South Korean lawmakers say the country's spy agency has acknowledged exploring the purchase of technologies to intercept communication on the popular Kakao Talk smartphone chatting service.
The New York Times gets some credit, I guess, for trying to divine how the conservative opposition plans to go after Hillary Clinton.
While surfing the web the other day I saw a headline including the phrase “Why BMI is Useless” and I just had to click.
The U.K. inflation rate dropped to zero in the year ending in June, offering a boost to consumers at a time of when household wages are growing.
After fretting over a Greek bailout, a collapse in Chinese stocks and the timing of an interest rate increase, investors are hoping U.S. corporate earnings will bring more reassuring news this month.
The wave of consolidation that swept the U.S. airline industry has markedly reduced competition at many of the nation's major airports, and passengers appear to be paying the price in higher fares and fees, an Associated Press analysis has found.
Iran and the United States and its negotiating partners finally reached agreement Tuesday on a deal that would curb Iran's nuclear program in exchange for sanctions relief -- setting up a looming showdown between President Obama and Congress, where lawmakers could take issue with several provisions, including one giving Iran leverage over inspections.
The Department of Veterans Affairs may have to shut down some hospitals next month if Congress does not address a $2.5 billion shortfall for the current budget year, VA officials warned Monday.
Asian stock markets were mostly higher Tuesday after Greece and its European creditors agreed on a bailout and China's market benchmark fluctuated between gains and losses following a massive government intervention.