Wife of lawmaker who killed himself amid sexual misconduct allegations plans to run for his seat
The wife of Kentucky state Rep. Dan Johnson said Johnson was the victim of a "high-tech lynching" and announced she would run to replace him in the Legislature.
White nationalist accused of killing a protester in Charlottesville is charged with first-degree murder
James Alex Fields, Jr. was previously charged with second-degree murder after he drove a car into a crowd in Charlottesville, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer.
China is preparing for a trillion-dollar autonomous-driving revolution
Nearly 300 regions and cities have introduced projects for smart cities controlled by artificial intelligence that can be used in tandem with autonomous cars.
An ad agency put graffiti artists and Instagram stars in charge and managed to pull in 30 million in revenue
Havas' new wave ad agency The Annex has pulled in $30 million in revenue by hiring graffiti artists, Instagram stars and Chance the Rapper's designer
The Fed could pump the brakes on bitcoins 1 500 rally
Don Ross, CEO of PDQ Enterprises, operator of CODA Markets, a Chicago-based dark pool, thinks further hikes could pump the breaks on bitcoin's eye-popping rally.