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Two weeks after Republican megadonor Sheldon Adelson purchased the Las Vegas newspaper, its top editor resigned. The New York Times reports.
Black Lives Matter protested police killings of unarmed blacks, to show it could affect the economy on one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
Being on a Christian-friendly company list means that a company is less likely to rank high on the LGBT ranking that inspired it.
Rand Paul celebrated Festivus, made famous by "Seinfeld," by launching the traditional "airing of grievances" on Twitter.
About 2.1 million people under age 35 have signed up for coverage on HealthCare.gov.
Unlike an earlier version, the new law allows authorities to use digital information without regard to timeliness.
GOP Presidential candidate Marco Rubio is calling Russian President Putin a "thug and a gangster"; UPS says it expects to deliver some 36 million packages today; and McDonald's is trying out mac and cheese, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
According to an experiment by the Morning Consult, Trump's numbers need more explanation. It's not why they're so high. It's why they're so low.
Hillary Clinton is finding herself in the crosshairs of several Republicans, reports NBC's Tracie Potts.
Rick Santorum says he hopes the Iowa caucuses will give his long-shot presidential candidacy a boost, despite his weak polling numbers.
Vireo Health New York is getting ready to sell medicinal cannabis in New York State in the new year.
Lindsey Graham's departure leaves 13 Republicans vying for the 2016 presidential nomination.
Industry insiders say Tim Cook made a compelling case that he is acting in shareholders' interests.
See how well you know the thinking behind the wealthy supporters of the presidential candidates. The answers may surprise you.
Beginning on Monday, owners of drones will have to register their unmanned aircraft with the Federal Aviation Administration.
In the span of a mere 11 days this month, $1 billion in future federal tax payments vanished. Here's why. The NYT reports.
The Republican candidate called Hillary Clinton a "liar" for claiming his proposed to ban on all foreign Muslims has aided Islamic State's efforts.
President Barack Obama, in a year-end address, also tried to assure citizens that the government working to protect against terrorist attacks on U.S. soil.
Apple's CEO had some harsh words for critics of the company's handling of overseas profits in a clip of an upcoming "60 minutes" interview.
About 2.4 million new Obamacare customers have been signed up on the federal insurance exchange.