A tournament filled with surprising upsets have had the unintended consequences of whipsawing ticket prices.
Jim Reekes says it all started with a lawsuit.
Carlie Irsay-Gordon, one of NFL's few female owners, on how to identify the best talent.
The rates of rural hospital closures are the highest seen in the last few decades.
"Throughout our history, young people like you have led the way in making America better."
A bomb placed under a car exploded in Egypt's second city Alexandria on Saturday, killing two people including a policeman, two days before the country is due to hold a presidential election.
Lalu Prasad Yadav was convicted of embezzling 37 million rupees to buy fictitious medicines and cattle fodder while he was chief minister of Bihar State from 1990 to 1997.
Investigators from Britain's data watchdog searched the London offices of Cambridge Analytica.
Justin Bieber was involved in a car accident in LA when a Range Rover smashed into the back of his Mercedes-Benz.
Why the students have made progress in the conversation on gun control.
Shortly before the TAP Air Portugal flight was to takeoff to Lisbon on Friday night, an airport employee noticed the co-pilot walking unsteadily and smelling of alcohol.
Apple has proposed a set of new emoji to provide better representation of people with disabilities.
A French police officer who offered himself up to an Islamic extremist gunman in exchange for a hostage died of his injuries.
The United States has flouted trade rules with an inquiry into intellectual property and China will defend its interests, Vice Premier Liu He told U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin.
An heroic police officer who swapped places with a female hostage during an attack by a fanatical ISIS supporter on a supermarket in France has died of his wounds.
The state curriculum urges teachers to “counteract traditional gender roles,” and at one school, girls are encouraged to shout “No!” and boys run the play kitchen.
Last-minute savings: These tax credits and deductions are on the endangered species list.
World-renowned economists and executives discussed the possible impact of a trade war from an annual meeting in Beijing.
Los Angeles Galaxy have confirmed the signing of Zlatan Ibrahimovic - with the Swedish striker taking out a full-page ad in a newspaper telling the city: "You're welcome."
Two Chinese sailors have been rescued more than 50 hours after their sand dredger capsized off Malaysia's southern coast.
High-level officials from both Koreas will meet next week to discuss the agenda for the talks between Kim Jong-un, the North’s leader, and the South’s president, Moon Jae-in.
A Times reporter in Kabul has experienced eight suicide bombings since 2016, seven in the last year. Sick of it, she still goes to the scene. “If I don’t, who will?”
A French police officer who asked a gunman to let him take the place of a hostage in a supermarket attack has died.
A French police officer who asked a gunman to let him take the place of a hostage in a supermarket attack has died.
Trade tension between China and the United States flared this week.
French policeman Arnaud Beltrame who took the place of a hostage during an attack at a supermarket has died.
Rio Tinto CEO Jean-Sébastien Jacques said he hopes China and the U.S. can resolve their trade issues.
President Trump issued an order barring most transgender troops from serving in the U.S. armed forces.
North Korea and South Korea are to meet next week for talks at the border truce village of Panmunjom.
The Facebook chief executive has taken multiple steps over the past few days to communicate with the social network’s 25,000 employees.
Officials said Kevin and Amy Sharp and their two children were found in a condominium on the Yucatán Peninsula. The specific cause of death was not known.
U.S. agriculture is bracing itself potentially costly retaliation from China that could hit everything from pork to wine
The company harvested data from 50 million Facebook users to develop psychological profiles on behalf of political campaigns, including that of President Trump.
Inside of SRI International, engineers have created a robot that is equal parts bomb diffuser and combat medic.
Political risk has replaced rising interest rates as the bigger fear in the stock market.
Spain’s Supreme Court ordered five Catalan politicians held without bail, a day after a botched attempt by separatist lawmakers to elect a new regional leader.
Jim Cramer reveals the silver lining he’s spotted after a tough week on the averages.
Boeing is close to winning a keenly fought contest to supply 787 Dreamliner jets to American Airlines.
Jim Cramer shares his weekly game plan with investors after a rattling week on Wall Street and Capitol Hill.
The campaign has exposed tensions in Egypt’s security establishment that appear to have rattled Mr. Sisi, who has ratcheted up repression.
Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.
Uber's robotic vehicle project was not living up to expectations months before a self-driving car operated by the company struck and killed a woman, the New York Times.
The exemptions on steel and aluminum tariffs are only the initial round of negotiations, says Zekelman Industries' CEO.
In advanced industries like chip development, the rivals are vying for dominance in a fight that is as much about national security as economic might.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions called the proposal a "critical step" in reducing gun violence.
An epilepsy drug linked to birth defects in thousands of children will not be given to women of child bearing age unless they are on a pregnancy prevention plan.
Influential start-up accelerator Y Combinator has seen its portfolio companies snapped up in deals worth over $1 billion before, but Dropbox marked its first alumnus to go public.
U.S. stocks fell on Friday, but volume was "thin" says UBS' Art Cashin.
In 2016, when the market fluctuated, Warren Buffett gave some great advice.
Several of the president's staunchest allies on the right were furious Trump did not follow through on his threat to veto the $1.3 trillion budget.
Trump Advisory Board member Jeff Ballabon tells the panel on CNNi's State of America that President Trump is an adult and knows exactly what he's doing.
The two-pronged trade offensive aimed at China, and China’s initial response, may be only the start of a complex, escalating economic battle.
The omnibus allocates $144.3 billion for military equipment procurement, here's a look at some of the big-ticket item
Martín Vizcarra, 55, replaced Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who was brought down by a corruption scandal.
Many of his companies don’t offer such funds in workers’ retirement accounts. It’s a problem shared by millions of Americans, ProPublica and The Washington Post report.
A British High Court judge has granted an application by the Information Commissioner's office for a warrant to search Cambridge Analytica's London offices.
The week-long tumble makes for Facebook's third worst week since going public.
The key to Dell convincing VMware to move forward with a merger may be the value found in rolling up Dell's tracker stock.
Polio is close to being completely eradicated. The only cases of reported polio are in Pakistan, Nigeria, and Afghanistan. Of these countries, Pakistan seems to be the closest polio-free country, according to The Conversation.
China can't afford not to deal with the latest Trump tariffs, says Safanad's John Rutledge.
The attacker drove a car bomb into an Afghan crowd in southern Helmand Province. “I saw death up close and consider myself lucky,” a survivor said.
A resolution passed by the United Nations’ top human rights body reflects a push against international norms, rights organizations and Western officials say.
Whether a return to 19th-century-style geopolitics and great-power rivalry will help or hurt China’s global position is unclear.
Trump still has a large cushion before the Dow's post-inauguration gains disappear.
Box shares fell by nearly 7 percent on the day Dropbox made its debut on the Nasdaq.
Pivotal Software — which counts Dell as its majority stockholder — revealed a prospectus on Friday with its plans to go public.
A "hero" police officer is fighting for his life in hospital after swapping himself with a hostage taken by an Islamist terrorist.
The former French president is the subject of an inquiry into whether his 2007 campaign took money from the government of Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi.
President Trump's pick for national security advisor signals a willingness by the administration to take a more hardline stand against adversaries like Iran or Venezuela—and that could mean higher oil prices.
Former President Jimmy Carter tells "CBS Sunday Morning" that Trump "reacted quite well" to North Korea talks.
Wells Fargo says top four risk management executives are to retire as a regulatory settlement nears
'Stay the course' is popular advice for investors amid market volatility. Here's when it does make sense to take action.
Considering how much members of Congress have to go through, how much are they all paid? USA Today reports.
A new study explains how the ancient Mayans bred and traded dogs, and may even have raised some for ceremonial purposes.
The coffee chain is leading the way, as are these other employers.
A spokesman says Atlanta's airport has taken down its Wi-Fi network and disabled parts of its website "out of an abundance of caution" following a ransomware cyberattack on the city's computer network.
Steve Wynn has sold his entire stake in Wynn Resorts, the massive global gaming company he created.
Some observers say Bolton's hard-line views on national security don't line up with Trump's. Here's a roundup.
Alere agreed to pay $33 million to resolve claims it knowingly sold unreliable diagnostic testing devices to hospitals.
Whole Foods is making cuts at its in-store marketing and graphic design departments, according to Business Insider.
Trump's trade policies could hurt small businesses.
It's essentially in its original condition.
“What’s Facebook?” billionaire tech titan Elon Musk taunts.
Elon Musk has deleted the official Facebook pages for his SpaceX and Tesla brands amid concerns over the security of the social network.
Here's how to see all of the data Facebook has on you, and how to download your own copy.
In honor of Dropbox's long-awaited IPO, an early investor unearthed a 10-year-old memento: the very first investments that helped get Dropbox off the ground.
As Americans brace for a price increase in anything made from of steel and aluminum, Chinese consumers were preparing to shell out more for nuts and fruit.
First-quarter growth will be nowhere close to some projections, but the rest of the year still looks fine.
Ahmed Hassan, an 18-year-old asylum seeker from Iraq, wanted “to kill as many members of the British public as possible,” the judge said.
If the omnibus spending bill doesn't pass by 12:01 a.m. Saturday, the government will shut down.
Almost half of employed women now say they are their family's main provider.
The potential breakup of GE may unlock more value than previously thought, Melius Research analysts wrote Friday.
A baby giraffe takes its first clumsy steps in front of delighted visitors at the Aalborg Zoo in Denmark.
In an effort to increase efficiency and maintain safety standards for employees, Delta is exploring the possibility of wearable robotics, Atlanta Business Chronicle reports.
Boeing will not appeal against the ruling that allows Bombardier to sell its jets to airlines without heavy duties.
Elizabeth Rossiello talks about taking on companies like Safaricom to grow her bitcoin based money transfer platform in Africa
A province where everyone is a minority, and many are worried about President Trump. Dan Bilefsky ends his journey through Quebec.
The suspects worked at the Mabna Institute, a contractor for the Iranian government, which benefited from the sensitive information obtained in the hacks, officials said.
Liquidation sales for Toys R Us kicked off Friday, a spokeswoman told CNBC.