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Markets in Asia were mostly flat in Monday trade after the latest missile test by North Korea this morning.
Not every item will be a bargain. Here's what you need to buy and what you should wait to purchase during the big sales this holiday week.
The Japanese term "omotenashi" may help account for growing interest in Japan's hospitality industry.
IBM's A.I. star joins Viome, a biotech start-up that tracks a person's microbiome ecosystem with tech born out of Los Alamos National Lab.
The Trump administration proposes selling off half the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserve over a decade to shrink the deficit.
People recognize Lyft because of the pink mustache, but the company is swapping out that logo with a device that can help drivers.
The victims were discovered in three separate locations, according to a Mississippi Bureau of Investigation spokesman.
Trump and the Canadian prime minister held a NAFTA chat on the sidelines at the G-7 summit but it appears the dairy spat didn't come up.
See what International Living ranks as this year's top 5 easiest places to move abroad for retirement or just for a change of pace.
With help from international talent and a flourishing second tier, America is increasing its clout in the world of soccer.
Former Secretary of the State and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton spoke about resilience, 'defending truth' and dreaming boldly.
Many investors, even those who work with a financial advisor, have no idea how much money they would lose in a stock market crash.
L'Oreal is making human skin in the lab to test products and reduce animal testing. Coming soon: 3-D printed skin for tissue engineering.
E-Trade found a surprising demographic group has been getting into options trading: Millennials.
In 1919, the Red Sox sent Babe Ruth to the Yankees for $100,000, now collectors have a chance to own a piece of that history.
U.S. President Donald Trump has agreed to include a pledge to fight trade protectionism in a final communique due to be released later on Saturday at the end of a summit of Group of Seven leaders, a G-7 source said.
AI is all the rage, but some doctors fear that it's an advertising tagline.
Bill Gates, Elon Musk and Mark Cuban say reading fiction helped them become successful.
Kushner — President Donald Trump's son-in-law — reportedly proposed the channel to the Kremlin at an early December meeting.
The Clinton and Trump administrations share something in common: a "war room" for a major White House investigation, NBC reports.