Arizona State University said Thursday that applicants to degree programs at its college of law will be allowed to use generative artificial intelligence in application preparation.
The Mega Millions jackpot now stands at $1.05 billion, an estimated $527.9 million, after no players claimed the winning ticket following Friday night's drawing.
Progressive Democrats are proposing a new tax structure aimed at raising millions and maybe billions of dollars from the super wealthy.
Cruise CEO and co-founder Kyle Vogt discusses the regulatory challenges facing autonomous vehicles as the self-driving car company rolls out robotaxis in San Francisco on 'The Claman Countdown.'
Master plumber Chris Sbrocco joins ‘The Big Money Show’ to discuss the Biden administration’s controversial decision to target water heaters in their latest environmental push.
Gasoline prices surged as oil prices heated up, and there's room for more increases, according to AAA.
Former New York and New Jersey Port Authority Vice Chairman Scott Rechler discusses Chris Christie's GOP primary strategy on 'Cavuto: Coast to Coast.'
President Biden and his family will go down as "one of the most politically corrupt" in U.S. history, Rep. Nancy Mace, R-S.C., said as more than $50 million is reportedly tied to them through Hunter Biden’s business transactions.
As Con Edison readies to gradually raise gas and electric rates by starting with a 9% hike next month, the company responds to customer complaints of "overcharging."
U.S. businesses and consumers alike are trying to adapt as heat alerts and record-setting temperatures impact Americans from coast-to-coast, driving many indoors.
A handful of Walmart's stores in New York this month had incidents of credit card skimmers at registers, according to local reports. The devices facilitate the theft of consumers' information.
The Nevada Gaming Commission is meeting to hear a stipulation for a settlement that calls on casino mogul Steve Wynn to pay $10 million over claims of workplace sexual misconduct.
Microsoft is under fire from European Union antitrust investigators over the software company’s bundling of its chat and video app Teams with its Office product.
L.A. County Deputy District Attorney Jonathan Hatami joins ‘Varney & Co.’ to discuss his campaign plan to run for Los Angeles district attorney.
Manhattan Institute Senior Fellow Chris Rufo says Ron DeSantis’ stance on African-American history curriculum has become politicized by the left and details his new book, ‘America’s Cultural Revolution: How the Radical Left Conquered Everything.'
'Varney & Co.' host Stuart Varney discusses the number of problems bearing down on President Biden.
Rep. Tim Burchett argues Democrats will use Biden's declining mental condition as a smokescreen for any ties to Hunter Biden's alleged criminal business dealings.
Senate Health Committee member Rand Paul, R-Ky., joins ‘Mornings with Maria’ to discuss Speaker McCarthy’s recent impeachment threat against President Biden.
Supreme Court bar member Mark Smith on what happens next in Hunter Biden's 'sweetheart' plea deal.
U.S. District Judge Lewis Kaplan held off Wednesday on making a final decision about whether Sam Bankman-Fried will stay out on bail or get returned to custody.