In a Web-exclusive Afternoon Mo' Joe greenroom interview, Startup America Partnership chairman Steve Case talks to MSNBC's Richard Wolffe about the next trends in technology and how to encourage innovators to stay in America.
The wife of a jailed former justice of the peace in the Texas county where a district attorney and his wife were found dead in their home in March has been arrested and charged with capital murder.
Stocks closed sharply lower across the board Wednesday, with all key S&P sectors in the red, following a batch of weaker-than-expected earnings.
Boston had an emotional, if fleeting, return to normal life Wednesday, when the Bruins played the Sabres in the first pro sports event in the city since the marathon bombings – though signs of the tragedy, from which the city is still reeling, were everywhere.
While Nicki Minaj avoided a wardrobe malfunction, it remains to be seen whether she and the rest of the “Idol” crew succeeded in their second aim: getting some love for Amber Holcomb.
One mom at her sewing machine has created more than 100 superhero capes for sick kids, giving them and their families much-needed strength as they battle scary, painful or fatal illnesses.
Scammers, crooks and spreaders of computer malware have wasted little time in trying to play off the public's sympathy for the victims of the Boston Marathon tragedy.
After Monday's bombings near the Boston Marathon's finish line, part of Boylston Street in the city's Back Bay remained cordoned off from pedestrians and traffic.