A state fair, where one person was killed and seven others were injured when an "aggressive thrill" ride broke apart, will be open Thursday, officials said, but the rides won't be running until they all are determined to be safe.
President Donald Trump is donating his second-quarter salary to the Department of Education.
Deutsche Bank says its net profit rebounded to 466 million euros ($545 million) in the second quarter from a mere 20 million euros a year earlier.
American financier Bill Browder who has spent years doing business in Moscow says the Kremlin was likely behind the meeting between Donald Trump Jr. and two Russians last year.
About two weeks after teasing a potential bid for US Senate, musician Kid Rock announced early Thursday morning that he is creating a non-profit to promote voter registration.
Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker just got what may be the biggest political boost of his career, and it couldn't have come at a much better time.
Viacom is out of the running to acquire Scripps Networks Interactive, leaving Discovery Communications as the only remaining suitor in talks to purchase the cable TV programmer.
How did Larry David deliver a spot-on impression of Bernie Sanders on "Saturday Night Live"? Apparently its in his DNA.
Incoming White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci tweeted that he will contact the FBI and DOJ about a leak of his financial disclosure.
A jury is set to hear closing arguments at the securities fraud trial of former biotech CEO and social media provocateur Martin Shkreli (SHKREL'-ee).
In an exclusive interview with Fox News' "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Wednesday, Vice President Mike Pence touted President Trump's "candor" in airing his frustration with Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Samsung said it expected the memory chip boom to continue in the current quarter, after reporting a record operating profit for the three months through June.
CNN's Chris Moody takes you to Baltimore, where the nation's oldest civil rights group charts its way forward under Trump. The question is: How?
White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci vowed Wednesday to take a hard line against leaks from the West Wing, telling Fox News' "Hannity," "we're going to let people go if we have to."