Free agent safety Eric Reid will no longer protest during the national anthem, which he commonly did while with 49ers.
Toyota, NuTonomy halt self-driving programs as Uber fatality ripples across autonomous car landscape
The Japanese company said it has stopped testing on public roads temporarily out of respect for its safety drivers.
Los Angeles prosecutors say they are declining to bring charges against a Buffalo Bills receiver Zay Jones days after a naked, bloody argument with his brother
The Pittsburgh Pirates head into 2018 with a new-look roster after the offseason trades that sent stars Andrew McCutchen and Gerrit Cole elsewhere
Saudi women still need a man's permission to travel, get a passport or a job, according to Human Rights Watch.
Charles Lazarus, the founder of Toys R Us, has died at the age of 94. The announcement came on the same day that iconic chain began liquidating assets.
Instagram is having a moment, but users fear it may soon have all the same problems as Facebook, from data breaches to Russian manipulation.
Apple is holding a `special event' at a Chicago high school. Might that mean cheaper iPads, a new Apple Pencil, or maybe refreshed Macs?
Marching on Washington is an American tradition that's become so popular that individual marches can go unnoticed. Here's how to avoid that.
The New York-based bank is requiring its credit card partners, borrowers and other clients to bar firearm sales to those under 21 and customers who haven't passed background checks. The restrictions make Citi the first U.S. bank to take a financial stand in the U.S. debate over gun control
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton says Australian GP could be start of competitive Formula One season with Ferrari and Red Bull.
House Speaker Paul Ryan distanced himself from President Donald Trump's expression of congratulations to Russian President Vladimir Putin for his election victory, saying Putin "is trying to do everything he can to undermine democracy." (March 22)
Dwight Howard is suspended for Thursday's game against Memphis after picking up his 16th technical foul this season.
President Trump's tariffs levied on China could mean higher prices for consumers, as well as lower productivity for the economy, experts say.