Trump likely to propose 15% tax rate for all businesses, not just corporations

A Trump administration official told CNN on Tuesday that Trump may propose a major tax cut for so-called "pass-through businesses" from 39.6% to 15%.

Beyoncé's latest drop is four college scholarships

The pop star has announced four college scholarships in honor of the one-year anniversary of her "Lemonade" album.

Canada foreign minister on Trump tariffs: 'We're going to play hard'

Canadian leaders are pushing back after the Trump administration slapped 20% tariffs Monday night on Canadian lumber, along with individual tariffs on five specific firms that ranged from 3% to 24%.

Fight over Obamacare subsidies could cause government shutdown

Congress must pass a spending bill by the end of this week or the federal government will run out of money.

New home buyers will pay for that new Canadian lumber tariff

The Trump administration announced Monday plans to impose duties of up to 24% on most Canadian lumber, charging that lumber companies there are subsidized by the government. Canadian lumber makes up about 30% of the U.S. market.

The US just lost a trade battle with Mexico

Mexico and the US have fought for years over tuna. The US insists that any Mexican tuna sold in the US must be "dolphin safe," meaning dolphins weren't killed by tuna fisherman, which was once common. Mexico says its fisherman ...

Outburst by angry Wells Fargo shareholder halts annual meeting

Outburst by angry Wells Fargo shareholder halts annual meeting

Netflix finally finds a way into China

The company has signed a licensing deal with popular video streaming platform iQIYI, a subsidiary of Chinese search engine Baidu, Netflix spokeswoman Jessica Lee said Wednesday.

How Google plans to get a billion new users

The company announced Tuesday that it has enabled nine Indian languages to work on the new AI-enabled Google Translate.

Google's New VR Camera Has 17 Lenses And Costs $18,000

Made by Chinese camera company YI with Google, the Halo shoots 4k video simultaneously on all 17 cameras. It uses Google's Jump software to stitch the footage together into a single, immersive 360-degree VR film.

Wells Fargo Scandal: Where Was The Board?

Wells Fargo's board of directors received "regular" reports since 2005 warning that most of the bank's internal ethics hotline complaints and firings were linked to sales violations.

Russia Is Now The World's Third Largest Military Spender

The country boosted its military spending to $69.2 billion in 2016, according to a new report from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI). The 5.9% increase landed Russia behind only the United States and China in the ranking of ...

Saudi Arabia Reverses Pay Cuts For State Workers

King Salman of Saudi Arabia has rolled back wage and benefit cuts imposed on top ministers and other public workers.

Spice Up Spring Cleaning

While you’re making this year’s spring cleaning chore list, remember that a true deep clean means decluttering your kitchen from inside the cabinets out.

Why LA's Tech Community Is Trying To Hack Hunger

In some of LA's high-density regions, especially in the south and southeast parts of the city, there are hundreds of thousands of Angelenos who lack access to food that is both affordable and healthy. In these communities, the only available ...