Ed Henry returning to Fox News after affair revelation

Ed Henry returning to Fox News after affair revelation

Sherman: Fox officials covered up harassment Fox News’ former White House correspondent Ed Henry will be back on the air after a four month break that followed the revelation he had an affair with a Las Vegas hostess. The network confirmed to CNNMoney that he will return Monday to do general assignment reporting under the → Read More

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Men have 'gotta get over' their issues with equal pay

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Men have 'gotta get over' their issues with equal pay

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to Trump: ‘Come and speak to African-Americans’ Kareem Abdul-Jabbar isn’t afraid to express himself. His latest target? The gender pay gap. Abdul-Jabbar sat down with CNN’s Poppy Harlow to discuss his race, politics and unequal pay — topics that he addresses in his new book “Writings on the Wall: Searching for a New → Read More

Hillary Clinton slams Trump for ties to 'alt-right' media

Hillary Clinton slams Trump for ties to 'alt-right' media

What is the alt-right movement? Seeking to forever tie Donald Trump to the “alt-right” and its media icons, Hillary Clinton on Thursday delivered a stemwinding indictment of Trump and his embrace of extreme conservative media, rhetoric and conspiracy theories. The speech, in Reno, Nev., used Trump’s connections to outlets like Breitbart, InfoWars and the National → Read More

iPhone vulnerability used to target journalists, aid workers

iPhone vulnerability used to target journalists, aid workers

iPhone vulnerability used for spying One of the most significant iPhone hacks to date was outed with a simple text message. Security researchers on Thursday announced they had discovered a new piece of iPhone malware that allowed attackers to see virtually everything on your iPhone. They traced the previously unknown spyware back to an Israeli-based → Read More

A Trump presidency would benefit these businesses

A Trump presidency would benefit these businesses

Clinton vs. Trump on wages, taxes and trade If Donald Trump is the next president, some businesses will win big. In a new report, investment bank UBS (UBS) says these five industries would likely “flourish” under a Trump presidency. Read More

Ryan Lochte scores endorsement from 'forgiving' cough drop maker

Ryan Lochte scores endorsement from 'forgiving' cough drop maker

Lochte: ‘I over-exaggerated’ Olympics robbery story While other companies have dropped Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte, Pine Bros. cough drops have signed him to a new endorsement deal. “Just as Pine Bros. is forgiving to your throat, the company asks [the] public for a little forgiveness for an American swimming legend,” the company said in announcing → Read More

Volkswagen agrees to compensate US dealers over emissions scandal

Volkswagen agrees to compensate US dealers over emissions scandal

Volkswagen emissions scandal: A timeline The cost of Volkswagen’s emissions scandal keeps climbing. The company has now agreed on compensation for the dealerships that had diesel VW cars on their lots that turned out to be rigged to cheat on emissions tests. The deal announced Thursday — which is likely worth tens of millions of → Read More

Global trade at slowest pace in 7 years

Global trade at slowest pace in 7 years

Trump’s message isn’t wooing workers losing jobs to Mexico Companies across the world are pumping the brakes this year on shipments and new purchases from overseas. Global trade volume only rose 0.1% in June compared to a year ago, according an analysis of government global trade data released Thursday by Panjiva, an analytics firm. Read More

Uber bleeds more than $1 billion in six months

Uber bleeds more than $1 billion in six months

Your next Uber could be a self-driving car Uber may be the most valuable privately held company in the world, but that doesn’t mean it’s making money. The company lost at least $1.27 billion in the first half of this year, according to Bloomberg News. Uber declined to comment on the report, but Bloomberg reported → Read More

Uber tests $2 flat rate fares to take on public transit

Uber tests $2 flat rate fares to take on public transit

Your next Uber could be a self-driving car It costs $2.25 to ride a city bus in San Francisco. Uber thinks you can do better. The ride-hailing company is experimenting with a new service that will charge users a flat rate of $2 to catch an UberPool, where a car is shared with other riders → Read More

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