John L. Tishman, who helped transform the skylines of Chicago, Detroit, Los Angeles and New York, died on Saturday, the NYT reports.» Read More
Superstar DJ and producer sees potential despite industry protests over inadequate compensation for artists' work.
COP21 is all about how to save the world from climate change's catastrophic effects. Key leaders weigh in on what needs to be done.
Hoverboards are gaining popularity as holiday gifts, but you might want to think twice before traveling with one this holiday season.
An NOAA meteorologist explains why the Northeast and Midwest are so warm this December.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer gave birth to identical twin daughters early Thursday morning.
From Ben & Jerry's to Mars, U.S. food companies are in Paris for the U.N. climate talks as they push for a plan to slow global warming.
Facebook is looking at ways it can keep feeding news updates to its users when there is a slower mobile connection.
Drenching storms triggered mudslides and flooding in the Pacific northwest, authorities and local media reported.
Talking to children about giving is the most effective way to encourage philanthropy. Here are some ways your child can make an impact.
Data from iHeartMedia showed the top songs across the country during the year. But it turns out the data are far from correct.
A new survey asked Americans how much they'd pay for a once in a lifetime gourmet experience. The results may surprise you!
What does Warby Parker co-founder Neil Blumenthal want for the holidays? A trip to this exotic destination—and a drone to shoot the photos!
The seven other finalists include Donald Trump, the Black Lives Matter protest movement and Uber's CEO, Travis Kalanick.
The embattled carmaker has kicked off a crucial few days in its hometown with good news: The carbon emissions issue is not as bad as first feared.
China is being accused of trying to weaken the new global climate accord due to be finalised by Friday, the Financial Times reports.
Authorities believe that 'speculative' ticket selling may constitute deceptive advertising, violating state business laws, the New York Times reports.
Concerns on whether proposed air pollution regulations in the U.S. are ‘fatally flawed’ have been dismissed by the organization who backs it.
This Air Force officer started a new lawn game. Is it worth quitting his day job (the military) over? Carol Roth has the answer.
EU antitrust regulators charged Qualcomm on Tuesday of using its market power to thwart rivals, putting the company at risk of a hefty fine.
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said he had done nothing wrong in receiving hundreds of millions of dollars into his personal bank accounts.