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More members of the Super Bowl winning Patriots are refusing an invitation to the White House, NBC News reports.
Neurala is a software company looking to bring the AI phenomenon to consumer devices and influence how they operate in real time.
NBC News reports President Trump's policies have inspired a generation of women to seek public office in response to perceived gender bias.
A deal will release another tranche of funds from Greece's €86 billion bailout, and facilitate a big repayment this summer, Reuters reports.
A team of scientists have discovered in a groundbreaking study that how you feel may be linked to your genetic makeup.
There's a lot you can learn from the most productive countries, which have the shortest workdays.
Technology could be a threat to happiness, but Professor Robert Waldinger has some advice on how to counter this.
Several designers used the runway as a means to speak out about the political climate, addressing issues from diversity to women's rights.
Market sentiment is switching, Destination Wealth Management's Michael Yoshikami says.
An analysis of satellite images shows a new and larger missile-related facility.
Barack Obama and Richard Branson have a friendly challenge while vacationing in the British Virgin Islands.
Iraq won't take part in any regional or international conflicts, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said on Saturday.
The "Fast Money" traders discussed which stocks to sell to take advantage of the market's record high closing on Friday.
In addition to meeting with various tech leaders and CEOs in the United States, President Trump also met with union leaders.
Jim Cramer lays out why oil and interest rates could influence the market more than earnings next week.
Jim Cramer eyes a speculative defense stock that’s been on fire since Election Day.
Pushback is emerging from conservative Republicans over President Trump's apparent support for the Export-Import Bank.
Jim Cramer explains how the new stay at home economy is negatively impacting bricks and mortar.
The official said the administration plans to defend the order on its merit before a federal district court instead.