French President Francois Hollande supports a potential Paris bid to host the 2024 Olympics, while Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo says she is "not into chasing dreams" and is concerned about the costs and the specter of white elephants.
AT&T Inc. says it is hiring worker for more than 160 jobs in North Carolina as part of its effort to enhance and expand its wireless and wireline networks.
A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit by the state of Alaska challenging the national roadless rule, which prohibits road construction and timber harvesting on millions of acres of forest lands, including vast swaths of national forest in Alaska.
Scientists have found a real, not-live "sea monster" they say finally fills an evolutionary gap between sea and land dwellers around the time of the dinosaurs.
Most old homes bear normal signs of wear and tear.
In a speech in Paris, Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen said monetary policy will have to normalize, and that it may lead to financial turbulence.
What if they're allowed to build it, but nobody wants to come?
An eight-year-old avid hockey fan was on the bench Tuesday night as his favorite team, the Boston Bruins, took on the Florida Panthers.
Shell Chemical LP has exercised its option to buy a former zinc plant in western Pennsylvania, which it hopes to convert to a petrochemical plant.
It's going to cost less to feed the pilgrims this Thanksgiving.
Grain futures were mixed Friday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade.
Shares of First Solar Inc. tanked Friday, a day after the company reported third-quarter earnings that missed Wall Street expectations.
JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE:JPM) said it would cut more than 3,000 jobs than previously expected in its retail banking unit.
Tech stocks turned in a mixed trading performance Friday as the sector struggled to close the week out on a positive note.
General Mills Inc, the maker of Cheerios cereal and Betty Crocker cake mixes, cut its full-year sales and profit growth forecast, blaming weak demand in the United States and slowing growth in its key emerging markets.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co estimated quarterly profit and sales below analysts' expectations, with fewer customers visiting its stores as the company struggles to move away from its signature logo-centric apparel.
The U.S. stock market opened marginally lower on Friday as investors digested the latest employment data, showing 214,000 new jobs were added last month.