Mayor Bill de Blasio is set to take another step toward achieving his lofty goal of making the nation's largest city its greenest.
A closely watched survey shows that the 18-country eurozone is not far from sliding back into recession.
It’s way too easy to self-destruct on social media, as journalists, politicians and celebrities have learned.
Global stock markets drifted higher Wednesday after Chinese business surveys offered some optimism about the world's No.
Congress is poised to allow Americans with disabilities to open tax-sheltered bank accounts to pay for certain long-term expenses — the broadest legislation to help the disabled in a quarter-century.
Millions of businesses and individuals could be in luck as the House moves to extend a $45 billion package of expired tax breaks through the end of the year.
The Russian ruble has extended a week of decline, fueled by low oil prices and Western sanctions against Russia over its role in Ukraine's crisis.
Dramatic government test results raise new concern that bulk shipments of rechargeable lithium batteries carried as cargo on passenger planes are susceptible to fires or explosions that could destroy the airliners.
You can help choose one of the science payloads that a Mars colonization effort will launch toward the Red Planet in 2018.