Axon Enterprises – the company that equips police departments nationwide with body-worn cameras and related technology – has signed on to provide similar services to U.S. Border Patrol agents
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday abruptly ousted its top political strategist, Scott Reed, who accused the powerful business lobbyist of drifting to the political left.
Former Big Apple Mayor Rudy Giuliani criticized New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo and other elected officials in Democratic cities for high crime and their lax policies on controversial topics, such as the release of convicted criminals.
Mexico is now deploying guards equipped with assault rifles to help protect mining companies from attacks by drug cartels.
This Citi executive is eyeing Gracie Mansion as NYC battles a crime wave and a slumping economy.
General Motors announced that it will repay $28 million in state tax incentives to Ohio after coming under heavy criticism for closing its Lordstown Assembly plant in March 2019.
Billionaire bond fund manager Jeffrey Gundlach is considering packing his bags to escape the “incompetent governance” of California.
Boeing is hosting top FAA officials in Seattle next week to evaluate the 737 Max Jet.
California will outlaw sales of new gasoline-powered passenger cars and trucks by 2035, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday, a move he says will cut greenhouse gas emissions by 35% in the nation’s most populous state.
The British government is warning there could be lines of up to 7,000 trucks waiting to cross the English Channel into France immediately after the Brexit transition period expires at the end of this year.
With a new coronavirus lockdown possible in Scotland, people are once again on the hunt for toilet paper.
Social Security is also a program that's in flux, and roughly 165 million Americans are going to see something happen in 2021 that hasn't happened since before they were born.
A U.S. judge early Sunday blocked the Commerce Department from requiring Apple Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google to remove Chinese-owned messaging app WeChat for downloads by late Sunday.
Companies that end up on the list could be banned from importing or exporting from China, and may be barred from investing in the country.
New York State has filed civil charges against Johnson & Johnson and its Janssen Pharmaceuticals subsidiaries on insurance fraud for minimizing the risks of opioid treatment and targeting the most vulnerable population.
The CDC's recent report that dining out poses a risk for COVID-19 transmission has set off a clash with the flailing industry. Many restaurant owners and coalitions are refuting the claims based on "false assumptions."
The City Council of St. Paul, Minn., voted to launch an experimental $1.5 million guaranteed income program for low-income families.
Lenders and consumer groups said the number of past-due mortgages that aren’t in forbearance could grow as several million people who are in forbearance reach the six-month point of their plans by the end of October.
The FTC has spent more than a year investigating concerns that Facebook has been using its powerful market position to stifle competition.
“We don’t have all facts, so we don’t know the causation per se of this, but we really need to look into it," FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn said.