European Union chief Donald Tusk calls for Nov. 25 summit to endorse draft Brexit deal.
New York and Washington's clogged streets and creaky subway systems are about to feel more pain as 50,000 more people descend on the two metro areas when Amazon opens its second headquarters there.
Testing by AAA shows that electronic driver assist systems on the road today may not stay in their lanes or spot stationary objects in time to avoid a crash.
American office space-sharing company WeWork says it has gotten $3 billion in funding from Japanese technology conglomerate SoftBank Group Corp.
Federal safety board hearing into deadly Southwest Airlines flight will focus on jet-engine fan blades.
China says high-level trade talks with Washington have resumed, two sides 'maintaining close contact'.
Chinese consumers remain the focus of luxury producers, as a new study by Bain consultancy shows they will fuel nearly half of global high-end sales by 2025.
Asian stocks higher after Wall Street falls for fifth day and British Cabinet endorses Brexit deal.
A utility accused in a lawsuit of igniting California's deadliest and most destructive wildfire says it contacted a customer about a power line on her property.
Japan's minister in charge of cybersecurity is in the spotlight for acknowledging he had never used a computer and making comments showing he had no idea what a USB port might be.
French President Emmanuel Macron and Morocco's King Mohammed VI are inaugurating his country's first high-speed rail line in Morocco, the first ever high speed train in in the African continent.
Snap Inc. has received federal subpoenas related to a class-action lawsuit stemming from its 2017 initial public offering.
Amazon says it will split its much-anticipated new offices between New York and a suburb of Washington, DC.
A congressional advisory panel says the purchase of internet-linked devices manufactured in China leaves the United States vulnerable to security breaches that could put critical infrastructure at risk.
As Amazon turns its attention to setting up new homes in Long Island City, New York and Arlington, Virginia, experts and historians in Seattle say both places can expect a delicate relationship with the world's hottest online retailer.
A Nigerian internet provider says a configuration error during a network upgrade disrupted several Google services by diverting traffic through China and Russia.
Investor Warren Buffett's company picked up nearly 36 million shares of JP Morgan Chase stock in the third quarter and eliminated its stake in Walmart as part of a number of changes in its portfolio.
Like white smoke from the Vatican announcing a new pope, the signal from Britain's Cabinet table says: We have a decision.
The 18 North American cities that were not picked by Amazon for its new headquarters are bearing the rejection with a mix of reflection, disappointment and some optimism.
British Prime Minister Theresa May is set to face her divided Cabinet in a bid to win support for a draft Brexit deal with the European Union.
Food companies have been ordered to remove six "artificial flavors" from their products.
E-cigarette company Juul halts sales of flavors at stores to help keep them from kids.
First foods made from gene-edited plants getting close to the grocery aisles, a different technology than today's GMOs but will shoppers buy?.
Chinese automaker Zotye plans to sell vehicles in US in 2020.
Energy companies are leading U.S. stocks broadly higher in early trading, wiping out some of the market's losses from a day earlier.