TurboTax halts state e-filing amid data breach probe.
NBC News is now investigating Brian Williams following his retraction that he was in a helicopter in Iraq that was shot down.
American employers added 257,000 jobs in January, signaling that the economic momentum of last year carried into 2015.
ISIS says U.S. female hostage was killed in Syria due to Jordanian airstrikes but officials cannot confirm this.
At more than 30 million views, Liam Neeson’s Clash of Clan’s spot is the most viewed Super Bowl ad on YouTube.
Bumble, the Sadie Hawkins of dating apps, introduces direct photo-messaging.
Harvard just banned sex between teachers and students.
Next Northeast snowstorm could last into next week, forecasters say.
From the too little too late department: Former Apple CEO John Sculley who fired Steve Jobs says “I wish I had hired him back.”
Twitter backtracks from blaming Apple software for user loss.
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