The German government on Monday said it had withdrawn approval for a Chinese firm to acquire Aixtron, a supplier to the semiconductor industry, amid growing unease over Chinese investment in German companies.
Using atmospheric data, academics from the University of Bristol have suggested that emissions of HFC-134a, a potent greenhouse gas, may have been dramatically overestimated in UK reports.
A new University of Virginia survey, conducted by the Gallup organization, reveals Americans' deep dissatisfaction with the country's political culture, personified by the leading candidates for president, Hillary Clinton ...
Government regulators are fining Comcast $2.3 million, saying the cable giant has charged customers for stuff they never ordered, like premium channels or extra cable boxes.
Yahoo's reported willingness to search user email to assist U.S. government investigators has revived concerns about court-approved surveillance programs that companies aren't allowed to disclose to the people using their ...
The robot olympics are coming to Japan in 2020, the same year that the eyes of the world will be on the summer games in Tokyo.
The federal government is using a new assessment of mineral resources on 10 million acres in six Western states to decide whether to ban potential mining on the land to protect an imperiled bird.
There's a debate raging right now over whether President Barack Obama, before he leaves office, should grant Edward Snowden a pardon.
A Homeland Security Department official says hackers have targeted the voter registration systems of more than 20 states in recent months.
National election results in the UK could look vastly different if all immigrants had the right to vote, which they should, according to new research.