Foreign tourism is a $250 billion-a-year business in the U.S, USA Today reports.
In a massive raid, 34 people were arrested Tuesday in Italy just as the gang was about to launch its scheme, NBC News reports.
PwC gets a reprieve despite its mix-up that saw "La La Land" given Best Picture award instead of "Moonlight."
Former Bear Stearns boss Cayne is suing bond heiress Lebenthal for not fully paying him back a $1 million loan.
NASA released its latest batch of images taken by the cameras aboard the Juno spacecraft.
Researchers say this is the first time a device has restored this much arm movement in a person with a chronic spinal cord injury.
Italian investigators said they foiled a plot to steal the body of legendary Formula One racing pioneer Enzo Ferrari and demand a ransom.
Flights between the U.K. and Europe could be suspended indefinitely if Britain fails to strike a new air travel deal with the EU, says Ryanair CMO.
Tens of thousands of homes remained without power as dawn broke on Wednesday after Cyclone Debbie tore through northeast Australia.
Researchers have crafted artificial retinas that can be implanted entirely inside the eye, offering hope to those with macular degeneration.
The next Apple iPhone could signal the end for smartphones, as the market reaches a saturation point, according to an industry expert.
On Day of Silence no flights are allowed in or out of the island, electricity use is limited and cars are prohibited on the streets.
An experiment may solve a serious limitation facing lab-grown human tissue transplants.
A repurposed rodent trap might be the best way to control the spread of dangerous, even fatal, tick-borne diseases across the United States.
The U.K.’s new £1 coin has been dubbed the “most secure” in the world by the Royal Mint, which released the updated tender Tuesday.
Google is releasing an artificial-intelligence powered, voice-activated device in the U.K. on April 6 to compete with the Amazon Echo.
PV Sindhu, India's Olympic silver medalist in badminton, has become the country's second-highest paid sports celebrity for endorsements.
Changing social attitudes is the very reason the state is so alarmingly brazen in stifling its own population, Vox reports.
That foreboding looking shape in the sky might be a new cloud called "Undulatus Asperatus," The Verge reports.
The idea of a universal basic income is nothing new, but now more people are beginning to consider its feasibility in the U.S.
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