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For parents worried about handing over the car keys to their son or daughter, there's a new system designed to monitor and assist young drivers.
Of course, slightly less than two-thirds of the people who get food stamps are either kids, senior citizens or disabled adults.
Popular mobile dating app Tinder has hired high-profile tech exec Chris Payne as its new CEO, sources tell Re/code.
See what happens when you combine 20 amateur drivers, 10 Lamborghinis and 1 icy race track. Do it in Aspen, Colorado and it becomes a super-rich version of Ice Capades.
The federal government unveiled the first safety mandates for fracking operations on federal and Indian lands on Friday.
ISIS has hundreds of millions of dollars and earns cash from oil and extortion, but spends it fast on running a caliphate.
Today's homebuyers are a nit-picky, recession-scarred bunch, and they want to get serious value for their hard-earned cash.
Does your apartment window look out at your neighbor's brick wall? Gaze with envy at this auto's view.
The top highway safety regulator fined the manufacturer for being too slow to report complaints about it being to hard to open car seat buckles.
Injections of a new "silver bullet" drug might help slow memory loss in people who don't quite yet have Alzheimer's, but who have some symptoms.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on comments by Tesla CEO Elon Musk in its conference call on ending range anxiety, and the auto steering feature.
The national savings rate, which has actually gone up a bit lately, is still a dismal 5.5 percent. Enter 'prize-based savings.'
Finnish mobile games maker Rovio pinned its hopes on Thursday on a costly 3-D movie project helping it return to growth.
March Madness is upon us, and that means it's time to fill out a bracket. CNBC.com's Eric Chemi gives you the tips you need to win your office pool this year.