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A mere 44 percent of Americans approve of the president's performance as president, while 48 percent disapprove, according to a survey.
Amid a growing controversy over his relationship with the press, Trump won't attend on one of Washington's premier events.
The Democrats have elected Tom Perez, Obama's Labor Secretary, to lead the Democratic National Committee.
"When trillions of dollars are managed by Wall Streeters charging high fees, it will usually be the managers who reap outsized profits."
The Huawei P10 comes in two variants - the regular 5.1 inch P10, and the 5.5 inch P10 Plus.
Movies with higher audience scores tend to beat out critical favorites at the Oscars, according to an indicator.
Bill Paxton, the actor known for starring in films such as "Twister" and "Apollo 13," died on Saturday due to complications from surgery, NBCNews reports.
At Mobile World Congress in Barcelona HMD Global took the wraps off the Nokia 6, Nokia 5 and Nokia 3.
What distinguishes a new Las Vegas arena is its dozens of video game consoles, The AP reports.
The Oracle of Omaha offered up his latest advice on the U.S. economy and investing in Berkshire's annual report.
The Nokia 3310 will have 22 hours talk time, 10 times more than the original.
God's love may be free, but the Vatican says it has a copyright on the pope.
A group of Snap’s insiders have decided to sell their personal shares in Snap as part of the IPO, Recode reports.
His fine-art foundry produces the actual bronze-and-gold Academy Awards.
80% of millennials carry cash, 64% most of the time. If a cashless society is inevitable, it's not happening fast.
A new BlackBerry device that runs Google's Android mobile operating system and has a physical keyboard was launched on Saturday.
American drivers are taking their eyes off the road more than ever before—and that danger behind the wheel is now going after your wallet. NBCNews reports.
The investing legend discusses some of his biggest mistakes and what he learned from them in his annual letter to shareholders.