Federal regulators have served Facebook with a complaint alleging the company's advertising tools allow landlords and real estate brokers to engage in housing discrimination.
A privacy group that lobbied the Federal Trade Commission to take action on Google nearly a decade ago says in a letter to the FTC that Google has violated the terms of a 2011 settlement because of practices exposed in an Associated Press report this week.
Twitter lasted less than two weeks before joining other prominent tech companies in muzzling Alex Jones, the right-wing conspiracy theorist who's used their platforms to spread false information and hoaxes for years with few, if any, repercussions.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting the government regulators have subpoenaed Tesla as they dig deeper into CEO Elon Musk's recent disclosure about a potential buyout of the electric car maker.
Some Google employees are upset with the company's secretive plan to build a search engine that would comply with Chinese censorship, and a letter sent to management calls on executives to conduct a review of ethics and transparency at the company.
Tesla's board is preparing to evaluate CEO Elon Musk's brewing buyout bid with a three-member committee that includes a director whose objectivity has been recently questioned.
Arianna Huffington is calling on Elon Musk to adopt a healthier work-life balance, but the Tesla CEO says that's not an option.
Kroger initiates testing of driverless grocery deliveries in Arizona.
California lawmakers are abandoning a controversial proposal by Gov. Jerry Brown to shield electrical utilities from some financial liability for wildfires.
A sustained drought in Germany has revealed the ruins of a village abandoned when a large reservoir was created more than 100 years ago.
Trump asks SEC to review the practicality of quarterly reports from major US corporations, says 6-month reporting system might be favorable.
US stocks are mostly lower as weak forecasts from chipmakers Nvidia and Applied Materials send technology companies lower.
Electric car maker Tesla's CEO Elon Musk tells New York Times that stress is taking a heavy toll, but he stands by his tweet on taking company private.
Turkey's president has said his country will stand strong against an "attempted economic coup" amid heightened tensions with the United States.
Venezuelans are scrambling even harder for supplies, nervous about dramatic economic measures the government's taking, including a 3,000 percent hike in the minimum wage.
The co-founder of fashion brand Superdry has donated 1 million pounds ($1.28 million) to campaigners seeking a new referendum on Britain's departure from the European Union.
Italian media say three more bodies have been found in rubble of the Genoa bridge collapse, raising death toll to 41.
An audit commissioned by the French government says about 840 French bridges are suffering from serious damages and at risk of eventual collapse.
Investor Warren Buffett's company added to its stakes in Apple and Israeli drugmaker Teva Pharmaceuticals in the second quarter while tweaking several of its other stock investments.
When the blades of its 800-kilowatt wind turbine start turning, Tilos will become the first island in the Mediterranean to run exclusively on wind and solar power.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi says India will send a manned flight into space by 2022.
Belarusian President Alexander Lukashenko has fired his Cabinet, accusing it of the failure to fulfill his orders.
Russia's top investigative agency says it has detained a deputy head of the nation's top space corporation on fraud charges.
Russian President Vladimir Putin is flying to Austria to attend the wedding Saturday of the country's foreign minister, before heading to Berlin for talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel.