The U.S. Labor Department reports on the number of people who applied for unemployment benefits last week.
Sears's third-quarter loss widened on income tax expenses and soft sales.
Congress is set to make victims of the 2009 Fort Hood shootings eligible for Purple Hearts and combat injury benefits after the Obama administration has denied them the status for the past five years.
The House is moving toward passage of a $585 billion defense policy bill that gives President Obama the authority to expand U.S. military operations against Islamic extremists in Iraq and Syria.
Ryanair keeps soaring higher and higher.
The most common running injuries hit the knees. But running isn't to blame.
Naps used to get a bad rap, conjuring up all sorts of unfortunate—and unfair—images of slackers, rambunctious kindergarteners in need of time outs, and AARP members looking to rest their weary bones.
The way this story was reported raises some fundamental journalistic questions that need to be answered.
Uber, the San Francisco-based ride sharing company, says it will set up a mobile phone software development team in Amsterdam, its international headquarters.
House Republicans prepare to rebuff President Obama’s executive actions on immigration, with a vote on legislation that would declare the actions “null and void and without legal effect.”
The former head of France's Areva, a leading world nuclear manufacturer going through a difficult turnaround, has died, less than two months after illness forced him to step down from the company.