The Republican convention in Cleveland helped unify the GOP, but Michael Bloomberg is endorsing Hillary Clinton in very public fashion.
Eadweard Muybridge revealed a new universe of motion with his camera, but history has largely obscured his extraordinary accomplishments with photography.
And hopes to sell it for a six-figure sum.
The presumptive Republican nominee has named Governor Mike Pence of Indiana as his running mate.
The price of the company's stock rose 25 percent on hopes that the gaming giant is primed for a resurgence.
Last month, the U.S. economy added 287,000 jobs—a big rebound in hiring.
The State Department is reopening its investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails, just as she puts a Justice Department investigation behind her.
The sordid story of the Trump Institute is a sequel to the damaging tale of Trump University.
31 out of 33 banks passed the annual tests showing that they could withstand a—hypothetical—recession.
In addition to compensating affected American customers, the German carmaker will dole out money to the EPA and the attorneys general of 44 states.
The U.S. Supreme Court strikes down two Texas abortion-clinic restrictions in a 5-3 decision.
The German carmaker will reportedly offer thousands of dollars in compensation to American owners, in addition to the opportunity to sell back their cars.
The justices split 4-4 on the Obama administration’s 2014 immigration plan, effectively blocking it.
The U.S. Supreme Court turned back a conservative challenge to the University of Texas at Austin’s plan to increase student diversity.
Britons are voting Thursday in a nationwide referendum on EU membership. Here is a brief guide to the issues, personalities, and policies involved in the sometimes-heated, often-entertaining debate.
The Federal Reserve has yet to raise rates in 2016, but Chairwoman Janet Yellen said that a hike in the coming months is “not impossible.”
The presumptive nominees are Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton—just as everyone predicted, right?
The super-group Prophets of Rage come at a time of much political music, but few iconically political musicians.
In a speech on Monday, the Federal Reserve Chairwoman says that while the numbers published last week were “concerning,” it’s important not to overreact to a single month’s results.
Economists were expecting the U.S. to add a modest 158,000 jobs last month. It only added 38,000.