The State Department is warning American businesses operating in North Africa of an increased risk of retaliation by militants over the U.S. military campaign against the Islamic State.
Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. declined by 12 this week to 1,918.
The $72.8 million sale of Montana's Mountain West Bank to First Interstate Bank closes Friday.
Budgets for the agencies responsible for fighting Ebola have lost ground in recent years, sparking a partisan blame game in Washington over who's at fault.
A Massachusetts man who was part of an international cybercrime ring has been sentenced to 2 1/2 years in prison.
The Secret Service is charged with watching the president's back, but who's watching his wallet? When his credit card was declined last month while dining in New York, President Barack Obama wondered if he had become a victim of identity theft.
Crews have started demolishing Detroit's Packard auto factory complex, more than 50 years after the last car was produced there.
Teenaged baseball players who throw more than 100 pitches per week are at heightened risk of an injury that could permanently mar normal shoulder development, says a new study.
Lawyers for the state asked a judge on Friday to let a jury decide the legal battle over the state's landmark 2011 pension overhaul.
Europe's economy sputters, oil prices plunge and stocks start swinging wildly.
ITT Educational Services Inc. shares skyrocketed Friday after the for-profit education company said that enrollment fell less than expected at its schools in recent months.
Officials with the soon-to-close Vermont Yankee nuclear plant said Friday it could cost up to $1.24 billion to decommission the reactor, and that they currently have about half that much in a fund dedicated to paying for that work.
The death toll in the Ebola outbreak has risen to 4,546 out of 9,191 known cases in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday.