Mattel's got girl problems, and they start with Barbie.
The U.S. Labor Department reports on the number of people who applied for unemployment benefits last week.
Marketing company OneTouch Direct has begun construction of a new call center in western New York and says it will immediately begin hiring 150 people.
GE Transportation has a $94.3 million contract to supply 50 freight locomotives to Indonesian railway PTKAI.
Pop quiz: What do pickles, vinegar, tempeh, chocolate and wine have in common?
The press has these Democratic candidates on the defensive, and they in turn are doubling down on big blunders.
A study in the journal Sleep shows that nearly a quarter of people who sleep fewer than six hours a night have some kind of cardiovascular disease (clogged arteries, an abnormal or weak heartbeat, etc.).
Asian stocks sank Thursday after a torrid session on Wall Street triggered by jitters the recovery in the world's No.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is considering adding the names of people being monitored for the Ebola virus to the government's No Fly List, federal officials tell Fox News.
THE WHITE HOUSE attempts to ease concerns over the spread of Ebola after a second nurse at a Dallas hospital, above middle, tests positive for the virus, while members of Congress call for the appointment of a point person for the federal response and implementing a travel ban.
Second nurse stricken with Ebola flown from Dallas to Atlanta hospital FOX NEWS POLL: Many say gov't hiding info on Ebola, most support flight bans Carlson: It is 'crazy' that Obama won't impose travel ban to fight Ebola St. Lucia, Colombia institute Ebola travel bans 'May get worse': 2nd worker's Ebola diagnosis raises questions over plan Third patient treated at Emory expects to be released 'very soon' | Ebola fears spur push for change OPINION: US prepared for Ebola — 10 patients at a time VIDEOS: 2nd health worker tests positive | Ebola 'primed' to go airborne? | Should Frieden resign? Top TX hospital official to lawmakers: 'We made mistakes'
A sudden plunge in the price of oil is sending economic and political shockwaves around the world.
Facebook Inc. is launching a tool that lets users notify friends and family that they are safe during or after natural disasters.
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is visiting the Boston area to tour a local job center and to speak at a conference on economic opportunity, as the central bank's first female head continues her focus on employment issues in her first year in office.
Those free games people download and play on their phones could be the next big thing in gambling.
With hard cider making a hardcore comeback across the country, apple growers are tapping a juicy new revenue stream by establishing farmstead cideries and planting varieties too tart or tannic for the lunchbox but perfect for smashing and fermenting into distinctive artisanal brews.