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Federal transportation regulators and the country's main pilots union are warning against shipping large quantities of lithium ion batteries.
There's a new Disney star, and it's not a character, a cartoon, or a movie. It's a drone that beams light and performs acrobatics during shows.
Rising tuition costs aren't the only thing driving up the cost of higher education. Textbook prices have skyrocketed in recent years.Since 2006, the c
Climate change could impact transatlantic travel, making eastbound flights longer and costing airlines an extra $22 million per year in fuel.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said conditions in the United States would allow the Fed to pursue 'gradual' adjustments to monetary policy.
Twitter is finally announcing some long-anticipated changes — a move away from its chronological timeline.
A new international school for the uber-wealthy will soon be opening in — of course — Trump Tower in New York City.
China devalued its currency in August. It's spent the months since spending billions of dollars to prop up the yuan.
Soaring bee rental fees for California's almond farmers are attracting a swarm of recent hive heists and leading to stinging losses for beekeepers.
Facing mounting criticism that its social media platform is a forum for unchecked bigotry, Twitter has formed a task force to handle online abuse.
The ex-pharma CEO is being sued by an artist who claims his original illustrations were stolen for the new Wu-Tang Clan album that Shkreli bought.
Weekend sales at Red Lobster saw a significant boost from "Queen Bey," spiking 33 percent on Sunday over last year, company brass said.
Turns out Paris isn't the only city where love is in the air. Amazon is out with its list of Top 20 Most Romantic Cites right here in the U.S.
Sundar Pichai, the newly appointed chief executive of the Internet search giant, was awarded restricted stock worth roughly $199 million.
'There are some recession pains still lingering,' said Crissinda Ponder, a mortgage analyst for Bankrate.
The proposal drew praise from the White House and criticism from environmentalists who said it would be too weak to actually slow global warming.