Davis, a musician and producer who went on to helm one of the country's biggest black-owned banks, died Thursday at 75.
Donald Sterling made an agreement on Wednesday to sell the Los Angeles Clippers to Steve Ballmer- former Microsoft CEO- and as a result dismissed the lawsuit he'd proposed against the league.
Seattle's city council on Monday unanimously approved an increase in the city's minimum wage to $15 an hour, making it the nation's highest by far.
President Barack Obama said the curbs on carbon emissions to combat climate change that his administration plans to unveil next week will also help address a growing threat to the nation's health.
After a very controversial debate European citizens will now be able to request to have personal date removed from search results.
Officers in the New York Police Department (NYPD) will soon begin carrying antidotes capable of reversing the effects of heroin and opioid overdoses.
For years, data brokers have been collecting and selling billions of pieces of your personal information. Now federal regulators say it's time you have more control over what's collected and whether it will be used at all.
On President Barack Obama's recent visit to Afghanistan the White House accidentally leaked the name of a CIA official who was working secretly in the country.
This week 1.8 million pounds of beef that could possibly contain the bacteria E. coli have been recalled.
'Happy', McDonald's newest Mascot has been deemed scary on social media.