Security researchers and owners will be able to dig into the software built into cars and farming equipment under new exemptions from the Librarian of Congress, who oversees a copyright law provision.
With the U.S. economy showing signs of slowing, Federal Reserve policy-makers are divided over how to respond.
An NPR poll found that a majority of people favor regulation of e-cigarette. Support rose with education. Nearly two-thirds of people with college or graduate degrees supported regulation.
Enrollment for HealthCare.gov plans for 2016 begins Sunday. Insurance shoppers should check their projected health costs and each plan's network of doctors and hospitals before choosing coverage.
The World Health Organization report said processed meats pose a health hazard because they increase the risk of colorectal cancer.
High Bridge Arms is shutting down at the end of the month. Gun enthusiasts say proposed city firearms regulations are forcing the store to close, but advocates of the new measures say that's not true.
Candidates' waning interest in the corn fuel shows that Iowa's role in shaping policy debates may be declining.
Walmart has applied to U.S. regulators for permission to test drones for home delivery and curbside pick up.
Online scams known as catfishing and astroturfing produce fake reviews for e-books published under fake names or generate false praise for restaurants. In either case, it pays to be skeptical.
The debt ceiling and budget deadlines are approaching at the same time. Here are the differences between the two.
What would happen if Russia cut U.S. undersea telecom cables, as a New York Times report suggests? It may require a massive, hyper-organized operation to hurt Americans' access to the Internet.
Congress is running up against a deadline to raise the debt ceiling, and Treasury Secretary Jack Lew says that risks "manufacturing a crisis for our country." What is the debt ceiling anyway? And what happens if the U.S. hits it?
The Internet has exploded in support of Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei after Lego refused to donate its toy bricks for an upcoming exhibition in Melbourne, Australia.
The World Health Organization's decision puts bacon, hot dogs and sausages in the same category of cancer risk as tobacco smoking. And beef, pork, veal and lamb are "probably carcinogenic," WHO says.
If you're seeing a political ad in your Facebook feed, there's probably a very specific reason that candidate is interested in you.
For three seasons, fans have flocked to Hulu for East Los High. The teen soap follows its characters through the tumult of adolescence and uses a secret weapon to deliver life lessons along the way.
As resale prices drop, the emissions cheating scandal is costing customers who want to sell their Volkswagen diesels. "I think it's a tainted product now," says analyst Dave Galvin.
Its critics see it as crony capitalism run amok; its supporters, as a vital part of America's economy. On Monday, a bipartisan group of House members will try to bring the Ex-Im Bank back to life.
With its stock price falling, Valeant Pharmaceuticals will hold a conference call Monday to try to reassure investors it's not doing anything wrong.
The Shanghai-listed investment firm Yantai Xinchao Industry Co., said in a securities filing over the weekend, it was a purchasing oil lands in the Texas counties of Howard and Borden.