Delta, American and United ban hoverboards as a fire danger
One of the more visible protesters during last year's unrest in Ferguson has been sentenced to eight years in prison for starting a fire at a gas station during demonstrations after a fatal police shooting in nearby Berkeley.
A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit over whether "Happy Birthday to You" — one of the best-known and beloved songs in the world — is owned by a music publisher who earned millions by enforcing its copyright.
Spotify mulls a 'paid only' option for new music releases
arents around the world have been understandably shaken by the hacking of a VTech database containing information on the more than 6 million children who use the company's toys.
A group of major food retailers promised in 2011 to open or expand 1,500 grocery or convenience stores in and around neighborhoods with no supermarkets by 2016. By their own count, they're far short.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday will take up a Mississippi case that challenges whether non-Indians can be sued in American Indian courts.
Man named Bud Weisser arrested at Budweiser brewery
A slump in the price of crude oil sinks energy stocks
Digital rights group alleges Google invades student privacy