As clock ticks, new hurdle emerges in border security talks

Feb 11, 2019

The White House is not ruling out another government shutdown as negotiations over funding for President Donald Trump's proposed border wall stall

The Latest: Virginia congresswoman: Northam should resign

Feb 11, 2019

Sexual assault allegations against Virginia's lieutenant governor: Virginia lawmakers reluctantly face unprecedented prospect of impeaching the state's second-most powerful leader

Television's new 'genius' is Aretha Franklin

Feb 10, 2019

The National Geographic television network says that 'Queen of Soul' Aretha Franklin will be the focus of its third 'Genius' miniseries

Connecticut WWII-era newspapers offer view of black life

Feb 10, 2019

African-American newspapers from Connecticut offer detailed look at life for blacks in Northeast during the World War II era

The Latest: Prosecutors probing tabloid's Bezos story

Feb 9, 2019

Federal prosecutors in New York are probing whether the National Enquirer's parent company violated a cooperation agreement in its handling of the story regarding Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos

For Amazon, it's business as usual despite CEO drama

Feb 9, 2019

With its CEO engulfed in personal drama, Amazon is carrying on as usual

AP sources: Prosecutors probing Enquirer after Bezos report

Feb 8, 2019

The National Enquirer's alleged attempts to blackmail Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos could get the tabloid's parent company and top editors in deep legal trouble

Target updates app after TV station reveals pricing changes

Feb 8, 2019

Target has modified its smartphone app after a Minneapolis TV station reported that prices displayed on the app changed whenever users approached the retailer's stores, sometimes rising by hundreds of dollars

In or out of the House, John Dingell was at home on Twitter

Feb 8, 2019

John Dingell was long known for his dry takes and quick wit alongside his mastery of legislative deal-making. But the longest-serving Congress member's musings on Twitter caught people by surprise and kept him au courant.

Instagram changes rules on self-harm postings after suicide

Feb 8, 2019

Instagram has agreed to ban graphic images of self-harm after objections were raised in Britain following the suicide of a teen whose father said the photo-sharing platform had contributed to her decision to take her own life

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