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Google has sent out an Oct. 4 invitation for an event that we think means new devices.

The federal government will release on Tuesday its first rulebook governing the manufacture and sale of self-driving cars

Ahmad Khan Rahami, the man arrested for planting bombs in Manhattan and New Jersey (of which most didn’t go off), is being called “the bumbling terrorist.”

Billionaire investor George Soros says he will invest $500 million to meet the needs of migrants and refugees.

AAA research shows that there is no benefit to using premium gasoline in cars designed to run on regular fuel.

Struggling retail chain Kmart will be closing another 64 stores.

Intel names Robert Swan CFO, replacing Stacy Smith.

Wal-Mart completes its acquisition of Jet.com.

The highest rent in the U.S. belongs to venture capitalists in Silicon Valley.

The husband of Jim Carrey’s late girlfriend sues the comic actor for wrongful death and drug violations.

Photo: The sign outside the Kmart store is seen in Broomfield, Colorado, November 19, 2009. Reuters/Rick Wilking