Bernie Sanders was vigorously booed by his own supporters Monday as he urged them to rally around Hillary Clinton and defeat Donald Trump for president.
Donald Trump said he would cut taxes, tackle the national debt, and sharply reduce crime and violence against police in his speech to the Republican convention Thursday night. Here's a closer look at his plan and the figures he cited in making his case.
Melania Trump’s prime-time speech Monday contained passages that were the same as parts of the convention speech that future First Lady Michelle Obama gave in 2008.
Volkswagen executives in the U.S. have pledged to unveil restitution within a month for hundreds of American franchise dealers that have been damaged by the car maker’s diesel scandal, according to dealers that met with the company.
It’s much more than a game—it’s the future of how we’re going to interact with computers.
The SEC is investigating whether Tesla Motors breached securities laws by failing to disclose a fatal crash in May involving an electric car that was driving itself.
Serena Williams claims 22nd major singles title by defeating Angelique Kerber in Wimbledon final
A Minnesota officer fatally shot a man in a car with a woman and a child, an official said, with authorities looking into whether the aftermath was live-streamed in a Facebook video.
In a bit of cyber jujitsu, thieves are using laptops to access the advanced electronics in newer model cars and bypass ignition controls, making off with the vehicles.
In the 1800s, Americans cheered their neighbors’ drive for independence, inspired by the cosmopolitan founding vision of the U.S.
This past week’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland brought drama and media attention, but there was little immediate evidence that it had changed the thinking of voters in several communities in the battleground state that hosted the four-day event.
Volkswagen’s emissions cheating spanned more than a decade and stemmed from deliberate efforts by dozens of employees to mislead regulators and consumers about diesel-powered vehicles, according to a lawsuit alleging fresh details in the auto-giant’s deception.
European leaders fear the Turkish president will use the foiled military coup to further tighten power and clamp down on opponents, but they need him to help slow the numbers of immigrants entering Europe from the Middle East and beyond.
Global stocks rose and the British pound jumped, after the Bank of England kept interest rates on hold in the first major central bank policy decision following last month’s Brexit vote.
The rally in global stocks continued, with markets in Europe rising following more strong gains in Japanese shares overnight after the S&P 500 closed at a record high.
Global stock markets climbed as Japan’s best daily performance in months followed the S&P 500’s second-highest close in history.
Stock markets were mostly higher after a rebound on Wall Street, bolstered by gains in oil prices and signs the U.S. economy remains on track.
Global stocks were mostly lower as investors continued to question last week’s post-Brexit recovery in risky assets, while the pound touched its lowest level in over three decades.
In a deal with the potential to alter the next generation in the NBA, Kevin Durant said Monday that he is leaving the Oklahoma City Thunder to sign with the Golden State Warriors.
Islamic State claimed responsibility for a car bomb that exploded in a crowded Baghdad neighborhood, killing 72 people and wounding at least 150 others, Iraq’s interior ministry said.
First Egypt and now Turkey show the perils of ideological religious parties (and strongman rule), but other Muslim countries are faring better with democracy
Global stocks lost ground as investors paused after a rally that has seen Wall Street race past several records and European stocks recover most of their post-Brexit losses.
Federal authorities are investigating Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV over whether it committed fraud by allegedly faking new-car sales to pad its monthly business results, the company confirmed Monday.
Drug companies’ power to raise prices is firmly intact despite pushback from health insurers and scrutiny by U.S. lawmakers. More than two-thirds of the 20 largestpharmaceutical companies said price increases boosted sales of some or most of their biggest products in the first quarter.
Global markets rose slightly in volatile trade, extending a recent rally that saw Wall Street surge to record highs.
Britain’s Andy Murray beat Milos Raonic of Canada to win the Wimbledon men’s championship. It is Murray’s second Wimbledon title and third career Grand Slam victory.
A boost in hiring in June catapulted the S&P 500 to touch its record high Friday and lifted all major U.S. stock indexes back to where they were before the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union.
Two big British asset managers blocked worried investors from pulling money out of real-estate funds, and the pound sank to a new 31-year low Tuesday, twin signs that the U.K.’s vote to leave the European Union was shaking the country anew after days of relative calm.
Stocks and oil pulled back while gold and the yen climbed as investors turned cautious following last week’s rally.
Top-seeded Novak Djokovic, seeking to complete a calendar Grand Slam, instead lost to 28th-ranked American Sam Querrey on Saturday in the third round at Wimbledon.