George H.W. Bush will lie in state in Capitol Rotunda for two days and will be buried at his presidential library in Houston on Thursday.
Kanye West was on his cell phone during the opening night for broadway’s “The Cher Show.”
The British government has the power to unilaterally stop the Brexit process.
Quora, the Q&A site, was hit by a data breach.
Apollo has emerged as the lead bidder for Arconic.
The U.S. is ending subsidies for electric cars and other items including renewable energy sources.
Qatar said it plans to leave OPEC, a surprise decision for a member that has long played a key role inside the cartel, but has more recently clashed with de facto leader Saudi Arabia.
Apple launches an online store with a 10 percent discount for active military and veterans.
Glenn Beck’s TheBlaze and CRTV merge to create conservative media company.