U.S. stocks gain most in two weeks as China market stabilizes.
Jonathan Pollard, who was convicted 30 years ago as a spy for Israel, will be released on parole in November.
Intel and Micron are claiming that new memory chips are 1,000 times faster than the current versions.
German regulator orders Facebook to allow pseudonyms.
Homeownership rate drops to 63.4 percent in second quarter of this year, the lowest since 1967, says U.S. Census.
Messaging app VIber buys Nextpeer to add social features to its gaming portal.
Amazon provides new details on its plan for a drone superhighway in the sky.
Cecil, Zimbabwe’s famous lion, was killed by an American dentist.
Roger Goodell upholds Patriots quarterback Tom Brady’s four-game suspension.
George Washington University is ditching SATs.
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