The money will go back into the pockets of parents, who didn’t consent to buying coins, stars, and other virtual perks.
The bank says it’s expecting to settle another 11 class-action cases related to the fake-accounts scandal last year.
The president says he’s already succeeded in bringing auto-sector jobs back. Has he?
Few would agree with him.
After years of reported airstrikes in Syria, the Israeli ambassador in Moscow was suddenly summoned to explain his country’s recent attack.
The company has been struggling for a decade, but its most recent SEC filing paints a grim picture of the future.
The president has touted the rally as evidence of success. What does this drop mean?
In preparation for their White House visits, both Japanese and German officials studied the infamous feature for clues into the president’s thinking on world affairs.
One vote and the perils of over-interpretation
The U.S. central bank's decision on Wednesday was widely expected, and is a sign of the economy's strength.
A dispatch from the “Day Without a Woman” rally in New York
The Knesset passed a law that would deny entry to some foreign activists who support boycotting the Jewish state.
Seven years after abolishing mandatory military service, the country is now responding to “the security change in our neighborhood.”
The murder of Kim Jong Nam, the half brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, involved the use of VX nerve agent, one of the deadliest chemical substances on earth.
Around 100 workers were reportedly fired for participating in last week’s strike. Whether that’s legal remains to be seen.
On Thursday, small businesses around the country—many of them restaurants—are closing as their foreign-born employees walk out.
In a surreal joint press conference with the Israeli prime minister, the president did away with a cornerstone of American diplomacy in the Middle East.
The Israeli premier’s former American counterpart served as a useful foil and a predictable check on the Israeli right.
After the retailer cut ties with his daughter, the president took to Twitter to vent and sent the company’s stocks for a ride.