LA highway heist: Thieves make off with millions in gems, gold
A group of burglars made off with tens of millions July 11 by stealing jewels and luxury goods from a Brinks Security armored vehicle outside Los Angeles.
US investigates Huawei over concerns equipment near military bases could send data to China: report
Chinese tech titan Huawei is under renewed suspicions that the company is harvesting data and sensitive information from U.S. consumers via its cellphone towers.
Pope Francis: Social media has 'serious ethical issues' that must be addressed
Pope Francis warned the World Catholic Association for Communication, also known as SIGNIS, that while communications are a blessing to human fraternity, it also poses unique moral problems.
Vatican bans investments in defense, weapons, embryonic stem cell research
The Vatican announced Tuesday an updated investment code of ethics for the church, aimed at divesting its money from industries contrary to Catholic moral teaching.
Peloton ditches owned-manufacturing, outsources equipment to Taiwanese Rexon Corp.
Exercise equipment company Peloton announced it will no longer be manufacturing its own products, instead opting to partner with Taiwanese corporation Rexon.
Future of 'Abenomics' policies open-ended after assassination of former PM Shinzo Abe
Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, who set the tone for Japan's economic future, was assassinated Friday while giving a campaign speech in Nara prefecture.
Elon Musk on birth of twins with top exec: 'Doing my best to help the underpopulation crisis'
Elon Musk acknowledged the birth of his twin children to a Neuralink executive, saying a "collapsing birth rate is the biggest danger civilization faces by far."
Fourth of July travel: Hundreds of flights canceled on busy weekend
A reinvigorated travel sector, the Fourth of July and some of the highest traffic since pre-pandemic times have overloaded airports, creating delays and cancellations nationwide.
Democrats raise $80M in wake of Supreme Court abortion decision
Democrats raised $80 million in the week after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, showing the possibility the issue could motivate liberal voters.