|Sweet corn out, sweet potatoes in: Data shows fundamental shifts in American farming|
Farmers are planting less of the classics such as corn, potatoes, green beans and peas. In their place, new vegetables such as sweet potatoes and leafy greens are defining American farms.
|Apple said Qualcommâ€™s tech was no good. But in private communications, it was â€˜the best.â€™|
Sealed documents, obtained as part of a trial between the two tech giants, offer a rare window into the decision-making process of one of the most secretive and powerful companies on the planet.
|Saving for retirement is hard. Knowing how to spend it down is harder.|
A million bucks sounds like a lot, but is it really?
|Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said to be under close scrutiny in federal privacy probe|
Federal regulators investigating Facebook for mishandling its usersâ€™ personal information have set their sights on the companyâ€™s chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, exploring his past statements on privacy and weighing whether to seek new, heightened oversight of his leadership.
|Mom jeans made women love denim again|
American women are buying more jeans â€” and especially discounted ones â€” as retailers stock new cuts, colors and styles.
|You can buy a baby T. rex skeleton on eBay for $3 million. Scientists would rather you didnâ€™t.|
Allowing the rare artifact to end up in private ownership robs researchers and the public of the chance to learn from it, scientists say.
|How WhatsApp, FaceTime and other encryption apps shaped the outcome of the Mueller report|
Encryption has become available to almost anyone since the Snowden leaks showed the vulnerability of modern communication. That fact was on display as special counsel Robert Mueller explained why he couldn't get to the bottom of some well known Trump-Russia contacts.