Two teens suspected in a killing spree in rural Canada are believed to be dead after two bodies were found by authorities, ending a three-week manhunt that spanned Canada.
Despite President Donald Trump's repeated declarations of victory over the terror group, a new Pentagon report says ISIS is continuing to regroup in Iraq and Syria.
Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn perched there without a care in the 1953 film "Roman Holiday." But the Spanish Steps in Rome are no longer a place for sitting.
Many foreign reporters who spoke to NBC News say it can be challenging to cover mass shootings in the U.S. for their audiences, who have trouble understanding gun culture, politics and extremism in the U.S.
8chan's founder says he regrets giving life to a platform originally meant as a safe harbor for free speech.
Apple has agreed to buy the majority of Intel’s smartphone modem division, both companies announced on Thursday.
The U.S. Women’s World Cup winners are getting down to a different kind of business — translating athletic excellence into sponsor support to help grow the profile of women’s soccer.
On Monday, Equifax agreed to pay nearly $700 million to settle federal and state investigations into how it handled a massive data breach that affected nearly 150 million people.
The United States will announce retaliatory action against France in response to the country’s new tax affecting American technology companies, President Donald Trump said Friday.
The Department of Justice gave its blessing Friday to T-Mobile’s $26.5 billion acquisition of its closest rival, Sprint, after confirming it has reached a deal with five states that had previously raised objections to the deal.
Pfizer, the world’s largest drugmaker, plans to divest its off-patent drug business and combine it with generic-drug maker Mylan.
The Fortnite World Cup Solo Finals champion is a 16-year-old player from Pennsylvania, who is walking away with a cool $3 million, plus the undeniable knowledge that his life has been forever transformed.
A quarterly drop in GDP illustrates the growing toll the Trump administration’s trade policies are taking on American businesses, economists say.
The FBI alleges a hacker from Seattle has been arrested in connection with a massive data breach that puts millions of Capital One credit card applicants at risk.
The Capital One data breach is just the latest to compromise consumers' private details. Experts say people should assume their personal information has been stolen and should take precautions to protect their identity.
With a rate cut almost a foregone conclusion, Wall Street is looking for any clues for the direction the Federal Reserve will take for the rest of the year — and how much of that is due to pressure from the White House.
Apple's quarterly profit and revenue beat Wall Street targets on Tuesday and its forecast for fourth-quarter sales topped expectations as well.