The House has voted to continue transportation programs for six years with no significant increase in spending. That's despite warnings that the nation's roads, bridges and transit systems are falling apart.
The House on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a revised $607 billion defense policy bill that restricts President Barack Obama's efforts to close the military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Valeant Pharmaceuticals International shares fell as much as 20 percent, building on weeks of steep losses over concerns about its ties to specialty pharmacy Philidor Rx Services.
“Innovation is our lifeblood,” according to Levi Strauss & Co. CEO Chip Bergh.
A Colombian man's lung tumors turned out to have an extremely unusual cause: The rapidly growing masses weren't actually made of human cells, but were from a tapeworm living inside him, according to a report of the case.
Natural-gas futures gained more ground on Thursday after the
An East Chicago, Ind., councilman charged with murder has been re-elected.
New York Fed President William Dudley kicked off a conference of bankers and regulators with a warning that public trust in financial institutions has been compromised, and he urged Wall Street to focus less on seeking out "bad apples" and more on improving "apple barrels."
Target Corp. said it will close 13 U.S. stores on Jan. 30, 2016.
Peyton Walton, of Poolesville, Md., has to stay at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York for five weeks to undergo treatment for cancer.
A set of conjoined twins scheduled for delivery on Monday in Augusta, Georgia, can be seen in a sonogram facing one another as though embracing.
U.S. stocks opened little changed on Thursday as contrasting earnings and economic data dominated headlines.