Jurors deliberating in the federal corruption trial of Joseph Percoco, a former top aide to New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, told the court that they were frustrated and divided.
The Pearson Family Members Foundation gave the University of Chicago $100 million in 2015 to fund research aimed at reducing conflict around the world. Now, it is suing the school for breach of contract.
A teachers strike that shut schools across West Virginia for nine days was resolved Tuesday, after state officials approved a pay increase for public school teachers that had been sought by unions.
House Speaker Paul Ryan urged the White House to adopt a more “surgical” approach on tariffs by focusing them on countries that abuse the trading system, stepping back from his calls for President Trump to drop his plan for broad aluminum and steel penalties.
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry resigned Tuesday after pleading guilty to a felony that stemmed from an investigation into an affair she had with an officer on her security detail.
Boris & Horton opened New York City’s first dog-friendly cafe last month, but unlike the city’s three cat cafes you have to bring your own canine.
The Senate is voting on a bill as early as this week that would make the largest changes to financial regulatory law since the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act. Opponents say the bill cuts protections against consumer abuses and financial crises. Supporters say it will help small lenders without undoing Dodd-Frank’s core tenets. Decide for yourself. Here’s what’s in the bill.
Some common “superbugs” appear to harbor a little-known type of resistance to a last-resort antibiotic, a new study shows, suggesting a worrying new way in which dangerous bacteria can evade one of the few remaining treatment options.
Synthetic-identity fraud is one of the fastest growing forms of identity theft—and the hardest to spot and combat. Scammers use phony names and unused Social Security numbers to secure debt, a crime that exposes a vulnerability in the U.S.’s credit-checking system. “It seemed too easy.”
Uber trucks start shuttling goods across Arizona — by themselves
SAN FRANCISCO — Uber has been sending self-driving trucks on delivery runs across Arizona since November, the first step in what promises to be a freight transportation revolution that could radically reshape the jobs of long-haul truckers. After ...
Uber's self-driving trucks have been hired to deliver freight in ArizonaRecode
Uber's Self-Driving Trucks Hit the Highway, but Not Local RoadsNew York Times
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In a rare moment of bipartisanship, parents hit the campaign trail, even when their offspring run for the opposite party; Bernie vs. Duffy.
The pope’s overall approval ratings are good with American Catholics, though an increasing number of Catholic Republicans have doubts about him.
Dyson's Pricey Cordless Vac Is So Good, It's Killing Cords Altogether
The Dyson upright ball vacuum, an iconic piece of engineering and design that made vacs a gadget worthy of your lust, is being eliminated. In its place is Dyson's latest cordless vac, the Cyclone V10. The company claims the V10's upgraded electric ...
Review: Dyson Cyclone V10 AbsoluteWIRED
There's A Psychological Trick Behind Dyson's New VacuumCo.Design (blog)
Dyson says it's done making corded vacuumsCNET
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Qualcomm Takeover Could Pose Security Risk, US Treasury Says
Broadcom Ltd.'s hostile takeover attempt of Qualcomm Inc. could pose a national security risk because of Qualcomm's leadership in developing critical semiconductor technology, according to the U.S. Treasury Department. Qualcomm's sale to Singapore ...
US panel says concerns over Broadcom deal warrant full investigation: TreasuryReuters
Qualcomm takeover battle intervention shows US security panel's expanding reachNasdaq
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U.S. News & World Report
Target Profit Misses Estimates in Holiday Quarter, Outlook Disappoints
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FILE PHOTO: Shoppers exit a Target store during Black Friday shopping in the Brooklyn borough of New York City, U.S., November 24, 2017. REUTERS/Brendan McDermid/File Photo Reuters. By Nandita Bose. NEW YORK (Reuters) - Target Corp missed profit ...
Target's sales shine, but the cost of reinvention is steepCBS News
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Target sales jump, profit misses in holiday quarterReuters
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Ranked: The Best And Worst Airlines In America
Laura Begley Bloom , Women@Forbes Transformative Travel: I look at how travel can change lives. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Tweet This. anyone remember when United pulled the guy off the plane? Drumroll, please, as we ...
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Detroit Free Press
How Domino's used technology to woo millennials and beat rival Pizza Hut
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Domino's and Ford want to see if customers like walking out to a driverless delivery vehicle when their pizza arrives. Detroit Free Press staff. dfp dominos tech.JPG. The Dominos voice app, that features "Dom" the only voice app that conducts retail ...
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Higher prices, layoffs, and economic nosedives: What Trump's trade war could mean for you
For the last three decades, Donald Trump has ranted that America is getting stiffed on trade. But as president, he's done little to back up his “America First” slogan—until now. On Thursday (Mar. 1), the US president announced tariffs of 25% on ...
Some steelworkers love Trump tariffs. Others fear them.Washington Post
We must separate fact from fiction on steel debateThe Hill
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Secretary of State Rex Tillerson heads to Africa this week for a five-nation trip focusing on counterterrorism, China’s influence and fence-mending, a visit that comes as the Trump administration tries to set out its priorities there.
Forbes Billionaires 2018: Meet The Richest People On The Planet
The gap between the really rich and the merely rich continues to widen, as fortunes soar to new heights. A record 2,208 billionaires made Forbes' 32 annual ranking of the world's billionaires. Altogether they are worth a record $9.1 trillion, up 18 ...
Trump slumps on Forbes billionaires listBBC News
Jeff Bezos moves to top spot on Forbes' annual billionaires listCBS News
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