Job growth turned out to be a lot slower in September than most economists had been assuming. Now, with hiring looking weak, they think the Federal Reserve may put off any rate increase until 2016.
The 15-year-old, who was not named because of his age, must serve at least five years of that sentence. Police found that the teen had exchanged thousands of messages with extremists abroad.
The departure of Bloomberg Businessweek editor Josh Tyrangiel shows the degree to which Michael Bloomberg has put his mark on the company since his surprise return as CEO late last year.
A day before his private meeting with controversial Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, Pope Francis met with his friend from Argentina at the Vatican Embassy in Washington, D.C.
A business group says the limit will hurt American workers. Environmentalists say it’s not strict enough. The rule is intended to reduce the health damage of smog.
T-Mobile CEO says he is “incredibly angry” about the privacy breach and offers free credit monitoring for customers.
Speaking forcefully about the need for gun policy reform Thursday, Obama said, “Our thoughts and prayers are not enough.”
Apple has long touted the power and design of its devices, but recently it’s been emphasizing their privacy features. Tim Cook describes how Apple is protecting and using, or not using, customer data.
Unsurprisingly, the car company’s U.S. sales slowed in the last third of September. Also: German prosecutors say they didn’t open a criminal investigation into the former CEO, Martin Winterkorn.
Local authorities say a 20-year-old male opened fire on Thursday at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg in western Oregon. At least seven are dead.
A federal judge has ruled that a child’s exposure to traumatic events could lead to disability. The decision allows a case against the Compton Unified School District to move forward.
The New York Police Department is rolling out a new policy to record officers’ use of force. The strategy has already been implemented in L.A. and Seattle. Advocates say it’s an effective way to limit force; but cops say it’s burdensome bureaucracy, and causes them to lay off potential criminals.
Europe is desperate to stop the flow of refugees from Syria, and that means countering ISIS and also ousting Bashar al-Assad. Russia’s military action to prop up Assad is making things difficult.
A defense official tells NPR that the Marine Corps is seeking to bar female Marines from some ground combat jobs. NPR’s Robert Siegel speaks to Rep. Seth Moulton, from the House Armed Services panel.
The exact number of casualties is unclear after the incident at Umpqua Community College in rural western Oregon. Local authorities say the threat is now over.