U.S. stocks suffered another bout of selling on Friday and the main indexes registered losses for a third week in a row.
In a case with potentially far-reaching consequences, a federal appeals court has again found that the U.S. Chemical Safety Board has the authority to investigate offshore oil spills.
Is having more regulations counterproductive to getting better health results?
Grain futures were lower Friday on the Chicago Board of Trade.
Shares of video game retailer GameStop Corp. were up 2.5% Friday afternoon, after an upbeat industry report from The NPD Group.
Many transgender men face discrimination in U.S. health care settings, according to a new study.
Unscrupulous tax preparers are using President Obama's health care law as a ploy to pocket bogus fines from unsuspecting taxpayers, including some immigrants not bound by the law's requirements, the IRS warned Friday.
Switzerland's largest bank, UBS, has agreed to pay $135 million to settle claims that it helped rig currency-exchange rates in a scheme involving some of the world's biggest banks.
To be patient, or not to be patient: That is the question facing the Federal Reserve. Will the word's removal from next week's FOMC statement tempt our financial structure into the 'seven deadly vices?'
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The U.S. Energy Department is considering the purchase of up to five million barrels of crude oil for the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, according to reports Friday.
A knife-carrying Army veteran who scaled a White House fence and dashed into the executive mansion before being caught has pleaded guilty in connection with the case.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew is telling Congress the steps he will be taking once the federal government hits the debt limit on Monday.
Target says it will shut 16 stores across Canada next week, the first wave of store closures that will eliminate 17,000 jobs when all Target Canada stores are closed.