Regulators to set up 3-digit suicide hotline number like 911
Facebook rebuffs US AG over access to encrypted messages
Facebook is rebuffing efforts to give authorities a way to read encrypted messages.
Florida city mum on ransom demands by cyberattackers
A Florida city is confirming that hackers seeking to extort money were responsible for crippling its computer systems earlier this week.
Justices to take up dispute over subpoenas for Trump records
The Supreme Court says it will hear President Donald Trump's pleas to keep his tax, bank and financial records private.
China reportedly threatens tiny Faeroe Islands over Huawei
The Chinese government has reportedly threatened to cancel a trade deal with the tiny Faeroe Islands if the country does not agree to use internet networks supplied by Chinese company Huawei.
YouTube cracks down on racist, sexist and similar insults
YouTube is taking another step to curb hateful and violent speech on its site.
Swarovski crystals, $900 cabernet and a Buttigieg fundraiser
Pete Buttigieg's liberal opponents for the Democratic presidential nomination are accusing him of being beholden to big-money donors, but Buttigieg is undeterred.
Holiday shopping off to slow start, US retail sales up 0.2%
UK vote eases corrosive uncertainty hurting businesses
The British election result has given the pound a boost and looks like it will help the economy, at least in the short-term.
Johnson victory means Brexit is coming, tough talks loom
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson campaigned on one theme alone _ “Get Brexit done” _ and if the results of an exit poll projection are correct, that just may happen.
T-Mobile CEO says if Sprint deal fails, prices may go up
T-Mobile CEO John Legere says that if his company's $26.5 billion deal to buy Sprint fails, it may have to raise prices to slow user growth and relieve stress on the T-Mobile network.
Reports: FTC may try to block Facebook from integrating apps
Several news reports said federal regulators are considering antitrust action to prevent Facebook from weaving together its messaging apps.
Twitter brings back election labels for 2020 US candidates
Twitter is bringing back special labels to help users identify accounts and tweets from U.S. political candidates.
Feds seek new ways to spot illicit opioids mailed into U.S.
The federal government is enlisting the help of the private sector to develop better ways to spot and intercept illicit opioids shipped into the United States through the mail.
Democrats threaten to boycott next debate over labor dispute
All the Democratic presidential candidates slated to participate in next week's debate are threatening to skip the event if an ongoing labor dispute forces them to cross picket lines on the campus hosting it.
Johnson claims Brexit mandate with new conservative majority
Britain's Conservative Party has secured a majority by winning more than 326 seats out of 650 in the House of Commons.
Markets have muted reaction to long-awaited China trade deal
Stocks are opening slightly lower on Wall Street as traders wait for clarity on where things stand on trade talks between with China.
Trump says US, China have reached deal; Sunday tariffs off
China's government says any trade deal with Washington must be “mutually beneficial, win-win.
General Motors to invest $1.5 billion in Missouri plant
General Motors plans to invest $1.5 billion in truck production at a suburban St. Louis plant.
California considers requiring zero emission truck sales
California could become the first state to require a portion of new truck sales be zero emission vehicles.