CHICAGO — Brewing a morning cup of joe could soon cost a little less, depending on which brand of packaged coffee you use.
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SEATTLE — Microsoft is lending a hand to a dozen companies working to spread affordable Internet access to underserved communities around the world.
HANOI, Vietnam — President Barack Obama and his Vietnamese counterpart announced sweeping new cooperation Monday to bolster both countries’ military might, an accord prompted by the rise of China and that until recently seemed inconceivable for the two wartime foes.
PETERBOROUGH, England — Seen from London, Edinburgh, Oxford or other havens of the cosmopolitan British elite, this country’s vote next month on whether to quit the European Union may appear to be a relatively easy choice.
LOS ANGELES — Captain America and Iron Man found their match at the weekend box office in a group of furious fowl.
In less than a minute, the old American Airlines headquarters was reduced to rubble.
WASHINGTON — California technology companies are poised to take the lead in developing new anti-drone and gun safety tools for the federal government — adding another layer of complexity to the West Coast industry’s relationship with East Coast intelligence agencies.
CHICAGO — Gannett’s unsolicited bid to acquire Tribune Publishing got more personal Friday, with each company calling out the other’s leaders by name and questioning management’s decision-making.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Senate passed its spending bill for transportation, veterans and combating the Zika virus Thursday, continuing a rare period of productivity in the closely divided Congress.
Blood-testing startup Theranos said it sent doctors and patients tens of thousands of corrected test results and voided two years of data from its devices, a devastating blow for the company that has come under scrutiny over the accuracy of its technology.