Apple denied that the iPhone has a privacy problem Wednesday - and then promised to fix it.
The economy and job creation have strengthened enough for the Federal Reserve to end on schedule a program of buying Treasury bonds to help the economy.
The first stars that dotted the universe were not only immense, but probably also fast-spinning.
An emergency official says violent storms have killed 25 in Alabama, bringing the regional death toll to 37.
GE sees its best earnings growth prospects in a decade as the global economic recovery drives demand for the heavy energy.
A group of Facebook shareholders is seeking to offload $1 billion worth of shares on the secondary market.
President Barack Obama plans to name CIA Director Leon Panetta as the next secretary of defense and move Gen. David Petraeus.
Apple Inc. on Wednesday said its white iPhone 4 will be available in nearly 30 countries and regions beginning April 28, about 10 months after the black model hit the market.
The family of an American detained by the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) has released an open letter to plead for his release.
Dozens of teenage girls tried on silk and satin evening dresses, chose glittery bling and handbags to match, and walked out without paying.
Former US president Jimmy Carter and three other former world leaders met President of the Presidium of the Supreme People's Assembly of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Kim Yong-nam at his office in the legislature in Pyongyang on Wednesday, the official news agency KCNA reported.
An anonymous US donor has given a Pablo Picasso painting worth millions to the University of Sydney.