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SAN FRANCISCO >> Apple and mobile chip maker Qualcomm have settled a bitter financial dispute centered on some of the technology that enables iPhones to connect to the internet.
Golf Notes: World ranking points approved for East Lake with traditional scoring; PGA Tour starts to focus on Tiger Woods' pursuit of Sam Snead
See how editorial cartoonists around the world are reacting to the flames and destruction at Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris.
SHANGHAI (AP) - China reports economic growth held steady at 6.4 percent in latest quarter, the lowest level in a decade.
Atlanta Strip Club Hosts Celebrity Birthday Party For Chance The Rapper, J Prince Jr. Chance The Rapper turned up at Allure in Atlanta Monday night for his birthday and a gang of famous faces celebrated with him, including fellow Chicago
Assemblymember Miguel Santiago (D-Los Angeles), who is a joint-author of the Public Banking Act, responded, saying: “Californians from the grassroots to the halls of power are weary of a corporate banking system that doesn’t work for them. Wall Street needs people-powered competition, and a...
The Gophers men’s basketball team missed out Tuesday on recruiting target Grant Sherfield for its 2019 class. The 6-foot-2, three-star point guard from Wichita, Kan., picked Wichita State. “Glad to be back where it all started,” he tweeted. “I’m coming home.” Sherfield signed with UCLA...
It is a mystery for the ages. Following in the footsteps of Prince William and Kate Middleton, Prince Harry, and Meghan Markle are withholding the gender of their first child, Baby Sussex until he or she is born. Some insiders […]
LOS ANGELES (AP) - A Utah man has been charged with murder for allegedly hitting and killing a man on an electric scooter in Hollywood. Jared Anderson of Enoch was charged Tuesday in connection with Saturday's accident. Prosecutors allege that Anderson was drunk when his pickup truck failed to yield...
Reaction from Fox News correspondent-at-large Geraldo Rivera and Independent Women's Voice president Tammy Bruce on 'Hannity.'
A sign in a window of the homeowner's house read, "No trespassing. Violators will be shot. Survivors will be shot again."
Food is everywhere, including in some of your scripted favorite TV shows. Just as in real life, TV characters need to eat, and on occasion those instances end up playing a key role in the plot. Take, for example, the much-beloved trifle episode of Friends. Also known as “The One Where Ross Got...
Dear Amy: Recently my nephew got married. My mom RSVP’d for the wedding and made the five-hour drive with her husband to the city the wedding was in, but then didn’t attend the wedding and reception. Her excuse was the fact that my stepfather had forgotten to pack dress clothes (there was no...
NEW YORK >> The Elton John biopic Rocketman will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival next month.
NEW YORK >> Sprint and T-Mobile shares fell after a Wall Street Journal report cast doubt on the likelihood of government approval of the companies $26.5 billion merger.
Netflix comenzó el año con el mayor aumento de suscriptores en la historia de su servicio de streaming, pero aun así desilusionó a los inversionistas al prever un crecimiento menos … Click to Continue »
Goalies Philipp Grubauer of Colorado, Pekka Rinne of Nashville and Frederik Andersen of Toronto step up in first round
A shooting at an outlet mall near the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee has left the shooter and one other person dead and one person injured.
Playboy went ad-free with its winter issue — now on newsstands — and hiked its cover price to a hefty $24.99 per issue hoping that the change to an oversized format can boost revenue, even if circulation takes a hit. A quick check of its 2018 circulation recently emerged in the form of USPS...