Only 14 percent of initial public offerings in the U.S. so far this year were done by tech companies – the lowest level in years.
Up to 120 business students will get a free ride thanks to a gift from a real estate developer that had been intended to recruit new faculty.
The former Virginia senator decries the extremes to which both parties have moved and says he will consider running as an independent, where more people identify.
JetBlue has built a farm right outside its terminal at New York's JFK International Airport. It's the first urban farm at a U.S. airport. But will passengers ever get to harvest or eat the food?
A new Star Wars trailer showed up on Monday night after much fanfare, and we're now in a full promotional push for the next two months. But ... does the movie need one?
For years, it's been saying women should get annual mammograms starting at age 40. Now it says they can start at 45 — and then cut back to every other year starting at age 54.
The tour is being called "Tracy Morgan: Picking Up the Pieces" and is set to kickoff in Hammond, In. in February.
Faced with delays, hundreds of people are being forced to camp outdoors along the route that they hope ends in Austria, Germany, and other European Union nations.
An online essay has many agreeing that abuse and incivility undermine the social Web. But as with many cases of online speech, one man's bickering and snark are another man's freedom and dialogue.
In the exclusive club of American chief executives, some presidents are more exclusive than others. This is only a test.
The American Cancer Society says new research supports changing the age at which most women should start getting yearly mammograms. But the group's latest advice still conflicts with other guidance.
Rep. Paul Ryan could run, with or without support from the Freedom Caucus. Or he could choose not to run, leaving Boehner or perhaps a new candidate to fill the speaker's chair.
It's just the English songwriter and her guitar in this acoustic performance of "How Can I."
The Southern Poverty Law Center filed an ethics complaint against Judge Marvin Wiggins. Last month, the judge told a room full of people who owed fines they could stay out of jail by donating blood.
Humans are pathetic at athletic feats compared to animals. We get outrun by ostriches and outswum by penguins. But human physiology makes us aces at one sport: endurance running. Sorry, horse.
The band's singer and lyricist explains how moving to Los Angeles led to the depression and frustration that fuel Deafheaven's ferocious new album.
In her third outing as crime novelist Robert Galbraith, J.K. Rowling hits her stride with a fluid, complex mystery. Reviewer Annalisa Quinn says she excels at depicting evil, ordinary or otherwise.
Also: A senior Hamas leader is detained and accused of inciting attacks against Israelis; Ohio suspends executions after it can't find lethal injection drugs; and new drone rules are proposed.