Netanyahu in speech to Congress, criticizes “bad deal” on Iran nuclear program.
House approves Homeland Security Department funding through September.
Apple edges out Samsung in Q4 global smartphone sales.
Wealthfront now manages more than $2 billion in client assets.
Caesars’ operating unit files bankruptcy exit plan.
Google’s self-driving cars could come with gesture-based controls and pedestrian notifications.
Edward Snowden’s lawyer says he’s willing to return to the U.S. if he’s guaranteed a fair trial.
The new Pebble smartwatch is now the most-funded project in Kickstarter history.
Feds raid California “maternity hotels” for birth tourists.
Howard students will get paid to graduate on time.
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