California regulator criticizes utility over power outages
California's utility regulator is issuing a series of sanctions against Pacific Gas and Electric for what it calls "failures in execution" during the largest planned power shut-off in state history to avoid wildfires.
Do California power shutoffs work? Hard to know, experts say
Experts say it's hard to know whether keeping millions of Californians in the dark prevented a catastrophic wildfire.
Chicago teachers may test unions' 'social justice' strategy
A threatened strike by Chicago teachers would be the latest test of teachers' unions strategy to expand contract talks beyond members' pay or benefits and into broader classroom issues.
Protests erupt as Spain convicts leading Catalan separatists
Spanish court convicts Catalan leaders for secession attempt; likely to inflame supporters.
Nobel prize honors breakthroughs on lithium-ion batteries
The 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry will be awarded Wednesday, a day after the Physics reward was given to a Canadian-American cosmologist and two Swiss scientists.
'Nothing-burger': US-China truce leaves big issues for later
"Nothing-burger': US-China truce short on details, leaves tough issues for later.
AP Interview: Sanders details plan to 'end corporate greed'
AP Interview: Bernie Sanders on his proposal to 'end corporate greed and corruption' by making big companies give ownership stakes to workers.
Ecuador crisis weakens president, strengthens indigenous
Ecuador is celebrating a deal President Lenín Moreno and indigenous leaders struck to cancel a disputed austerity package and end nearly two weeks of protests.
3 EU nations say Brexit talks likely to go beyond summit
Ireland says that a Brexit deal may be possible in the coming days, after technical teams from Britain and the European Union worked through the weekend.
3 economists who study poverty win Nobel Prize
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences will announce the last Nobel winner later Monday, when it awards its prestigious economics prize.
'Joker' tops box office again, beats 'Addams Family'
'Joker' tops the box office again, beating 'Addams Family' and 'Gemini Man'.
'Glory to Ukraine': Nationalist groups protest president
Far-right groups protest Ukrainian president's peace plan as he warns against violence.
Wages, pensions, plant investments still issues in GM strike
As strike hits Day 29, GM and union still apart on products for U.S. factories, wages, and pensions.
Despite defections, Facebook officially launches Libra
Facebook to move forward with its Libra digital currency project, despite several high-profile defections from the undertaking and pressure from U.S. politicians.
Warren escalates Facebook fight with ad targeting Zuckerberg
Big Tech is now a big punching bag for politicians of all stripes.
If political talk disrupts a workplace, bosses must step in
With the presidential election a little over a year away, business owners will likely start seeing staffers spending more time discussing politics.
The Latest: Nobel winner thought message was scam at first
The Nobel prize in economics has been awarded to Abhijit Banerjee, Esther Duflo and Michael Kremer "for their experimental approach to alleviating global poverty.".
Stocks close slightly lower after choppy day on Wall Street
Stocks are wobbling between small gains and losses in early trading on Wall Street as investors remain cautious about the prospects of a full trade agreement between the U.S. and China.
Facebook's Libra currency battered by defections, pushback
Facebook faces a rough road ahead with Libra, but defections by high-profile partners are still unlikely to spell the end for the digital currency.
Apple has a lot to lose if it crosses China's party bosses
Apple drops app that allows activists in Hong Kong to report police movements from its online store following Chinese criticism.