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Trendy new technologies no doubt have the power to transform customer experience, but when done badly they can also isolate buyers who miss the human touch and may worry about the use of their data. How can brands create a successful CRM in the digital age?

Hundreds have been injured as rioters supporting the president’s hardline challenger threw rocks, Molotov cocktails at police.

In a lawsuit that could drastically alter how esports player contracts are structured, Turner "Tfue" Tenney is claiming his team illegally restricted his earnings from sponsorship deals.

The move comes one day after a migrant who had been detained at the McAllen facility died. He was diagnosed with the flu.

The memo, written last fall by an Internal Revenue Service attorney, contradicts the Trump administration’s justification for denying the president’s tax returns to lawmakers.

While the U.S. military targets terrorists, China and Russia have revitalized and reshaped their militaries to threaten the Pax Americana.

Mississippi’s law, which bans abortions after six weeks, is part of a nationwide barrage of restrictions meant to challenge the Constitution and force the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider its ruling in Roe v. Wade.

Democrats appear to believe that the Keystone State will be central to winning in 2020. But that strategy is flawed.

Alfie Jacques has spent his life making lacrosse sticks by hand from a single piece of wood. At 70, he has no plans to stop.

We could be heading for a Supreme Court split along its own fault lines of the various justices’ views of executive power.

“I felt the rules were being changed to hurt Trump, and I thought it was damaging for the presidency over the long haul,” Barr said.

Supreme Court Justice John Colangelo ruled that the parents of dead cadet Peter Zhu may use his sperm for “procreative purposes.”

The lawsuits challenge policy that protects health-care providers and insurers who deny services if they have religious or moral objections to them.

An American man is accused of delivering a worthless "miracle mineral solution" to tens of thousands of people.

In this edition: Democrats try to convert the Berniecrats, Fox News becames a primary issue, Marianne Williamson campaigns in Washington, and Kentucky Democrats pick their nominee for governor.

The former Trump secretary of state has kept a low public profile since being fired by tweet more than a year ago.

Peter Silva summarizes a recent report on how organizations are moving quickly to adopt the new standard of Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.3, while addressing both operational and security concerns as a result of the transition.

The Design Review Board (DRB) is responsible for reviewing all additions and alterations to many different types of Reston properties. To assist in the revie...

Loudoun County authorities have released a composite sketch of a suspect who entered a women’s locker room in the Claude Moore Recreation and Community Center May 12 and was seen