The chance of a catastrophic dam failure is so high at a central Ohio lake that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has recommended the popular recreational reservoir be drained until repairs can be made.
In the face of probes over claims of cancer-causing substance in its flooring products, the company defended its safety and testing procedures on Thursday.
The International Monetary Fund is so far not concerned about the euro's weakness.
Retailer Lumber Liquidators says it stands by its products and will pay for the safety testing of laminate floors for qualifying customers.
Friction between organized labor and the developers of a potential NFL stadium in the Los Angeles suburbs threatened Thursday to tangle up the project even before construction started.
In a story on March 10 about First Acceptance's latest earnings, The Associated Press erroneously reported that it was for the company's fiscal second quarter.
Standard Register is filing for a Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization, and the printing and communications consultant says it has lined up a sale to Silver Point Capital.
ABC and Yahoo announced an expansion Thursday of their working relationship beyond their news divisions to include content from ABC entertainment programming.
Volkswagen AG says its workers based in Germany are getting 5,900 euros ($6,250) each in profit-sharing bonuses that reflect the company's strong 2014.
Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates rose this week yet remained near historic lows reached in May 2013.
Pennsylvania police are on the hunt for a brazen bra bandit.
The Houston Ship Channel has fully reopened after a collision between two vessels caused the leak of a flammable gasoline additive and forced the closure of a section of the major waterway.
Archaeologists digging in Germany's state of Bavaria probably weren't expecting to find a snack.
A five-week-old baby boy who became the second-youngest heart transplant recipient at Mattel Children’s Hospital UCLA was finally able to go home with his mother Wednesday.