Hundreds of thousands of Brazilians flooded the streets on Sunday in record protests calling for President Dilma Rousseff's removal.
In some cities like Philly, things have had to fall back into the hands of its citizens. Like picking up garbage, NBC reports.
The Justice Department filed its latest response to the iPhone maker in the fight over encryption.
NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden claims authorities don't necessarily need Apple to unlock iPhone.
The Justice Department sends the German automaker a subpoena under a bank fraud law.
Former first lady Nancy Reagan has died, according to a spokeswoman with the Reagan Library. She was 94.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are up double digits in Michigan's March 8 primary, NBC News reports.
The city's Municipal Transportation Agency collected $6.1 million in overpaid and duplicate parking tickets over a 17 year period.
Bernard Byrne, CEO of AIB, says Ireland is used to coalition governments and a stable situation will come soon.
Meg Whitman, an official with Chris Christie's defunct campaign, is denouncing his endorsement of Donald Trump, NBC News reports.
Donald Trump is leading in the Super Tuesday states of GA and TN, while Ted Cruz is ahead in his home state of TX, NBC News reports.
A poll shows nearly half of respondents siding with the tech company's position to deny FBI access.
Financial advisors Jeff Rose and Tim Maurer share the 10 most effective strategies investors can adopt to reach long-term investment goals.
With a vote to free boxes from the stranglehold of cable providers, the FCC may have triggered a battle between media companies of all stripes.
The Federal Reserve should stick with its plan to raise interest rates gradually, a top policymaker said on Thursday.
The ruling requires the tech company to supply highly specialized software to the FBI.
A Supreme Court analyst thinks Attorney General Loretta Lynch is the "likely candidate" to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia.
After an attempted data hack at the IRS, former head of security at Bank of America and former FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker, discusses how the U.S. can do a better job of protecting data.
Based on a price of nearly $6 million and a square foot size of 2000, a Brooklyn property just sold for $2900 per square foot.
The former executive of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party is taking over as the country's economy minister.