The State Bar of California on Monday proposed lowering the minimum score on the most recent licensing exam for attorneys amid an alarming decline in people passing the test considered one of the toughest in the U.S. Staff at the state bar told The Associated Press that they planned to present the option to the agency's Committee of Bar Examiners, starting what is expected to be a weekslong review and public comment process likely to generate intense discussion.
The auto industry is expected to turn in an underwhelming month of sales in July.
Gold futures ended marginally lower Monday but saw a monthly gain.
The Securities and Exchange Commission charged four brokers on Monday with misleading investors near retirement-age, fraudulently persuading them to roll over holdings into higher-fee, variable annuity products.
Conservationists are opposing Republican plans to eliminate key environmental regulations as part of the incentives package luring a $10 billion Foxconn electronics plant to southeastern Wisconsin.
Gary Sidder set up Roth IRAs for his sons when they turned 13.
Aromatherapy is sometimes dismissed by health professionals as a trendy, new pseudo-science, but it actually has a long history and some solid science behind it.
South Carolina's state-owned utility voted Monday to stop building two billion-dollar nuclear reactors, likely ending the project.
Looking at your smartphone while crossing the street could result in serious injury. But in Honolulu, it will definitely get you fined if you're caught.
CalAtlantic's $0.75 per share result was slightly less than what the market wanted, but it wasn't enough to make investors worry.
Oregon’s GOP chairman is blasting the Portland mayor for allowing a man with a lengthy criminal record and who had been deported 20 times to walk freely.
The containership leasing company announced that CEO Gerry Wang would retire by the end of the year.
South Carolina utility board votes to end construction of billion-dollar nuclear reactor project caught in bankruptcy
South Carolina utility board votes to end construction of billion-dollar nuclear reactor project caught in bankruptcy.
CFO Kate Jaspon says the restaurant franchisor is trying to strike the right balance between "smart growth" and adapting to changing consumer preferences.