Trump's First Budget: Trillions In Cuts

It calls on Congress to spend $4.1 trillion next year, a little more than what is being spent this year. But it would greatly reallocate where many federal funds go -- beefing up spending in some areas, while slashing it ...

Ariana Grande Suspends Tour Following Manchester Terror Attack

Pop star Ariana Grande has suspended her "Dangerous Woman" tour in the wake of a terror attack following her concert in Manchester that left 22 people dead, a source with knowledge of the situation told CNN.

Snapchat Unveils Custom Stories, Amid Battle With Facebook

On Tuesday, Snapchat unveiled a new tool that lets users collaborate with friends and family to create custom Stories. Stories are photo and video posts that are shared by users and disappear after 24 hours.

Uber's CEO Is Just So Misunderstood

Over the years, Uber's CEO has been described as arrogant and a "bro-y alpha-nerd" -- along with plenty of more colorful terms not fit to print here. And that was before Uber's endless string of PR crises kicked off this ...

How To Hide Your Embarrassing Instagram Posts

Facebook-owned Instagram is testing a new "archive" feature that lets users hide posts to a private space on their profile. As part of the test, users can also un-hide posts at any time to return them to their previous place ...

Mark Zuckerberg: I'm Not Running For Office

Speculation that Zuckerberg may be preparing to run for office has flourished during his "listening tour," in which he has been traveling the country -- and posing for photos at a Ford plant, on a tractor, feeding a cow and ...

New Ford CEO's Resume Includes Furniture And Football

Hackett, 62, was named Monday to replace Mark Fields, who was ousted after a three-year tenure. The stock price fell almost 40% with Fields in charge, and Ford fell behind competitors in the race to develop electric and later self-driving ...

How Facebook Decides What Violent And Explicit Content Is Allowed

As the company scrambles to deal with videos of suicide and murder posted on its platform, a report from The Guardian gives new insights into the uncomfortable role the social media giant now plays as a content regulator.

Auto Sales Are Slowing, And Upheaval Is Next

The U.S. auto boom that fueled record sales and profits is winding down. Next up: A radical transformation that could threaten the survival of some automakers.

Outage hits Starbucks stores in U.S. and Canada

The outage happened after the company ran a regular technology update on cash registers overnight.

Does Anyone In Trump's White House Have Credibility?

The next time the White House wants to make a credible defense of President Trump's actions, who should it send to the podium?

Facebook Refunds Advertisers Over Measurement Error

Facebook said Tuesday it is offering refunds after a "bug" caused some advertisers to be billed incorrectly when users clicked on videos in a carousel ad unit.

This Is 'SportsCenter'? ESPN Is Changing Its Flagship Show

The media landscape is changing, and ESPN has to change with it. That includes changes to "SportsCenter," its flagship broadcast since the network went on the air in 1979.

Boeing Cleared To Fly The 737 Max, Delivers First Jet

That came after Boeing's 737 fleet was briefly grounded starting on May 10 due to engine concerns.

Are More Hollywood Hacks On The Horizon?

As studios and networks put their movies and shows into the hands of consumers on more platforms, they face the pressing challenge of how to keep their content out of the hands of hackers, according to Grady Summers, chief technology ...