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Conventional wisdom is that the Trump administration will bring comprehensive change; more likely, any change will be incremental.
Twitter is making it easier to report and block trolls and to enforce its policies.
Despite waging a long court battle, Trump failed to trademark his own name in the construction industry on the mainland, the SCMP reports.
The U.S. and President-elect Donald Trump have more to lose taking a protectionist path than the emerging economies.
The Republican Party's 2016 official platform, drafted over the summer, seeks to exempt women from "direct ground combat units and infantry battalions."
Representative Keith Ellison formally announced his candidacy to be the next chairman of the DNC, reports NBC News.
Customers using Chase ATMs at Walgreens and Duane Reade locations are now being warned of surcharges when using the machines.
McDonald's is adding another app to its repertoire: the McRib Finder.
One anti-anxiety drug, Ativan, had an average unit cost increase of a stunning 1,264 percent between 2014 and 2015 for Medicaid.
A study comparing three popular arthritis drugs shows they're all about equally safe and equally dangerous for the heart, reports NBC.
The molecules left behind on a set of keys, a phone or a handbag could be a key to solving criminal cases, according to a new study.
California's tech elite need to stop treating middle America like "flyover country," said Steve Case, co-founder of AOL.
Post-election, Americans are turning to Talkspace.
If the president-elect's campaign rhetoric matches his governing policies, America's tech capital may have good reason to be afraid.
Bair also advocated for congress to provide some fiscal stimulus to counter higher interest rates.
Facebook executives were briefed on an update that identified fake news, but the tool was never released, The Verge reports.
Scientists are using "minibrains" to understand how diseases and drugs interact with a normal human brain.
A Chili's in Texas came under fire over the weekend after its manager questioned a veteran's military service and took away his free meal.
Friend Finder Network was hacked and information made available on criminal marketplaces, reports The Verge.
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