A gunman opened fire Sunday at an online video game tournament that was being livestreamed from a Florida mall, killing multiple people and sending many others to hospitals, authorities said. UPDATE (08/26/2018 7:35 p.m.): The suspect in the deadly shooting in Jacksonville, Florida, is believed to be from Baltimore, Maryland, officials said in a news

‘It’s a jump ball,’ one source says WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump deliberated Sunday about his Supreme Court nominee, appearing to favor different finalists before a planned Monday night announcement that he views as crucial to his legacy. Trump was undecided over the weekend and was making calls Sunday to outside advisers and asking questions

KPMG is this week facing the prospect of a rebellion from shareholders in two of its oldest and highest profile clients, Wells Fargo and General Electric, over its role auditing the beleaguered companies. The two titans of US industry and banking are facing calls to end their decades-old audit relationships with the firm. Professional services

Wells Fargo investors got yet another jolt of bad news on Thursday with the disclosure that regulators are poised to impose a $1 billion penalty on the bank for infractions related to mortgage rate extensions, auto loans, risk compliance and other matters. That comes on top of the $4.25 billion the bank set aside last

A U.S. banking regulator is seeking a record fine of as much as $1 billion against Wells Fargo for auto insurance and mortgage lending abuses, news agency Reuters reported Monday. The penalty would be the first issued by former Charlotte-area congressman Mick Mulvaney, whom President Donald Trump tapped last year to head the Consumer Financial

Charlotte, N.C.-based Bank of America is the latest U.S. financial institution to cut business ties with makers of the AR-15 rifle and other military-style weapons used in mass shootings like the Feb. 14 massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. The AR-15 is the top-selling assault rifle in the U.S., despite the

In a complaint filed Monday, 20 advocacy groups asked the FTC to investigate the Google subsidiary for violating the Child Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA), which limits how a company can collect data about kids under 13. Under the law, companies have to notify parents and get their consent before collecting data on children. “Google

The U.S. economy has added an average of 202,000 jobs each month so far this year, as the unemployment rate remains at a 17-year low, economic growth is accelerating, business and consumer confidence is booming, and wages are rising. CNBC: The Manufacturing Sector Has Been on Fire Since Trump Was Elected — March Was Another

The Department of Homeland Security says it has identified suspected rogue cell tower simulators — popularly known as Stingrays — in Washington.  (U.S. Patent and Trademark Office via AP, File) The U.S. government has acknowledged the existence in Washington D.C. of what appear to be devices that could be used by foreign spies and criminals