Slow down, you move too fast -- you've got to make the momentum last.
First-quarter same-store sales were up 2%, and revenue was a little light.
The Ohio attorney general is suing five drugmakers that he says are perpetrating the state's addictions epidemic.
Two brothers who formerly owned a Pennsylvania defense contractor and their former chief financial officer have pleaded guilty in a $6 million scheme to overcharge the U.S. Defense Department for Humvee window kits.
The European Union's finance commissioner is urging Greece's rescue lenders to "act responsibly" and reach an agreement needed to restart bailout loan payments to the cash-strapped eurozone member.
A divided state Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a decision denying a permit for an Iowa-based company to open a new hydraulic fracturing sand mine in western Wisconsin.
Jared Kushner's reported attempt to establish a "back-channel" between Russia and Donald Trump's presidential transition team has proven divisive, even if such talks aren't uncommon.
Authorities say a JetBlue flight from New York to San Francisco landed in Michigan after a lithium battery in a passenger's laptop apparently started a fire.
The head of Veteran Affairs on Wednesday candidly assessed the “chronic problems” facing U.S. vets, including barriers to quality health care, rampant drug addiction and a staggering 1,500 disciplinary actions brought against the federal employees charged with ensuring their well-being.
New York City is suspending its ties with Wells Fargo, making it the latest major city to cut off the bank following its sales practices scandal.