President Donald Trump's attorney Alan Dershowitz, played by guest star Jon Lovitz, wound up in hell during the "Saturday Night Live" cold open.
Just three days after Boeing warned airlines that they shouldn't count on the 737 Max flying again before midyear, the US Federal Aviation Administration said Friday it might move faster than that.
President Donald Trump's reelection campaign has run more than 200 misleading political advertisements on Facebook in the past day claiming the "Fake News media" will attempt to block the campaign's upcoming Super Bowl ad — despite federal regulations that require the TV spot be aired.
The annual meeting of business and political leaders in Davos wrapped up Friday with two of the world's most powerful people disagreeing over how to address the climate crisis and youth activists excoriating the international elite for not doing enough to prevent global warming.
The BBC's Africa editor, Fergal Keane, is stepping down from his role after suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) caused by reporting on conflicts around the world.
The NFL is wading back into controversial territory with a new Super Bowl ad addressing police shootings of black Americans.
McDonald's has closed restaurants in five Chinese cities and is implementing new health protocols in the region as the deadly coronavirus continues to spread.
Asian markets were muted Friday on the eve of Lunar New Year celebrations, signaling caution after a broad sell-off the previous day over growing coronavirus fears.
Global carmakers and luxury goods firms are facing a hit to their business in China due to disruption caused by the spread of a deadly virus that could drag down an already slowing economy.
A Canadian federal judge declined to make an immediate ruling on whether Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou's extradition process should move forward, after a four-day hearing on the case in a Vancouver court wrapped up Thursday.
Sonos, a company known for its wireless speakers, announced earlier this week that certain older products would lose software support come this May. On Thursday, amid backlash, the CEO walked back those statements.
More than two months after announcing a review of his work, The Hill newspaper has yet to complete its promised evaluation of columns written by John Solomon, a former executive at the outlet who during his time at the publication pushed conspiracy theories about Ukraine into the public conv…
Executives at Fox News shielded the channel's audience on Wednesday night from the impeachment trial proceedings playing out in the United States Senate, instead choosing to air its regular bloc of opinion programming which is strongly supportive of President Donald Trump.
Former Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf on Thursday agreed to a lifetime ban from the banking industry and a $17.5 million fine for his role in leading the bank through its massive fake accounts scandal and other sales practice misconduct.
The online brokerage world changed dramatically last year after every major firm eliminated commissions and powerhouses Charles Schwab and TD Ameritrade announced a merger.
Under growing pressure over record low interest rates, the European Central Bank has decided it's time to give its unconventional policies another look.
Having negotiated agreements of sorts on trade with China, Mexico, Canada, South Korea and Japan, President Donald Trump is now turning to his next target: the European Union.
Goldman Sachs won't take companies public anymore unless they have at least one "diverse" board member, the bank's CEO David Solomon said Thursday.
Fairway Market, the New York grocery staple known for its gourmet food and packed stores, said Thursday that it filed for bankruptcy with a plan to sell five stores.
GrubHub is getting crushed by competition, so it's fighting back with a new service that targets diners who want to pick up their food instead of having it delivered to them.
The president and CEO of Crown Media, the Hallmark Channel's parent company, is stepping down a little more than a month after the network apologized for removing advertisements featuring same-sex couples from the air.
Southwest Airlines reported a sharp drop in profit in the fourth quarter because of the continued grounding of the Boeing 737 Max. It said it will seek additional compensation from Boeing as the problem is expected to stretch deep into 2020.
China's economy is slumping and the country is still suffering the effects of the trade war with America. An outbreak of a new and deadly virus is the last thing it needs.
Everyone complains about high drug prices. But hospitals — and now insurers — are trying to lower costs by manufacturing their own generic medications.
Stocks in China just had their worst day in more than eight months as a deadly virus spreads across the country, causing officials to partially lock down Wuhan, the central Chinese city where it originated.
Gone are the days of printing out directions or following physical maps. If you're trying to go somewhere and need directions, there are plenty of apps to update you while you travel in real-time.
FedEx said it will start delivering packages through its new Sunday ground service this weekend as it competes with Amazon and other courier services.
Canadian prosecutors on Wednesday laid out the country's case for why Huawei finance chief Meng Wanzhou should be extradited to the United States.
Boeing plans to restart the production of the troubled 737 Max months before regulators approve the plane to fly again, CEO Dave Calhoun said Wednesday.
In 2019, White Claw was the law. The brand exploded in growth last year, raking in roughly $1.5 billion in sales, which made it America's top-selling hard seltzer. It was so popular last summer that some distributors reported a White Claw shortage.
Only a revolution in the way the global economy and financial markets work can save the planet from the climate crisis and secure future prosperity, Prince Charles warned on Wednesday.
Memphis Meats, which grows meat from animal cells, just got a huge endorsement from some big-named backers. That will take it one step closer to selling its product, but it's still a long way off from hitting store shelves.
Stocks in Asia recovered a little ground Wednesday after a new virus originating in China drove markets into the red earlier this week and disrupted plans for the millions of people traveling over the Lunar New Year.