Krauthammer: If Obama convinces UN security council to agree to Iran deal, 'sanctions regime will be over'
Syndicated columnist Charles Krauthammer said Friday on “Special Report with Bret Baier” that if President Obama gets the United Nations Security Council to agree to a deal the United States, along with its P5+1 partners, negotiates with the Iranians, the sanctions regime will, in essence, be over.
S&P Dow Jones Indices says it has made a slew of changes to its stock market gauges.
An investment banker and a St. Louis law firm are settling for up to $8.25 million in a lawsuit over bonding for a failed Missouri sweetener factory.
More than a year after chemicals spilled into the drinking water for 300,000 people, state lawmakers have voted to peel back protections to prevent leaky tanks from threatening water supplies again.
The market closed lower for a third-straight week, marking its longest losing streak in two months.
Blue Bell has ordered a recall of some single-serve ice cream products after five people developed a foodborne illness in Kansas after eating the products.
New Jersey this week issued its first standards for edible forms of medical marijuana, a move that could clear the way for the state's three dispensaries to start making and selling the products.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Friday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market: NYSE Aeropostale Inc., down 64 cents to $3.06 The teen clothing retailer reported mixed fourth-quarter results and provided a weak first-quarter outlook.
While questions about Canadian-born Sen. Ted Cruz’s eligibility to be president haven’t drawn much attention, two former Justice Department lawyers have weighed in with a bipartisan verdict: Cruz, they say, is eligible to run for the White House.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Friday it wants to conduct more site inspections before holding a meeting on whether to approve a drug made by Merck & Co Inc. used in surgeries.
Drugmaker Merck & Co. no longer expects its experimental injection sugammadex to be approved next month after another regulatory setback.
The Argentine government is warning Citibank that it could lose its license in the South American country if it follows the order of a U.S. judge.
Every investor's eyes will be focused on the Federal Reserve's policy statement and whether the word ‘patient’ stays in or is removed from a statement following a two-day meeting among Federal Open Market Committee members.