Infidelity still haunts Hillary

Hillary Clintonís marriage ó her husbandís infidelity and how she dealt with it ó is back as a subtext in this yearís presidential race.

Trump burns investors

The billionaire businessman pitched three companies in recent years to a number of middle-class folks ó but the investments didnít pan out.

Stun-gun stats raise eyebrows

Connecticut officers who drew their stun guns on the job last year were more likely to fire when the suspect was black or Hispanic, according to a first-of-its-kind set of statistics that could stoke the nationís debate over race and police use of force.

Facebook posts strong quarter

The social network is growing rapidly as it enters adolescence, putting it in a position to challenge Google as the Internetís most powerful company.

Welcome mat for Iranís Rouhani

Europe is greeting the visiting leader, hoping he can orchestrate lucrative business deals and push for peace in the Mideast.

Wall Street wants Apple growth

Now that the technology company has confirmed a slowdown in iPhone sales, all eyes are on its plans for the iPhone 7 and other efforts to spark sales growth.