A new 'war on women' breaks out. This time, it's inside the Republican Party.
A growing number of prominent Republican women are worried that as members of their male-dominated party step up to defend Donald Trump against accusations of sexual assault, they are causing irreparable damage to the GOP's deteriorating ...
Trump's For-Profit Campaign
Thanks To Trump, RNC Is In A Bad Financial Position Heading Into The General Election
Trump's final humiliation of the GOP
These Are Elon Musk's Top 3 Priorities at Tesla
These are the big ones that are the most important for the electric car company. In an earnings call following one of Tesla's best quarters ever, Tesla CEO Elon Musk disclosed the three things he's currently prioritizing at his electric car company.
Tesla Surprises Investors With Quarterly Profit Ahead of Merger Vote
Tesla touts reliability and production improvements as reasons for Q3 success
Riding high on profit, Tesla's Elon Musk promises much, trash-talks nearly everyone
Hands-on: Microsoft's Surface Studio is a Windows PC for the Mac crowd
Microsoft's Surface Studio charges aggressively into territory once held by Apple, combining an elegant design, a massive, lovely display, and an eye-popping price tag. We had a chance to try the company's first-ever desktop after it was announced ...
Microsoft: Here's the next dimension. Now help us get there
Office 365 is gaining enhanced inking, 3D, support for Surface Studio, Surface Dial
You'll be able to transform your Surface Pro into a miniature Surface Studio
Calais 'Jungle' children with nowhere to sleep
Several hundred migrants remain inside the "Jungle" camp in Calais, BBC reporters at the scene say, despite French officials claiming the camp is now empty. About 200 unaccompanied minors have been left with nowhere to sleep, our Europe reporter Gavin ...
Today in Pictures: Oct. 26
French authorities declare the Calais migrant camp empty
Migrant in burning Calais camp: 'We left our nations behind us in flames, only to find the Jungle go up in flames too'
Hacked memo offers an angry glimpse inside 'Bill Clinton Inc.'
As a longtime Bill Clinton adviser came under fire several years ago for alleged conflicts of interest involving a private consulting firm and the Clinton Foundation, he mounted an audacious defense: Bill Clinton's doing it, too. The unusual and brash ...
Inside 'Bill Clinton Inc.': Hacked memo reveals intersection of charity and personal income
Clinton Foundation's Fundraisers Pressed Donors to Steer Business to Former President
'Bill Clinton, Inc.' Memo Reveals Tangled Business, Charitable Ties
Justice Clarence Thomas: Nation's capital is 'broken'
WASHINGTON — Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas lamented Wednesday that the nation's capital is "broken" and its institutions of government are being destroyed by an inability to debate issues with civility. Speaking to a friendly audience at the ...
A Typically Mum Justice Clarence Thomas Opens Up About 25 Years on the Supreme Court
17 Things on Clarence Thomas' Mind During Rare Remarks
Thomas criticizes broken confirmation process
2 powerful earthquakes rattle central Italy 2 hours apart
A pair of earthquakes rattled central Italy late Wednesday, sending fearful residents running into the streets not far from where a powerful temblor killed nearly 300 people in August. “It was a very strong earthquake, apocalyptic,” Marco Rinaldi ...
Italy struck by two earthquakes within hours
Strong twin quakes rock central Italy
Earthquake temporarily halts Italian league match
Researchers Clear 'Patient Zero' From AIDS Origin Story
It's one of the biggest medical mysteries of our time: How did HIV come to the U.S.? By genetically sequencing samples from people infected early on, scientists say they have figured out when and where the virus that took hold here first arrived. In ...
New Study Shows HIV Epidemic Started Spreading in New York in 1970
HIV Arrived in the US Long Before 'Patient Zero'
How the wrong man was blamed for bringing HIV to the US
Death penalty sought in shooting deaths of 2 Palm Springs cops
File: A memorial to slain police officers Lesley Zerebny (L) and Jose Gilbert Vega after they were shot by suspect John Hernandez Felix, 26, when the officers responded to a domestic disturbance in Palm Springs on Oct. 9, 2016. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty ...
DA's office seeks death penalty for man charged with shooting, killing Palm Springs officers
DA seeks death penalty against accused Palm Springs police shooter
Police in Palm Springs help fallen colleague, escort his daughter to school
Magic honor those killed in Pulse nightclub shooting with '49' banner
ORLANDO, Fla. -- There's nothing that can give Mayra Alvear back what she lost or ease her pain or calm her anger. With one gesture, she at least felt some joy again. Underneath a softly swaying banner displaying the number 49 -- commemorating the ...
Heat makes some noise in season opener with win over Magic
Orlando Magic Dedicates Season Opener To Pulse Nightclub Shooting Victims
Magic lose season opener to Heat