If your governor had a secret travel slush fund worth tens of millions of dollars used to jet set to Japan, Israel and the United Arab Emirates, wouldn't you want to know about it?
Staunch ally Singapore says U.S. credibility in Asia is on the line amid uncertainty over its participation in a 12-nation free trade pact.
Recently released recommendations that would reduce the size of carry-on bags for airplane travelers should be rejected or balanced with reduced baggage fees, U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez said Monday.
Prince performed some of his greatest hits at a weekend White House party for President Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Monday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market: NYSE United Technologies Corp., down $2.99 to $114.61 The conglomerate is shedding helicopter maker Sikorsky and will focus on high-technology products for the aerospace industry.
A Minnesota teen is fighting for her life after suffering cardiac arrest during routine wisdom tooth extraction. Seventeen-year-old Sydney Galleger was taken to Minnesota Amplatz Children's Hospital, where she underwent surgery to relieve swelling in her brain after suffering multiple seizures and being placed on a ventilator. "What started out as a normal day soon […]
There I was, walking along Roosevelt Island under a hot sun, in search of the tram that would let me escape to Manhattan, when I spotted the unassuming figure of John Podesta.
Hillary Clinton and her advisers are already defending the wealthy Democratic presidential candidate for portraying herself as a champion for middle-class Americans.
After the 1981 assassination attempt on his life, former President Ronald Reagan began carrying a gun almost everywhere he went, bestselling thriller author Brad Meltzer told MyFoxNY Monday.
The Maine House of Representatives is signing off on a proposal to loosen the restrictions on raw milk sales.
A recent court filing raises anew allegations a Turkish religious movement is wielding influence inside a chain of Ohio charter schools targeted in federal raids last year, claims the schools' operator maintains are false.
Foreign holdings of U.S. Treasury securities fell in April, the first setback since October.
Gap is closing 175 of its namesake U.S. stores and eliminating 250 corporate jobs as it tries to strengthen its struggling Gap brand.
For most of his life, George Nopoulos delighted customers at his family's soda fountain, helping turn the small-town gathering spot into an Iowa landmark visited by celebrities and politicians.
Grain futures were mostly lower Monday on the Chicago Board of Trade.
The shares of some major health insurers are climbing on a down day for the broader market after The Wall Street Journal reported that the Blue Cross-Blue Shield carrier Anthem tried to buy Cigna.