Apple's (AAPL) new streaming music service has more than 6.5 million paid users, with another 8.5 million on free trials, said CEO Tim Cook, speaking at a Wall Street Journal tech event. He also talked about the Apple Watch, Apple TV, and car rumors.
DraftKings said an independent investigation has found that one of its employees did not use inside information to win $350,000 from rival fantasy sports site FanDuel. (NBC News)
Oscar Pistorius has been released on parole, just short of a year into his five-year sentence for killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. South Africa's "Blade Runner" still faces house arrest and a prosecutor appeal. (Reuters)
Federal officials are looking into reports that a personal AOL email account belonging to CIA Director John Brennan may have been hacked by a high school student. (NBC News)
Donald Trump still led all GOP presidential rivals with 25 percent support, according to the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll. Meanwhile, Ben Carson remained in second place with 22 percent.
Jim Webb, who complained about time repeatedly during the first Democratic presidential debate, is considering running as an independent. (USA Today)
Mired in anemic economic growth, Canada voted in liberal Justin Trudeau, son of a former prime minister, delivering a stunning defeat to the current conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper. (CNBC & Reuters)