Keeping Chinese fans loyal to one particular soccer team seems to be no easy task, with a new report highlighting the country's "icon market" and how supporters are more likely to stick with individual players more than just the teams they play for.
If they didn’t, the administration wouldn’t be calling back more and more of them from furlough.
Jim Cramer says technology executives are telling him off camera that they support the Trump administration's hawkish approach to trade with China.
Indian Health Service medical providers aren’t getting paid and have to keep working. They don’t know for how long.
When you travel as your job, do you start to see it as just another day at the office? That’s an ongoing challenge for the team at CNN Travel as they are tasked with seeing the world while also reporting on it.
Edward Norton's start-up, EDO, is trying to bring analytics tools to the film and TV industry and help push them deeper into the the digital age. If the technology works, media companies will have better data to inform what shows they should create.
“In real life, they look even more beautiful,” the first lady said at Liberty University.
A breakdown in the cooperation agreement between former Trump campaign chief Paul Manafort and special counsel Robert Mueller suggests prosecutors believe they were told substantial lies, according to law enforcement experts.
Individual acts like eating less meat or adopting solar power won’t on their own save the planet, but they can inspire new social norms that lead to policy change.
"Anything that provides families with more flexibility in how they use 529 plans would be beneficial," said Mark Kantrowitz, the publisher of SavingForCollege.com.
For the start-ups, the pots of money are changing the normal way of building a tech company. They must move even faster, expand their ambitions and collect more investment money than ever — even if they might not be ready, the NYT reports.
Some of them now say they’re unlikely to ever vote again — regardless of if they’re completely eligible.