The expansion of the U.S. economy will hit its six-year mark in June.
Many will say you can't compare a burger to a bureaucracy. They're wrong.
The governor of Massachusetts has formally asked the federal government to declare a disaster in 10 counties after a record-setting series of winter storms.
Emerging details of a possible nuclear deal with Iran have drawn sharp criticism from congressional lawmakers on both sides of the aisle, who say the U.S. and its international partners may be ceding too much as a key deadline nears.
Oil futures dropped back under $49 a barrel on Friday, posting a decline for the first time in six sessions.
Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook tweeted Friday that he is "disappointed" in Indiana's new religious-objections law and called on Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson to veto a similar measure under consideration in that state.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid is no Joe Biden, but the Nevada Democrat has certainly offered his share of gaffes, insults and wacky comments over the years.
"I have stretch marks and I wear a bikini."
The Senate has approved a long-delayed bill to boost energy efficiency that includes incentives to cut energy use in commercial buildings, manufacturing plants and homes.
Authorities say a Pennsylvania woman used forged documents to pretend to be a lawyer for a decade and was in line to be named partner when her fraud was discovered.
Oilfield services company Baker Hughes Inc. says the number of rigs exploring for oil and natural gas in the U.S. declined by 21 this week to 1,048 amid falling oil prices.
A 25-year-old British military nurse who was the first person in the world to be treated for Ebola with the experimental drug MIL 77 was discharged from hospital on Friday, London's Royal Free Hospital said.
The U.S. Chemical Safety Board is operating without a permanent leader. Its chairman has been forced to resign, following accusations of mismanagement.
Foldable patio chairs that can tip over when a person sits on the edge of the seat are among this week's recalled consumer products.
Gold futures pulled back below $1,200 an ounce on Friday, but still scored a gain of more than 1% for the week.