Coordinated actions by ride-share drivers could leave them vulnerable to antitrust liability.
The four Democratic congresswomen seem almost designed to push the president’s buttons.
European immigrants on Ellis Island in New York Harbor in 1924. President Calvin Coolidge signed a restrictive immigration act into law that year.
Farmworkers in a strawberry field in Salinas, Calif.
President Trump in June at the launch of his 2020 campaign in Orlando, Fla.
His racist tweet is central to his 2020 re-election strategy.
The president’s political project requires more than a few leaps of faith.
Sensor-equipped garbage cans sound cool, but someone still has to take out the trash.
First graders on a “brain break” at Church Lane Elementary Technology in Randallstown, Md.
Gwen Carr on Tuesday called on Mayor Bill de Blasio to fire the police officer who had put her son Eric Garner in a chokehold leading to his death.
Amazon became the target of an antitrust investigation by the European Union on Wednesday over its use of merchants' data, underlining regulators' increasing focus on how tech companies exploit customer information.
Black enlisted men unloading ammunition from a boxcar under supervision of a white officer at Port Chicago.
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, the Mexican drug lord who twice escaped maximum-security prisons in that country, will spend the rest of his life in a U.S. penitentiary, a federal judge said on Wednesday after accusing him of "overwhelming evil."
U.S. homebuilding fell for a second straight month in June and permits dropped to a two-year low, suggesting the housing market continued to struggle despite declining mortgage rates.
U.S. lawmakers quizzed Facebook on Wednesday over its planned cryptocurrency, after a bruising first bout a day earlier when senators from both parties condemned the project, saying the company had not shown it could be trusted.
Firefighters doused flames rising from the roof at Notre-Dame in Paris in April. A security employee assumed an initial warning was a false alarm.
Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo, broke out of prison twice in Mexico before being extradited to the United States.
An annual membership for Citi Bike costs $169, up from $95 when the program launched in 2013.
Joaquín Guzmán (El Chapo), the notorious drug trafficker, after his recapture in Mexico in 2016.
Justice John Paul Stevens, seen in 2014, emerged as a central figure on the Supreme Court as it took an active role in balancing individual liberty and national security, and in policing the constitutional separation of powers.
A gauge of global stocks declined for a second straight session and U.S. Treasury yields rose as trade concerns again began to bubble and U.S. earnings season picked up steam.
Joaquin Guzman, the convicted Mexican drug lord known as El Chapo, has escaped twice from maximum-security prisons in Mexico, once by digging a mile-long tunnel from his cell.
Officials in Winston-Salem, N.C., are trying to transform the local economy, which was once dominated by the tobacco industry, into a biotech center.
Argo AI’s self-driving technology will be used by Ford and Volkswagen in ride-sharing services.
The increased use of drones by Iran and its allies for surveillance and attacks across the Middle East is raising alarms in Washington.
The agent Rich Paul watched an N.B.A. game between the Denver Nuggets and Philadelphia 76ers in February.
Protesters from the activist group PAIN in front of the Louvre on July 1. Members of the Sackler family own the company that makes the opioid OxyContin.
Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, who rose from humble origins in a mountain village to lead the Sinaloa Cartel, one of the world's most powerful drug trafficking gangs, was sentenced on Wednesday by a U.S. judge to life in prison, plus 30 years.
Microsoft Corp and AT&T Inc on Wednesday said they reached a deal under which the telecommunications company will tap Microsoft's Azure cloud service for its computing needs and use Microsoft 365, which includes Office productivity software, for much of its 268,000-strong workforce.
U.S. stocks treaded water on Wednesday as trade-related weakness hurt CSX Corp's profit, leading to a decline in railroad stocks and offsetting gains in shares of Abbott and Qualcomm.
U.S. presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, pushing an ambitious "Medicare for All" health plan that has split Democratic White House contenders, will urge his rivals on Wednesday to reject campaign donations from the health insurance and pharmaceutical industries.
After months of relative calm in cryptocurrency markets, bitcoin exploded back into life in April with its sharpest price jump in over a year - but few people could convincingly explain why.
Bank of America Corp lowered its annual net interest income guidance on Wednesday to reflect a weakened interest rate environment as the second-largest U.S. lender reported higher-than expected earnings fueled by strong consumer trends.
R&B singer R. Kelly pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to a raft of federal charges accusing him of running a scheme to force women and girls to provide sex for himself and others, and a judge ordered that he remain in jail without bail.
EU antitrust regulators will investigate Amazon, the world's largest online retailer, to see if its use of other merchants' data breaches EU antitrust rules, the European Commission said on Wednesday.
U.S. online retailer Amazon said on Wednesday that it would cooperate fully with EU antitrust regulators investigating its use of merchants' data.
The United States will "do what it can do" to help defuse a worsening political and economic dispute between South Korea and Japan, a senior U.S. diplomat said on Wednesday, as South Korea warned that the row would have global repercussions.
Japan will reject South Korea's request to hold another working-level meeting on Tokyo's recent tightening of export controls, Kyodo News reported on Wednesday, citing government sources.
The U.S. House of Representatives voted on Tuesday to condemn President Donald Trump for "racist comments" against four minority Democratic congresswomen, a symbolic measure aimed at shaming Trump and his fellow Republicans who stood by him.
U.S. officials say they are unsure whether an oil tanker towed into Iranian waters was seized by Iran or rescued after facing mechanical faults as Tehran asserts, creating a mystery at sea at a time of high tension in the Gulf.