The House Ethics Committee said it has found no evidence of wrongdoing by nine members of Congress who went on a 2013 trip to Azerbaijan paid for by that country's government.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market: NYSE LinkedIn Corp., down $23.89 to $203.26 The professional networking service's results topped expectations but it's been caught up in the malaise hitting social-networking stocks.
Jim Craig, the goalie on the “Miracle on Ice” hockey team, plans to sell his collection of memorabilia from the 1980 Winter Olympics. The asking price: $5.7 million.
The marijuana industry is hoping a federal judge will force regulators to let pot businesses access the banking system by setting up its own credit union.
The July jobs report is the highlight of next week’s economic calendar with the Federal Reserve watching closely for sustained momentum in the all-important labor sector.
The broader averages declined after U.S. crude settled at its lowest level since October 2008, on the heels of weak reports from Chevron, Exxon.
Online taxi-hailing company Uber Technologies Inc has closed a new round of funding that values the company at close to $51 billion, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
A former Pennsylvania hospital employee has been indicted on charges he performed flawed genetic tests on 124 late-stage cancer patients and then lied about it.
The husband of a technology executive killed when a speeding Amtrak train derailed in Philadelphia has sued the railroad for wrongful death.
On Friday, it was revealed in a health care statement that former Secretary of State and current Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has hypothyroidism as well as allergies, and is taking Armour Thyroid.
The horse racing industry's focus will be on New Jersey this weekend, as Triple Crown winner American Pharaoh runs in the $1.75 million Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park.
Classified emails on Hillary Clinton's personal server, and a back-up copy on a thumb drive held by her lawyer David Kendall, appear to be a violation of the U.S. code governing the unlawful removal and storage of classified information, according to a leading national security lawyer.