Sen. Elizabeth Warren faced direct challenges from several of the 11 other candidates onstage, who took her on over her policies, her fitness to serve as commander in chief and her willingness to question the motives of Democrats who support less transformational ideas.
Mucus may be gross, but we produce a lot of it. And new research is uncovering just how beneficial it is in the human body.
Even while the National Rifle Association, Republican lawmakers and critical customers have blasted CEO Ed Stack, he said the company’s entire firearms category is under “strategic review.”
Sources say President Donald Trump’s deployment of Vice President Mike Pence is part of a broader pattern of using both executive authority and high-ranking officials to advance his personal or political interests—even in cases when the subordinates appear not to know that another agenda is in play.
Under Sen. Bernie Sanders’ plan, the government would increase a firm’s corporate tax rate if its highest-paid employee earns more than 50 times what its average worker does—an attempt to encourage companies to distribute their profits more equitably.
But some ethical hackers worry the industry, which has historically prioritized making their machines easier for election administrators to use rather than making them as secure as possible, isn’t ready to make big changes. They fear the companies won’t work quickly enough to fix the bugs they discover and could use non-disclosure agreements to enforce silence about dangerous bugs that could compromise an election.
In the midst of the longest economic expansion the United States has ever seen, the separation between rich and poor from 2017 and 2018 reached its highest level since the Census Bureau started tracking it in 1967.
Uber has faced increased scrutiny of its safety practices in recent months. Many riders have alleged sexual harassment and other types of misconduct, sparking lawmaker scrutiny.
British travel firm Thomas Cook declared bankruptcy Monday, stranding hundreds of thousands of travelers and prompting the British government to initiate what it is calling the largest peacetime repatriation in the nation’s history.
Should the recovery take weeks or months, the impact could be far-reaching. Higher fuel prices can not only motivate consumers to cut spending elsewhere but also ultimately reach into virtually every corner of the economy.
In a series of heated exchanges at a presidential debate Thursday night, 10 Democratic contenders laid bare the party’s deep divisions on major issues.
A legal tug of war has unfolded over a 2015 rule that gave the Environmental Protection Agency much broader authority over the nation’s waterways. Critics say the Obama rule gave the federal government far too much power; supporters counter that it prevents the loss of vast swaths of wetlands.
China extended an olive twig, rather than a branch, to the United States in their trade war Wednesday, announcing it would exempt 16 American-made products from tariffs as a sign of goodwill ahead of talks scheduled for next month.
A team of Federal Trade Commission investigators has begun interviewing small businesses that sell products on Amazon.com to determine whether the e-commerce giant is using its market power to hurt competition.
Apple’s pricing was perhaps the most significant news of the day because it was a stark reminder of how the company is evolving from a high-end hardware-maker into a mass market digital services provider.
About the size of a tailgate-party beer cooler, the robots can cross streets, climb curbs, travel at night and operate in both rain and snow. The service from a San Francisco-base startup launched Monday.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg, whose poll numbers have lingered in the single digits this summer after a fast start earlier in the year, is set to run his first television ad of the campaign.
It is unclear whether some or all of the attorneys general also plan to open or announce additional probes into other tech giants, including Amazon and Facebook, which have faced similar U.S. antitrust scrutiny.
Drugmaker Purdue Pharma is negotiating a multibillion-dollar settlement with lawyers for local and state governments that would resolve about 2,000 lawsuits against the company.