A wing on the internet-beaming aircraft broke when its autopilot tried to maintain its angle of descent, a US government report concludes.
Popular e-sports league snags $300 million rights deal with MLB’s streaming unit to lure in new viewers and sponsors.
Obama defends handling of Russian meddling ahead of election: 'We handled it the way we should have'
President Obama said Friday that his administration did not ascribe motives to Russia's alleged meddling in the 2016 campaign ahead of Election Day because he did not want to be seen as influencing the outcome in favor of Democratic presidential …
Key moments from Obama's year-end news conference
Obama Vows Retaliation for Russia's Alleged Election Disruption
Obama: The US Will Send 'Clear Message' to Russia on Hacks
JonBenét Ramsey Case: Expert Believes Patsy Ramsey Wrote Ransom Note in Upcoming 20/20 Special
It's one of the still-burning question of the JonBenét Ramsey case, even after 20 years: Who wrote the ransom note found in the family's Boulder, Colorado, home shortly before the 6-year-old beauty queen's body was found? In an upcoming episode of ABC …
Grand juror tells ABC News he thinks he knows who killed JonBenet Ramsey
Who Killed JonBenét Ramsey? A Grand Juror and Handwriting Expert Weigh In
Family video shows JonBenet Ramsey singing Christmas songs days before her death
Dec 16 (Reuters) – A U.S. appeals court on Friday revived a
nearly decade-old lawsuit by Edison International employees in California who say the utility favored higher-cost
mutual funds over lower-cost ones in its retirement plan.
Dec 16 (Reuters) – Subsidiaries for advertising companies
Omnicom Group Inc and Publicis Groupe SA were
subpoenaed by the U.S. Department of Justice, both companies
said on Friday.
HOUSTON, Dec 16 (Reuters) – A worker found unconscious at
Lyondell Basell Industries Houston refinery on Thursday
died from natural causes, the Harris County medical examiner’s
office said on Friday.
Hillary Clinton attributes her election defeat to Russian hacking and a letter from the FBI.
WASHINGTON, Dec 16 (Reuters) – Volkswagen AG has agreed to
pay just over $200 million to offset emissions from about 80,000
3.0-liter diesel U.S. vehicles, a person briefed on the
settlement told Reuters.