By John Dyer
The FBI’s request for Apple to help unlock an iPhone that belonged to a gunman in the San Bernardino mass shooting could have massive repercussions.
For the first time since 2001, OPEC and non-OPEC nations have agreed to control global oil supplies amid a price slump that's hammering state budgets from Venezuela to Nigeria.
A founder of the company — and creator of the ubiquitous coffee product — is seeking to redeem himself for the all the waste created by the machines.
Boeing calls the deal ambitious — but environmentalists say the new rules amount to greenwashing because they don't force airlines to do more than they are already doing.
Puerto Ricans pay three times the amount their fellow Americans pay in the 50 US states for water and electricity, sales taxes are the highest in the nation, and the poverty rate is 45 percent compared to 15 percent in the continental US.
By John Dyer
“Our aim is to open access to a wealth of previously unexplored mineral resources on lifeless rocks hurling through space, without damaging natural habitats,” the country's government declared on Tuesday.
By Tess Owen
A new report projects huge growth in the marijuana industry in 2016, but banks are still wary of working with legal weed merchants due to federal restrictions.
By Ari Paul
The Securities and Exchange Commission has proposed rules that will require companies to disclose how much they pay for the right to drill and mine for resources around the world.
By Greg Walters
A new global alliance to revive oil markets would mark a fundamental shift in the global politics of oil, bringing Russia into unfamiliar alignment with the 13-member Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries in a bid to support falling prices.
Allen, who co-founded Microsoft and owns the NFL Seattle Seahawks and NBA Portland Trail Blazers, donated five months ago to research into coral reef conservation.
By Rob Verger
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is reportedly joining New York's chief lawyer in questioning what the oil giant knew about climate change and what it was telling its shareholders and the public.
Much of the world's cacao is farmed with forced labor, and many of the world's best chocolate makers are broke, their companies close to folding. These are the dismal realities of cheap chocolate.
By Eva Hershaw
Alpha Natural Resources seeks to pay executive bonuses of nearly $12 million in 2016, after incurring $1.3 billion in losses last year and seeking to cut health and life insurance benefits for 1,200 rank-and-file employees.
The US Department of Defense's Task Force for Business and Stability Operations has been an unending source of scandal after audits found that it spent $43 million on a gas station and $150 million on private villas and associated security.
New federal government regulations aimed at cracking down on shady dealings behind all-cash sales of NYC and Miami real estate may be the nail in the coffin for the ultra-lux market.
Amnesty International says batteries in products made by Apple, Samsung, and others contain cobalt mined by kids in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
As he gets set to board a plane to Switzerland, interim Conservative Party leader Rona Ambrose has requested a meeting with the prime minister “at the earliest opportunity to discuss the rapidly deteriorating economy.”
Hong Kong's move comes after the United States and China have pledged to eliminate the import and export of ivory goods.
The moratorium comes amidst a string of major coal company bankruptcy filings and increasing federal regulation of fossil fuel emissions.
By Matt Smith
French regulators raided the automaker's headquarters and two technical facilities, sending the company's stock prices tumbling.