The opposition alliance that aimed to oust Modi appears to be cracking just before India's elections

India’s beleaguered opposition parties, which are beset with ideological differences and personality clashes, joined hands last year to unseat popular Prime Minister Narendra Modi and defeat his ruling Bharatiya Janata Party’s...

Florida lawmakers pass ban on social media for kids under 16 despite constitutional concerns

A bill that would be one of the nation’s most restrictive bans on minors’ use of social media is heading to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis

Space telescope spies neutron star in the debris of famous supernova

Scientists have confirmed what became of a star that exploded in a stunning supernova visible to Earth more than three decades ago

Reddit strikes $60M deal allowing Google to train AI models on its posts, unveils IPO plans

Reddit has struck a deal with Google

Nvidia's stock market value rose $273 billion in a day. How it rose to AI prominence, by the numbers

Nvidia’s stock price jumped 16% on Thursday, increasing the company's market value by a staggering $273 billion in just one day, a record amount

U.S. company says its lunar lander has reached the surface of the moon; transmits weak signal back

U.S. company says its lunar lander has reached the surface of the moon; transmits weak signal back

Remains found over 50 years ago identified through DNA technology as Oregon teen

Oregon State Police say the remains of a teenager found over 50 years ago have been identified through advanced DNA technology as a young woman who went missing from Portland

A work-from-home tip: Don't buy stocks after eavesdropping on your spouse's business calls

A Houston has man has pleaded guilty to securities fraud for trading on inside information from his wife's business conversations while both were working from home

UK and EU agree to cooperate on tackling illegal immigration as post-Brexit relations thaw further

Britain and its former partners in the European Union have struck a deal to cooperate more on tackling illegal migration

8 people die in Brazil's Rio de Janeiro state as heavy rains cause landslides and floods

Authorities in Brazil say at least eight people have died in Rio de Janeiro state due to landslides and floods caused by heavy rains

MILAN FASHION PHOTOS: From Emporio Armani to Max Mara, designers are cocooning for next winter

If there is one theme emerging at Milan Fashion Week, it is cocooning, hunkering down, enveloping one’s self in comfort clothing. No one is mentioning the wars and political divisions cleaving the globe, but it's clear that if they aren't...

UK and EU agree to cooperate on tackling illegal immigration as post-Brexit relations thaw further

Britain and its former partners in the European Union have struck a deal to cooperate more on tackling illegal migration

Federal Reserve officials caution against cutting US interest rates too soon or too much

Several Federal Reserve policymakers are warning against cutting U.S. interest rates too soon or by too much in the wake of recent data showing inflation stayed unexpectedly high in January

U.S. company says its lunar lander has reached the surface of the moon; transmits weak signal back

U.S. company says its lunar lander has reached the surface of the moon; transmits weak signal back

Vice Media says 'several hundred' staff members will be laid off, Vice.com news site shuttered

Vice Media's CEO has said in a memo to staff members that the troubled company plans to lay off several hundred employees

Panama's judiciary orders arrest of ex-president holed up in Nicaragua's embassy

Panamanian authorities have ordered the arrest of former President Ricardo Martinelli who has been holed up in the Nicaraguan Embassy since receiving political asylum from that country earlier this month

A joint US-Canadian investigation results in the seizure of a record 274 guns

A joint investigation with Canadian police and U.S. law enforcement has led to what they call a record-breaking gun bust with 274 illegals guns being seized

Senegal's president says he'll leave office in April, but gives no date for elections

Senegal’s President Macky Sall says that he will end his term in April as expected, but he has not given a new date for the presidential election originally scheduled for Sunday

The strangled bodies of 2 men have been found on a popular beach in the Mexican resort of Acapulco

The strangled bodies of two men have been found on a popular beach in the Mexican resort of Acapulco

Reddit strikes $60 million deal allowing Google to train AI models on its posts

Reddit has struck a deal with Google

Nvidia's stock market value rose $273 billion in a day. How it rose to AI prominence, by the numbers

Nvidia’s stock price jumped 16% on Thursday, increasing the company's market value by a staggering $273 billion in just one day, a record amount