Sonya Lea, just shy of 17, spotted a bear of a young man across the floor at her high-school dance in Ontario, Canada. He was tall, beautiful, verbose and entirely at ease.
As Clinton sizes up the Republicans who mean trouble in the general election, she has to account for the name identification and enormous fundraising of Jeb Bush, the generational and historical appeal of Marco Rubio and now, the middle-class message of Scott Walker, the Kohl’s candidate.
The Internal Revenue Service is ignoring a court-imposed deadline to turn over newly found Lois Lerner email documents essential to investigations of the IRS tax-exempt scandal.
Barber Foods has expanded its recall earlier this month to include over 1.7 million pounds of frozen, raw stuffed chicken products that may be contaminated with salmonella enteritidis, the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Monday.
Grain futures were mostly higher Monday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade.
Macy's is closing its downtown Pittsburgh location and selling the landmark building where the now-defunct Kaufmann's chain ran its flagship store for more than a century.
Many common household items can be dangerous if they fall into the wrong hands, so it's important you know what to do if someone ingests a poisonous substance
The Russian Foreign Ministry says it has demanded that Britain immediately clarify why the London bank account of Russia's main state news agency has been closed.
Michigan is terminating a three-year $145 million contract with the company that feeds state prisoners.
Curtis James Jackson III, the rapper better known as 50 Cent, filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday.
Rick Santorum told reporters on Monday he thinks Fox News may have undue influence over the Republican presidential nomination process due to its debate criteria.
A compensation fund set up for victims of faulty ignition switches in General Motors vehicles says the switches were responsible for 124 deaths and 266 injuries.
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Starbucks shares hit an all-time high after the world’s largest coffee retailer announced its plans to team up with more than a dozen U.S. companies to create 100,000 jobs for the youth over the next three years.