The U.S. Supreme Court agreed on Friday to hear a legal challenge to a key part of the Obamacare health law that, if successful, would limit the availability of federal health insurance subsidies for millions of Americans.
Newly re-elected Gov. Nikki Haley is leading South Carolina's first trade trip to India in hopes of persuading companies in her parents' native country to bring jobs to South Carolina.
For Nelson Saiers, a great work of art can be one of the most mind-bending and elegant of mathematical equations. In fact, for this math whiz-turned Wall Street trader-turned full-time artist, math and art aren’t as different as many people claim – they’re one and the same.
A lawsuit is blaming a restaurant's bad meatloaf for the deaths of a former West Virginia state lawmaker and her husband.
A U.S. Court judge on Friday confirmed Detroit's plan to adjust $18 billion of debt and exit the biggest-ever municipal bankruptcy.
Republican Ed Gillespie conceded the Virginia Senate race to Democratic Sen. Mark Warner on Friday.
A slowdown in Liberia's Ebola outbreak and the continued rampant rate of infection in Sierra Leone may reflect contrasting ways the two countries are dealing with burials, the World Health Organization said on Friday.
Federal banking regulators say the underwriting standards for leveraged loans are weak, according to a report released Friday.
Award-winning actress Lorraine Bracco has teamed up with a foundation dedicated to transforming mental health care for children after enduring personal struggles of her own.
A judge on Friday approved Detroit's plan to get out of bankruptcy, ending the largest public filing in U.S. history and launching the city into a turnaround that will require discipline after years of corruption, budget-busting debt and an exodus of residents.
Republican Ed Gillespie on Friday conceded the Virginia Senate race to Democratic incumbent, Mark Warner, concluding one of the closest election battles of the midterms.
The death toll from the Ebola epidemic has risen to 4,950 out of 13,241 cases in the three worst-hit countries of West Africa, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday, calling for widespread rigorous control measures to halt the virus.
United Airlines is ending service to and from Atlantic City after just eight months of serving the East Coast gambling resort.
Actions taken by U.S. credit ratings agencies on Genworth Financial sent its shares skidding more than 4 percent Friday.
Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes has approved Detroit's plan to restructure $7 billion of the city's $12 billion debt load following a nearly two-month trial.
The U.S. Supreme Court will rule on a new challenge to the Affordable Care Act that examines whether subsidies offered under the law are legal, the Associated Press reported Friday.
The Supreme Court agreed Friday to hear a new challenge to ObamaCare, bringing the law back before the court after it survived a brush with death in 2012.
Parents managing their preschoolers’ food allergies should also be alert to the need for their kids to have chances to solve other kinds of problems, suggests a new study.