With the next Fed meeting approaching, the debate over the course of the two day meeting, will be whether or not the economy is ready for an increase in interest rates.
A solid second-quarter earnings report buoyed by good news from the FDA sent shares soaring.
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Nissan Motor Co is recalling about 134,000 late-model cars, mainly in the United States and Canada, because a fluid leak in the braking system could lead to a fire, the company and U.S. regulators said on Friday.
For all the attention on battleground polls giving Hillary Clinton the edge, Donald Trump enjoys at least one electoral advantage in his uphill climb to the White House: Republicans are outpacing Democrats in registering new voters in key states.
Former President Bill Clinton might want to keep the racism accusations to himself from now on -- after ripping Donald Trump for a slogan he's used repeatedly since his 'Comeback Kid' days.
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Friday it will expedite new shipments of its Galaxy Note 7 smartphones from this week in response to a U.S. regulator's advisory to not to turn or charge the phone in flight due to faulty batteries.
The entertainment and dining company has a rare quarterly stumble, but momentum is still in its corner.
Iran may have received an additional $33.6 billion in secret cash and gold payments facilitated by the Obama administration between 2014 and 2016, according to testimony provided before Congress by an expert on last summer’s nuclear agreement with Iran.
Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren said Friday that 'a reasonable case can be made' for tightening interest rates to avoid overheating the economy.
A Florida woman went into cardiac arrest while undergoing a tummy tuck procedure at Miami clinic and later died after doctors were unable to revive her.
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Disability rights groups said on Thursday they have asked child protective services to intervene in the case of a severely disabled Wisconsin teenager who suffers chronic pain from her disease and wants to die.
Asking patients in the emergency room to rate their pain on a visual scale or to rank it from zero to 10 doesn't really convey what the patient is feeling, suggests a study from Sweden.
Tesla's latest unconventional marketing depends heavily on Model X's ability to draw crowds.
U.S. stocks opened lower on Friday amid investor caution following a nuclear test by North Korea and comments by a U.S. Federal Reserve official that supported an interest rate hike.