows phrases repeated nearly word-for-word.
Starbucks customers across the United States have been telling their baristas this week that their names are "Black Lives Matter". How well is it working?
Tom Griffiths noted a Virginia law that makes daily fantasy sports legal and said he welcomes regulation by other states.
Luxury SUVs grabbed the spotlight at the New York International Auto Show, as carmakers place their bets on the highly profitable vehicles.
As soccer's global governing body votes in a new president, watch a gallery of high-ranking officials booted from soccer amid the sport's bribery and corruption scandal of the past year.
A look back at the events that changed Egypt’s political landscape since the uprising that ousted autocrat Hosni Mubarak.
The mayors of two of America's largest cities make an urgent plea for people to stay off the roads as a monster snowstorm plagues the East Coast.
Welcome to Davos, where the elite meet and greet in the Swiss ski resort town. Take a look at the actors, leaders and entrepreneurs we have seen at the World Economic Forum 2016.
A look at the best videos from CES 2016 in Las Vegas, including the rise of Chinese companies at CES, big screen TVs, the connected home, the proliferation of drones, a number of new virtual reality headsets and many developments in self-driving and electric cars.
Plenty of things to pamper your pet are being hawked at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Watch as Princess Fiona impresses the crowd by playing an electronic game to earn herself doggie treats.
From monitoring biometric data to tracking weight loss, we look at health wearables for the heart and soul at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES 2016) in Las Vegas.
Getting into space is an expensive business. But a re-usable space plane like this could revolutionize hyper-sonic flight and make space access much cheaper.
With world leaders in Paris talking about climate change, a look at whether or not the discussion may meet environmentalists expectation and how investors may profit.
The Eiffel Tower lights up with messages of hope during the international climate conference hosted by France.
Americans don't trust mobile payments. Most say, they'll use cash or debit cards for their holiday shopping, according to a study from Bankrate.com.
Parisians and tourists pay respects to the 130 people killed across the city in attacks linked to the Islamic State group.
Egyptian builders are using discarded materials and plastic objects to create an eco-friendly home in a Cairo suburb.