Uber's official policy is to permanently ban drivers who don't allow passengers with service dogs.
North Korea said that the latest "act of goodwill" from the U.S. is not enough to restart stalled nuclear negotiations.
The Czech Republic is the latest European nation to suggest a tax on the revenue of digital companies.
Americans are choosing to have more homes built amid a relatively strong economy and lower mortgage interest rates.
Chick-fil-A has decided to stop donations to anti-LGBT groups, and some prominent conservative voices are unhappy with the move.
A report from the Governors Highway Safety Association pushes for more states to adopt mandatory rear-seat seat belt laws.
Fewer foreign students are attending U.S. universities, with the Trump administration claiming it is due to the high cost of tuition.
Here's a look at some of the most interesting vehicles to be on display at the event in Los Angeles, which begins on Nov. 22.
Dunkin' is ending a New England practice called "double-cupping" as the company eliminates Styrofoam.
Bill Gates has surpassed Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos as Microsoft stock has had a strong growth year.
North Korea has called Biden a "rabid dog" who needs to be put down.
It's still unclear if the public impeachment hearings will affect how Americans view President Trump.
Louisiana's gubernatorial election on Saturday is a major test to see how Trump's message is affecting voter behavior.
Twitter hopes that its political ad ban will make the platform less susceptible to disinformation.
Trump will reportedly visit the facility to convince U.S. companies that they should not outsource their jobs.
The German government will announce whether the country has technically entered a recession or not on Thursday.
Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte cut the Netherlands' speed limit in an attempt to tackle the country's nitrogen emissions crisis.
The North Korean government is frustrated over joint military exercises between the South Korea and the U.S., saying that the exercises derail ongoing nuclear negotiations.
Consumer prices rose in October as the U.S. economy continues to grow.
Senate Democrats released a report on Tuesday that made numerous allegations against Trump's $16 billion bailout to U.S. farmers hit by tariffs.