Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's maritime plunge took an exciting yet somber turn, after he found the wreck of a once-feared World War II Japanese battleship that met its doom by enemy torpedoes decades ago near the Philippines.
Gold futures ended lower for a third straight session on Wednesday, as the dollar trended higher against a basket of some major currencies after some mixed economic data with some disappointing private jobs data from the U.S. Meanwhile, investors await the key employment report on Friday and the upcoming...
Sony said it plans to release its virtual-reality headset next year, giving gamers something more to cheer about when using their playstation 4 console.
McDonald's said its restaurants in the U.S. would source antibiotics-free chicken within two years as part of efforts by the fast food giant to fight multi-drug resistant "superbugs" and protect immunity in consumers.
In a move cheered by conservatives, a federal judge in Texas has temporarily halted implementation of President Barack Obama's controversial executive action on immigration.
President Barack Obama on Wednesday sent Congress draft legislation authorizing the use of military force against the terrorist group known as the Islamic State. Obama claimed the Islamic State, also known as ISIS or ISIL, poses a threat to the people and stability of Iraq, Syria, and the broader Middle East, and to U.S. national security.