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Many liberals and progressives are still clinging to one faint hope that he can be blocked from the presidency — through the Electoral College.
Here's what a lot of people get wrong about the 1994 McDonald’s hot coffee lawsuit.
Paul Hansmeier and John Steele were charged with a "massive extortion scheme" in which they uploaded X-rated films to file-sharing sites and sued the people who downloaded them.
The U.S. intelligence community will soon disclose an estimate of the number of Americans whose electronic communications have been caught in the crosshairs of online surveillance programs.
Uber is sticking to its guns in refusing to apply for a $150 permit that the California DMV says it needs to operate self-driving cars on the streets of San Francisco. The Verge reports.
So many people visited the federal government website that the administration extended the deadline until early next week, NBC News reports.
"There's certainly some frothiness there," Shantanu Narayen tells CNBC.
It's a move critics are calling an unprecedented power grab orchestrated by the state's Republican-controlled legislature, NBC News reports.
The company underreported traffic from Instant Articles on iOS, causing comScore traffic numbers to be lower for many publishers.
Placing tariffs on our trading partners will hurt the U.S. automobile industry by disrupting a global flow, Bob Lutz says.
Many electors say they have been besieged by calls an emails amid heightened interest in the event, NBC News reports.
Clinton partly blames her loss on Russian hacking, and FBI director Comey's letter to Congress on the email probe, NBC News reports.
Global equity funds received $21 billion in the past week as investors embraced the 'Trump trade,' Bank of America/Merrill Lynch said.
Merck was awarded $2.54 billion in royalties by a jury in a patent lawsuit against Gilead Sciences over Gilead's hepatitis C drugs.
Families of college-bound students could improve their chances at financial aid by cutting their tax bill this year.
Redstone will continue to participate in meetings in a nonvoting role, Viacom says.
Yahoo has been the internet's troubled child for the past few years, reports NBC News.
Drillers are buying up land in the region at eye-popping prices. A coming surge in production could strain its resources.
President Barack Obama has no choice but to publicly reveal the evidence, NBC News political director Chuck Todd tells CNBC.
In December, investors often take profits on their stock winners in order to lock in their capital gains taxes for the year.
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Jim Cramer explains how the telecom empires may be striking back and what that means for your investments.
Jim Cramer sat down with top-ranked gamer Andy Dinh and Bracken Darrell, the CEO of Logitech, to hear about the boom in online gaming.
Jim Cramer sees Verizon and AT&T making comebacks based on their better-than-expected earnings reports.