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Hacker Jan Krisller demonstrated his ability to replicate a fingerprint using a high-resolution photo at a conference this weekend.
Billionaire hedge fund manager David Tepper said the S&P 500 could rise 8 to 10 percent from current levels.
A military couple had to change their wedding venue at the request of the White House, according to NBC News.
The world's werewolf population likely will have one less member, thanks to the benevolence of Argentine President Christina Fernandez de Kirchner.
On some domestic and international flights, paper or electronic boarding passes come packed with a wide variety of on-the-ground bonuses.
One third of respondents said Bieber was their least desired celebrity neighbor, but more said they don't want any celebrity neighbor.
Top-tier venture capitalists in Silicon Valley are looking to replace the kennel model for pets.
Historically, stocks go up in January as people start buying again. But is the January Effect still real?
Sony said "The Interview" has earned more than $15 million in online sales and another $2.8 million in theaters, thanks to the hacking publicity.
Charity went mobile in 2014, and some orgs did better than others. Here are 5 charity hashtags that took the virtual world by viral storm.
Need to make room for all those holiday gifts? Donate or resell some of your older stuff and get a tax break or cash back, too.
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This Sacramento estate comes complete with its own private sports complex, basketball court included.
Some stores are making it easier to return or exchange gifts by offering longer return periods, and there are even apps to do it.
Drones will help with Amazon's expansion outside the U.S. in 2015.
From executive gaffes to failed devices, there was plenty to talk about in tech in 2014.
Classic con-artist routines, namely three-card monte and the shell game, apparently made a return to New York City streets for the holidays.
After losing her job, Lisa Rochelle decided to take a chance on starting a cake design business. Her secret weapon: her finance background.
Santa tracking: What began as a mistake by Sears has become a competition between two of the technology world's biggest companies.
The value of getting a college degree abroad can seem more attractive amid rising college costs, but it's not a good fit for everyone.