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Amazon has irked the French - again - this time in the form of its new food delivery service, Amazon Prime Now.
At least 16 kids have reportedly died from heatstroke after being left in hot cars — more than double the number who perished by this time last year.
The U.S. Senate is likely to pass a Republican-backed proposal to expand the Federal Bureau of Investigation's secretive surveillance powers.
Russian hackers are believed to have breached the Clinton Foundation — and appear to be the same cyber spies who swiped files from the DNC.
The efforts during World War II to develop an atomic bomb were once shrouded in secrecy, but today, you can now visit the project on your smartphone.
Smartphone leader Samsung Electronics will not be seeking fees from its financial partners, unlike the Apple Pay system.
Elon Musk's electric car maker Tesla offers to buy Elon Musk's solar installation firm SolarCity in a stock deal worth as much as $2.8 billion.
The 18th century has successfully taken on a 21st century scourge. The New York State Assembly passed legislation to criminalize 'ticket bots.'
The Obama administration unveiled landmark rules on Tuesday for small drones for education and research purposes, but not unmanned commercial drones.
The ringleader of a group that bought some of the hottest tickets in music and sports by sneaking into StubHub users' accounts pleaded guilty.
A distant, Neptune-size planet 500 light-years from Earth appears to be the youngest fully formed exoplanet ever found crossing its star.
Since 2014 the FAA has granted more than 6,100 waivers and another 7,600 are waiting for approval.
Northern Ireland has a near-total ban on abortions.
A Pittsburgh newscaster fired after her comments in a Facebook post about a shooting were deemed racially insensitive sued her former employer.
The deal will see the U.S. grocery giant swap its Yihaodian platform for a 5 percent stake in JD.com, worth about $1.5 billion.
New York State has passed legislation that would ban Airbnb users from listing some short-term rentals, a new line of attack by legislators.
Bertrand Piccard, who is piloting the aircraft, left from John F. Kennedy International Airport and will be landing in Spain over three days later.
Solar Impulse 2 departed on one of the most challenging legs of its global trip when pilot Bertrand Piccard took off from New York for Seville, Spain.
The tech giant is out to make it easier for young people to learn how to code through Swift Playgrounds.
A new study finds that nearly 60 percent of the links shared on social media haven't been clicked on.