CNBC's Arjun Kharpal discusses Microsoft's earnings, saying that the company faces increasing competition from hardware giants like Apple, Samsung and now Huawei.
Protesters stormed into Macedonia's parliament and assaulted the leader of the Social Democrats on Thursday after his party and ethnic Albanian allies voted to elect an Albanian as parliament speaker, witnesses said.
A former federal prosecutor and civil rights chief at the Justice Department, Alex Acosta, has been confirmed as President Donald Trump's labor secretary
Witnesses say an Arkansas inmate who was the last in the state to be put to death before one of the state's lethal injection drugs expires lurched and convulsed on the gurney before he died
Sony Corp. is reporting January-March profit of 27.7 billion yen ($250 million) on the back of healthy sales of image sensors, PlayStation 4 game software and batteries for mobile devices, marking a recovery from its red ink a year ago
The executive running Uber's self-driving car division is stepping aside while the company defends itself against charges that he provided the project with technology stolen from a Google spinoff
Republican lawmakers are pushing a plan to require the University of Wisconsin System to discipline students who disrupt speeches and presentations, and force campuses to remain neutral on public issues
Syndicated columnist and Fox News contributor weighs in on the Ann Coulter-Berkeley controversy and the attempted silencing of conservative voices on campuses around the country #Tucker
Berkeley officials warned students as they anticipated clashes between Coulter supporters and opponents after she cancelled her scheduled speech. But does the conservative author and commentator still want to prove a point about the First Amendment?