Republicans in the Wisconsin Assembly edged closer to making their state the 25th to pass a right-to-work law, moving within hours of a Friday morning deadline to vote on the union restrictions after enduring a night of speeches by Democrats opposing the measure.
Nissan is recalling 625,000 more cars in the U.S. as part of a growing problem with faulty latches that can allow hoods to fly open while cars are moving.
Many Americans would not have quick access to the best healthcare options during a stroke, even under the most ideal circumstances, according to a new computer model.
Foot Locker's stock surged 5.7% in premarket trade Friday, after the athletic shoe retailer reported fiscal fourth-quarter profit and sales that rose above expectations.
The federal government says its offices in the Washington area will be open Friday amid the region's latest winter storm, but they are on a two-hour delayed arrival and employees can telework or take unscheduled leave.
The Georgia Senate gave decisive approval Thursday to a contentious "religious freedom" bill — one of a wave of measures surfacing in at least a dozen states that critics say could provide legal cover for discrimination against gays and transgender people.
The popular online craft seller Etsy will create a line of original products for the American Museum of Natural History.
Staples Inc. swung to a net loss in the fourth quarter of fiscal 2014, as the bottom line was hit by impairment charges for the company's overseas businesses.
The Obama administration didn't properly test or correct errors with healthcare.gov before the website's disastrous launch in fall 2013, a government watchdog said.
The underlying media narrative of the Hillary email furor isn’t very hard to discern: This is a woman who doesn’t always play by the rules.
Staples Inc. (SPLS) on Friday reported a fiscal fourth-quarter loss of $260.4 million, after reporting a profit in the same period a year earlier.
The Commerce Department reports on the U.S. trade deficit for January.