Republican Rep. Brian Babin said Wednesday that flood waters from Hurricane Harvey have “trapped” him and his family inside their southeast Texas home.
A Democratic U.S. Senator on Wednesday urged the FBI to launch a criminal probe into whether billionaire investor Carl Icahn broke the law when he called for a change in the federal biofuel program that would have enriched him personally while he was an adviser to President Donald Trump.
One of the key figures named in the unverified anti-Trump dossier has delivered a point-by-point rebuttal shooting down more than a dozen allegations contained in its pages.
The average age of fathers in the U.S. is rising; the typical dad now is nearly 31 at his child's birth. The average age of new moms has been rising,…
Shopify has more in common with Amazon than you might think.
Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein created a small uproar Tuesday after telling a San Francisco audience that if President Trump "can learn and change," he could “be a good president.” The conciliatory language didn’t last long.
Recent price cuts to Model S and X bolster the case for further sales growth during 2017.
Home Depot has agreed to pay the U.S. government $5.7 million to settle charges that it sold recalled washing machines, fire extinguishers and other faulty products.
Analysts expect Harley-Davidson's sales growth to be weak for at least the next few years as younger buyers prefer cheaper, used models.
A federal judge in Florida has thrown out a class-action lawsuit led by Sen. Bernie Sanders supporters who accused the Democratic National Committee of “being in cahoots” with Hillary Clinton -- but only after the DNC's legal team argued they had no obligation to adhere to a fair nominating process.
There’s a huge market for diet products, cosmetics, and supplements claiming to help you look and feel younger
Officials who run a popular language and cultural immersion program in the north woods of Minnesota are warning that potential changes in visa rules could make it hard for them to hire enough instructors.
Houston's population is growing quickly, but when Harvey hit last weekend there were far fewer homes and other properties in the area with flood insurance than just five years ago, according to an Associated Press investigation.