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In a letter sent to shareholders on Tuesday, Amazon's founder and chief executive, Jeff Bezos, defended the online retailer's corporate culture.
The iPhone still accounts for more than two-thirds of Apple's revenue, but there's a growing consensus that the company's future lies elsewhere.
A House panel said Democratic Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Florida may have violated federal law and congressional rules in managing his congressional office.
Prior to his win in Wisconsin on Tuesday, Bernie Sanders sat down with one of the biggest names to hail from his hometown of Brooklyn, Spike Lee.
World leaders, billionaires, celebrities and sports stars have been implicated in the Panama Papers, which at 2,600 gigabytes stands as the biggest data leak in history.
The hack of an iPhone used by a San Bernardino killer serves as a reminder that phones and other electronic devices aren't impenetrable vaults.
The Obama administration is to announce it will transfer money from the fight against Ebola to combat the growing threat of the Zika virus.
Rich Americans aren't more law abiding than their counterparts elsewhere. But there are reasons why they're absent from the Panama Papers.
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Bernie Sanders picked up a win Tuesday in Wisconsin's primary, casting light on Hillary Clinton's lingering vulnerabilities.
The university's original name — the Antonin Scalia School of Law — was quickly scrubbed after its acronym because the butt of jokes on social media.
Owen Labrie was acquitted last year of felony rape but convicted on lesser charges against a 15-year-old classmate at New Hampshire's elite St. Paul's School.
The dissent comes at a pivotal moment for a campaign team coming off a significant loss in Wisconsin.
"Tonight is a turning point," Cruz told supporters, saying that the win in Wisconsin demonstrates "we have a choice."
Two hikers whose apparent disappearance triggered a search operation were found miles away obliviously busking on a city street three days later.