21st Century Fox and the private equity firm Blackstone are in talks to launch a bid for Tribune Media, one of the nation's largest television broadcasting companies.
Kelly Ripa's nearly year-long hunt for a "Live" co-host appears to be over.
Venezuela's president hiked the nation's minimum wage 60% on Sunday.
In his first column for the Times, Bret Stephens said advocates for climate policy can take a lesson from Hillary Clinton's failed presidential campaign and her reliance on data to predict the election.
Bloomingdale's New York employees and the union that represents them are in a standoff with the company over how workers are paid, paving the way for the possible strike.
The Alfa Romeo Giulia Quadrifoglio is a beautiful blast to drive but you have to think twice about the price and the quality.
White House chief of staff Reince Priebus says changing libel laws is "something we've looked at" -- echoing some of President Trump's strongest anti-media rhetoric.
Sally the Salad Robot is the latest attempt to automate part of the food-service industry.
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Sandy Phan-Gillis arrived back in the U.S. late Friday after more than two years in Chinese custody.
An anonymous hacker claims to have stolen the fifth season of Netflix's hit series "Orange is the New Black" and posted most of it online.
"Full Frontal" correspondents Ashley Nicole Black, Amy Hoggart, and Mike Rubens were less than an hour removed from an event that's been in the works for months, and their joy was still palpable.
Samantha Bee brings Will Ferrell, Allison Janney and signature humor to "Not the White House Correspondents' Dinner"
Elon Musk's SpaceX will attempt to deliver a mysterious satellite into orbit for the U.S. intelligence community on Sunday.
Robert Lighthizer, President Trump's nominee for U.S. Trade Representative, will lead NAFTA talks, which face a few hurdles before they can begin.
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