Arming teachers in schools should be 'up to states' to decide, Trump tweets

President Donald Trump tweeted that arming teachers as a deterrent against such often deadly violence should be "Up to States."

Congress releases redacted Democratic memo pushing back on GOP claims of surveillance abuses in the FBI's Russia probe

Congress has released a memo that aims to counter GOP allegations that the FBI abused its surveillance powers.

Warren Buffett on how he turned a $300,000 bet into $2 million for charity in 10 years

Buffett explains in his 2017 annual letter how he turned his $318,250 bet into $2.2 million for charity.

Buffett has one big investing lesson in this year's annual letter: Never borrow money to buy stocks

Warren Buffett explains the perils of using debt and leverage in his 2017 annual letter.

Buffett's Berkshire has $116 billion to spend on a deal, but the investor can't find anything cheap enough

Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway released its 2017 annual letter to shareholders Saturday.

I wore this $279 device over my heart to track stress — here's what I learned

The Lief Therapeutics stress tracker might be good if you need data to improve your habits, but most of us should just remember to breathe deeply.

Latest Mueller indictment spells trouble for bankers, too

Charges against Donald Trump's ex-campaign chairman Paul Manafort could also pose legal and regulatory risks for the banks that loaned him millions.

Markets watching for a steady hand in Powell as he navigates Congress for the first time

Fed Chair Jerome Powell could rock markets when he speaks for the first time to Congress.

Facebook removes violent Oculus VR game demo from kiosk at conservative political conference

Facebook demos, then removes, violent Oculus VR game demo from kiosk at conservative political conference

Georgia just handed Atlanta a new political problem in bid for Amazon HQ2

Atlanta is one of 11 Amazon HQ2 cities in states lacking LGBTQ discrimination laws. Georgia's Senate isn't helping.

Dropbox shows how it manages costs by deleting inactive accounts

Dropbox has employed "infrastructure optimization" to reduce costs of storing data

Special counsel accuses Manafort of secretly paying former European politicians on behalf of Ukraine

The superseding indictment contains five counts, including making false statements and conspiracy to launder money.

Bitcoin and blockchain consume an exorbitant amount of energy. These engineers are trying to change that

Innovators are in a race to develop green blockchain innovations to address demand by businesses.

We need a firmer position from Trump to get 'weapons of war' off the street: Rep. Tim Ryan

President Donald Trump isn't doing enough to tackle the gun issue facing the country, says Rep. Tim Ryan, D-Ohio.

Dropbox is going public: Here's who's making money

Dropbox CEO Drew Houston and venture firm Sequoia Capital are poised to be the biggest winners in the IPO.

Health and wellness products for your pet are a growing industry, says pet company CEO

The pet products industry is on the rise as pet owners look for healthy and luxury items for their pets.

Vehicle struck security barrier near White House

A passenger vehicle struck a security barrier near the White House on Friday, but did not breach the White House complex.

Dropbox files to go public with over $1.1 billion in annual revenue

Cloud storage company Dropbox filed to raise $500 million in a public offering on Friday.

Why companies are scrambling for the once little-known element cobalt

The growing demand for rechargeable batteries could lead to shortages in key materials.

Florida shootings may complicate insurance for gun owners

The gun control debate puts a fresh spotlight on insurance for self-defense incidents.