(CNN) Police in riot gear faced off with protesters on horseback as the monthslong protests over the Dakota Access Pipeline came to a head Thursday.
Investors once feared that the rise of mobile devices would cripple Google. Instead, smartphones are giving the search giant second life.
People are reflected in a board showing market indices in Tokyo July 28, 2015. REUTERS/Thomas Peter. By Shinichi Saoshiro | TOKYO.
MILAN (AP) - Italian oil and gas giant Eni says it narrowed third-quarter losses but continued to be stung by the downturn in gas and oil prices.
Ads have begun to leak, stores have started releasing holiday hours and holiday gimmicks are all the rage. Read on for the highlights of Black Friday 2016 so far.