Bitcoin trading starts on the huge CME exchange

The Chicago-based CME exchange begins Bitcoin trading for investors. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

On Pro Football: Steelers Find New Level of Agony at the Hands of the Patriots

Pittsburgh had been looking forward to this game for 11 months. But what looked like a breakthrough unraveled in dramatic fashion. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Sarah Palin's son arrested on domestic violence claims

Court documents say Track Palin, the oldest son of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, was arrested on charges related to domestic violence again. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this […]

Stranded travelers describe airport as 'completely pitch black'

Travelers stranded on planes on the tarmac for hours. Darkness in the terminal. Passengers guiding their cautious steps by the flashlights on their phones. (…) Read more > Continue Reading […]

You Want to Climb Mount Everest? Here’s What It Takes

Questions and answers about the world’s highest mountain, and the people who try to get to the top of it. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Jay-Z brings cancer survivor on stage

The rapper halts his show in California after spotting a fan’s sign in the audience. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Paris attacks suspect's trial in Belgium postponed

A closely watched trial in Belgium involving the only surviving suspect in the 2015 attacks in Paris has been postponed until Feb. 5 to give a new defense lawyer time […]

Matt Damon on Harvey Weinstein, sexual harassment and confidentiality agreements

Matt Damon opened up about Harvey Weinstein and others on “Popcorn With Peter Travers.” (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Power restored to Atlanta's international airport but thousands of commuters stranded after flights canceled

A power outage at Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport left thousands of passengers at the world’s busiest airport stranded in the dark on Sunday and grounded incoming and outgoing planes indefinitely. […]

Bob Seidemann, 75, Photographer of Rock Stars and Aviators, Dies

He became famous for his shots of Janis Joplin and the Grateful Dead. His later subjects included Chuck Yeager and Gen. James Doolittle. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this […]

Flu: Parents urged to give toddlers spray vaccine

Wales’ chief medical officer says it could also help stop the spread of flu in the community. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

‘The Last Jedi’: 6 Burning Questions (and Answers) Before You Watch

What is a porg, how did Leia become a general and what happened in the last movie? (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

On Pro Basketball: For Kobe Bryant, a Double Salute, With Two Numbers Headed to the Rafters

For two decades in the N.B.A., Bryant was almost singular in his intensity. And on Monday night, the numbers he wore — No. 8 and 24 — will be retired. […]

American Who Escaped Crowded Bali Prison Is Recaptured

Chrishan Beasley, a Californian held on drug charges, was seized outside a hotel on a neighboring island in Indonesia. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >

Hamill talks future of 'Star Wars' and saying goodbye to Carrie Fisher

"It’s no longer Luke’s story … it’s Rey’s story," he says. (…) Read more > Continue Reading this News >