Staples, the nation's largest office-supply company, announced Thursday that as nearly half of its sales are now generated online, it plans to close more than 10 percent of its stores.
This week's roundup of Good Reads includes monarch butterflies in peril, identity theft, crossbreeding super vegetables, a profile of E.E. Cummings, and how much we don't know about science.
Norway leads the gold medal count and the United States is on top of the overall medal tally. Russia has one less medal than the US.
This time, it was the Canadian men who held off the Americans in the semifinal round of the hockey tournament at the Sochi Winter Olympic Games.
American Mikaela Shiffrin attempts Olympic gold in the women's slalom race, while Team USA faces off with its historic rival Canada in the men's hockey semifinal.
Texas-based BNSF Railway will buy 5,000 strengthened tank cars, setting a new safety standard in an industry plagued by accidents, including a major train derailment in Quebec last July.
Also on Thursday, the Swiss women's team defeated Sweden for the bronze medal.
Yuzuru Hanyu of Japan fell twice Friday, but Canada's Patrick Chan couldn't take advantage to win his country's first men's figure skating gold. The entire night was error-filled.
Countries across the globe have justified deductions, extra percentages, and wacky ways of coming up with tax revenue. Here's a countdown of the 12 strangest tax laws around the world.
The Russians have not won an Olympic gold in men's hockey since 1992, and they've looked worse and worse every Winter Games. The pressure is immense to turn it around in Sochi.