The chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase has had an awfully tough period in his personal life.
Typhoon Nida swept through Hong Kong, shutting down most of the financial hub with gale-force winds and disrupting hundreds of flights.
A judge ruled that an HIV pill to prevent infection could be funded by the U.K.'s state health service, in a victory for AIDS campaigners.
The economic cost of poverty on U.K. government finances has been calculated in a new report published this week.
Billed as the 8th installment in the series, the play has awakened new Pottermania, but author J.K. Rowling says, "Harry is done now."
Texas state police confirmed that 16 people died in the crash of a hot-air balloon, which struck power lines and burst into flames.
Investor jitters about a softer-than-expected game allocation for Wynn Resorts' newest Macau casino-resort property sent the stock lower.
Fitbit wristbands monitor people's steps, heart rate, sleep, calories burned and more, BuzzFeed reports.
Dubbed as the “definition of adventure” by its pilots, CNBC takes a look back at some of Solar Impulse 2’s most noteworthy moments.
Sports-related brain injuries may be a top emerging area for insurance claims, S&P has warned, after the WWE was sued by more than 50 former wrestlers.
The famous swirling red eye on Jupiter's surface appears to supply enough heat to warm the rest of the planet's upper atmosphere.
"I had an argument with my wife. I said, this will be a misstep in my career," Ian Ziering tells CNBC.
Medical students and members of the public will be able to watch a live hernia surgery in 360-degree virtual reality (VR) later this week.
The City of Brotherly Love, where convention festivities turned testy Monday, was baking, along with much of the East Coast.
Mother-in-law of Formula One chief has been kidnapped in Sao Paulo and criminals are demanding $36.5 million in ransom, reports say
Michael Jordan has taken heat for not being outspoken enough on politics and social justice issues, NBC News reports.
Spain has recorded its first case of a baby born with the microcephaly birth defect associated to the Zika virus, health authorities said.
Swimming's governing body, FINA, has ruled seven Russian swimmers ineligible to compete at the Olympics.
Research shown at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference suggests people with complex careers may be resistant to the disease.
Chinese soccer fans were left furious Monday after a long-awaited Manchester derby was abruptly canceled just hours before kickoff.
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