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"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" shattered the domestic box office record with an estimated $238 million in N. American sales, and $517M worldwide.
The Republican candidate called Hillary Clinton a "liar" for claiming his proposed to ban on all foreign Muslims has aided Islamic State's efforts.
U.S. regulators are probing complaints about Theranos by two former employees, according to the Wall Street Journal.
George Takei told CNBC that Donald Trump's support for a ban on Muslim immigration to the U.S. was a "chilling" proposal.
A bold federal effort to curb prescribing of painkillers may be faltering amid stiff resistance.
More home lenders are reporting easing credit standards, according to Fannie Mae, and they expect standards to ease rather than tighten in the near future.
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.
The tabletop game industry might not be as big as video games, but it is by no means fading out.
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.
While anyone can put on a red suit and wear a white beard, it takes a little something extra to capture the magic of Santa. These schools can help.
Isis Pharmaceuticals on Friday announced that it will change its name to Ionis Pharmaceuticals.
California's proposal to make driverless cars have someone at the wheel are "perplexing", Google said on Thursday.
BlackBerry delivered quarterly results on Friday that beat Wall Street expectations.
Turing Pharmaceuticals' CEO did almost everything he could to draw attention to himself even as prosecutors eyed him for securities fraud.
The updated numbers set the franchise film on pace for $200M+ through Sunday, the Walt Disney announced Friday.
Goldman Sachs sees further weakness for oil on the worsening of already weak fundamentals after OPEC refused to cut production.
The unseasonably warm weather has left some people feeling cold about holiday shopping.
The Gillette Company is suing online razor supplier Dollar Shave Club in federal court for patent infringement.
Tech firms are seeing a growing market for virtual reality, and its applications are stretching beyond the obvious.
The tenure of Janet Yellen as Chair of the Fed will be looked upon with the same disdain as one of her predecessors, according to a strategist.
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