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For same-sex couples, single people, or those with fertility issues, having kids can be pricey. We spoke with six people about how much it cost.

Sierra Energy’s new incinerator, which heats trash to 4,000 degrees and then harvests the gas to make plastics and fuel, was just funded by the Bill Gates-led Breakthrough Energy Ventures.

The Detour Act, which is cosponsored by Senator Mark Warner and has bipartisan support, would make these practices illegal.

The company is launching a new material that could reduce the time, materials, and space required to ship products by 50%.

The new deal will see Clear’s biometric screening kiosks be added at United’s other hub airports of Chicago O’Hare, Houston International, and Newark Liberty.

Senator Mark Warner, a former telecom investor and entrepreneur, explains why he’s sounding the alarm on China’s advancement—and Big Tech’s misconduct.

The 132-year-old company commissioned many of history’s most recognizable fonts, including Gill Sans, Arial, and Times New Roman. Now it’s in the hands of a private equity firm.

The $10 billion deal would result in the formation of the world’s largest online food delivery platform.

In an excerpt from their new book, ‘The Fifth Domain,’ Richard Clarke—the first White House cyberczar—and Robert Knake depict the kind of hacks that could escalate into all-out war.

With the right voice commands, a Google Home speaker can boost your productivity.

A 5-point plan to stop big corporations cheating poor countries out of billions of dollars in tax revenue, was published by Oxfam today in the wake of the Mauritius Leaks.

Laura Harrier was back on the red carpet for the 'Balance, Not Symmetry' London premiere held at Curzon Soho on Tuesday (July 25). After her Paco Rabanne

Three people were killed by a gunman at the Gilroy Garlic Festival before police shot and killed him Sunday, the city's police chief said. 

Three people were treated Saturday night for head injuries suffered when their boat crashed into a jetty near the mouth of the Napa River west of the Carquinez Bridge, the U.S. Coast Guard said Sunday. The Coast Guard was called about 9:40 p.m. Saturday and told that the 36-foot pleasure craft ran into the jetty.

One person died following a vehicle vs. pedestrian collision on eastbound state Highway 237 early Sunday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol. The CHP said the collision was first reported at 3:39 a.m. just west of Zanker Road. The identity of the victim hasn't been released.

The FBI is searching for a woman accused of robbing banks in three states along the east coast. The FBI has dubbed the woman the "pink lady bandit" because of the distinctive pink bag she carried in at least two of the robberies.

As graduation day looms, college seniors might find themselves reeling with both excitement and dread. "They have to navigate this tender mo

Season 7 marks the end of 'Orange Is The New Black,' and the cast joined Taylor Schilling and Laverne Cox for the final season world premiere in New York

SAN DIEGO (AP) - Ace Madison Bumgarner, rookie Mike Yastrzemski and the rest of the surging San Francisco Giants made sure manager Bruce Bochy's final game in San Diego was memorable
Bumgarner won his final start before the trade deadline and Yastrzemski had four hits, two RBIs and scored the go-ahead run to lead the Giants to a 7-6 victory against the San Diego Padres on Sunday.
Bumgarner (6-7) had been considered a prime trade target but the Giants could be inclined to…

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Drake (well at least a cutout of him) held a sign cheering on the fans during the 2019 San Francisco Marathon on July 28, 2019
Drake (well at least a cutout of him) held a sign cheering on the fans during the 2019 San Francisco Marathon on July 28, 2019.
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Drake (well at least a cutout of him) held a sign cheering on the fans during the…

In the man's world, Alexandra "Ladie One" Graniella wants women to know their power. A new mom, this b-girl is part of an all-female hip-hop

East Africa could suffer a repeat of a 2011 famine that killed hundreds of thousands of people unless foreign donors stump up funds to help drought-hit communities in Somalia, Kenya and Ethiopia now, aid agencies warned Thursday
More than 15 million people across the Horn of Africa are struggling to access basics such as food and water after consecutive poor rainy seasons destroyed their crops and left reservoirs and rivers dry, British charity Oxfam said.
A famine in Somalia in 2011 caused by…

Summer can be a quiet time on the red carpet, but Laverne Cox was not subscribing to that notion while attending the 'Orange Is The New Black' final