The hawkish Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina says he is thinking about running for president in 2016.
Jason Dinesen was just writing to the IRS to clarify a clerical matter. As an accountant, Dinesen knows only too well the IRS can turn simple matters into surprisingly complex ones.
U.S. employers added 248,000 jobs last month, a burst of hiring that drove down the unemployment rate to 5.9 percent, the lowest since July 2008.
Bustling transport networks, migrant labor and changes to the sex trade in early 20th-century Congo created a "perfect storm" that gave rise to an HIV pandemic that has now infected 75 million people worldwide, researchers said on Thursday.
The U.S. trade deficit fell 0.5% to $40.1 billion in August, marking the lowest level since January as the nation exported a record amount of petroleum and imported less.
The United States created 248,000 jobs in September and hiring in August turned out to be a lot stronger than initially reported, showing the U.S. economy entered the fall with rising momentum.
A newly discovered 52-million-year-old fossil of an "ant-loving" beetle is the oldest example of its species on record, and may help researchers learn more about this social parasite, a new study finds
Facebook Inc. is reportedly following Silicon Valley rivals Apple Inc. and Google Inc. into the lucrative digital healthcare market.
People who work in a “green” office, literally surrounded by plants, are happier than people in “lean” offices without live foliage, suggests a new study.
An invasion of American bullfrogs that will eat just about anything — including each other — is spreading downstream along Montana's Yellowstone River and poses a potential threat...
Shares of Mylan jumped nearly 6 percent before the opening bell Friday after the generic drugmaker boosted its outlook for the third-quarter and year.
The September jobs report came in much better than expected, with 248,000 jobs added for the month, while the labor force participation fell to its lowest level since July '08.
General Motors announced two more recalls, pushing its total for the year to more than 70, affecting almost 30 million vehicles in North America.
The U.S. likely added 220,000 nonfarm jobs in August and the unemployment rate is expected to hold stead at 6.1%, according to economists polled by MarketWatch.