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Researchers from Columbia and Rutgers crunched the data and found no bias from The New York Times in its Trump coverage
Researchers decided to look into accusations of media bias against The New York Times in its Trump coverage. The team found none.
Harley-Davidson said on Monday it has stopped production of its first electric motorcycle after discovering a glitch in the final quality checks.
Countries such as France have been pushing for stricter rules that would force the tech giants to pay more tax.
The United Auto Workers union said a new comprehensive offer made by GM late Monday to end a two-week-old strike was not acceptable.
2 rocket blasts hit Baghdad’s Green Zone landing near the US Embassy, the second such attack since May
There were no immediate reports of casualties. Throughout the summer, incidents like the rocket attacks have plagued military installations in Iraq.
A group of 23 states on Friday sued to undo the determination that federal law bars California from setting tailpipe emission standards.
Typhoon Faxai brings record-breaking winds and strong rain to Japan, killing 3 and leaving thousands of stranded at the airport
One of the strongest typhoons to hit eastern Japan in recent years struck just east of Tokyo on Monday, with wind gusts of up to 128 mph.
Pope Francis arrived late for his weekly address on Sunday, explaining that he had been stuck in an elevator in the Vatican for 25 minutes.
A suspected neo-Nazi and his wife are on the run after overpowering security guards holding them on murder charges
Blane and Susan Barksdale escaped from custody when they overpowered guards who were transporting them through Utah, officials said on Tuesday.
These Reuters photographs portray an unfortunate juxtaposition between the Amazon's beauty and the forces that are working against it.