Mexico City Proposes Regulations for Uber
Mexico City proposes regulations allowing Uber, other phone-based ride apps
Iran to US: Nuke Deal Could Result in Joint Cooperation
Iranian foreign minister to US: Good nuclear deal could lead to some common causes
Solar-Powered Plane Lands in Hawaii After Flight From Japan
The plane lands in Hawaii after record-breaking five-day flight from Japan.
Washington Woman's Measles Death Is First in US Since 2003
Woman's death by measles in Washington state is first in the US since 2003
CORRECTS: Solar-Powered Airplane Lands in Hawaii After Record-Breaking 5-Day Flight From Japan
CORRECTS: Solar-powered airplane lands in Hawaii after record-breaking 5-day flight from Japan
Russian Parliament Votes to Adopt Controversial Privacy Law
Russian parliament adopts law forcing search engines to remove search results upon request
Uber Suspends Low-Cost Service in France Amid Legal Pressure
Uber suspends lowest-cost service in France after managers charged, Uber drivers attacked
Company Town? In Seattle, Some Fret Over Amazon's Growth
In Seattle, famous for boom-and-bust since the Gold Rush, some fret over Amazon's weight
Russian Supply Ship Launched to International Space Station
Russian cargo ship lifts off to International Space Station, vital success after 2 failures
Federal Report: Polar Bears in Peril Due to Global Warming
Federal report: Polar bears unlikely to recover unless humans reverse global warming
Gene Therapy for Cystic Fibrosis Promising for Some Patients
Gene therapy for cystic fibrosis promising for some patients but not yet ready for wide use
Yellowstone Loses Radio Frequencies Used to Track Wildlife
Yellowstone loses license for radio frequencies used to track wolves, elk; research continues
Washington Woman's Measles Death Is First in US Since 2003
Woman's death by measles in Washington state is first in the US since 2003
Intel President Renee James to Leave Chipmaker
Intel President Renee James to leave chipmaker early next year, seeking CEO role elsewhere
Top US Auto Safety Regulator Says Chrysler to Face Sanctions
Top US auto safety regulator says Fiat Chrysler will face sanctions for conduct in recalls
Cuba Launches 1st Public Wi-Fi Hotspots on Havana Avenue
Cuba launches 1st public Wi-Fi hotspots on Havana's bustling 23rd Street; cost is $2 an hour
Google's New App Blunders by Calling Black People 'Gorillas'
Google's photo app labels black people as 'gorillas,' showing flaws of automated recognition
Heaven Scent: Finding May Help Restore Fragrance to Roses
Heaven scent: Discovery may help restore fragrance to roses that have lost beautiful smell
US Regulator Says Fiat Chrysler Recall Woes Are Widespread
US agency says Fiat Chrysler didn't move quickly enough recalls, cites widespread problems
Rainbow Facebook Photos: Armchair Activism or Shifting Tide?
Armchair activism or shifting tide? Facebook profile photos turn rainbow
Google Unit Sorry for Including Concentration Camps in Game
Google subsidiary apologizes for making Nazi concentration camps part of smartphone game
Taiwan Pilot in February TransAsia Crash Described as Hasty
Taiwan officials say pilot in crash throttled down working engine; colleagues say he was hasty
Study: Polar Bears Could Feel Global Warming's Sting by 2025
Report: Global warming could hurt polar bear numbers in Alaska, elsewhere as soon as 2025
Former Federal Agent Pleads Guilty to Extortion
Former DEA agent pleads guilty to extortion in theft of bitcoins during probe of drug site
New USGS Report: Coastal Erosion Threatens Northern Alaska
New USGS report says coastal erosion in northern Alaska threatens habitat and infrastructure
Hewlett-Packard Moves Forward With Plan to Split in 2
Hewlett-Packard files papers to separate its commercial tech business from PCs and printers
2 Red Panda Cubs Born at Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo
2 red panda cubs born a Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo for the 1st time in its history
California Slips Back to No. 8 Economy in World
California's dominance over Brazil is short-lived as state slips back to No. 8-largest economy
Robot Grabs, Crushes Man at Volkswagen Plant
It happened at a plant north of Frankfurt, Germany.
Ex-Iowa State Scientist Gets Prison for Faking HIV Research
Ex-Iowa State University scientist gets 4½ years prison for altering research on HIV vaccine