A federal appeals court is considering whether a judge could reject as too lenient a deal to settle criminal charges against a Dutch aerospace company accused of illegally selling aircraft parts to Iran, Sudan and Myanmar.
A survey of Connecticut businesses released Friday found that nearly two-thirds showed a profit over the past year, but many are considering out-of-state options for expansion.
Did you just get caught taking a few minutes to update your fantasy football team or Instagram your lunch?
Serena Williams has fallen short in her bid for a calendar-year Grand Slam, as Roberta Vinci upset the No. 1-ranked tennis player to reach the U.S. Open finals.
Oil futures settle lower on Friday to post a loss of 3.1% for the week as Goldman Sachs cut its forecasts on crude prices.
The Nebraska Supreme Court on Friday reversed a state Public Service Commission's ruling in the case of two farm operations whose claims for compensation were denied when a Pierce grain elevator closed.
More than 14,000 toy fishing games that pose a choking hazard to children are among this week's recalled consumer products.
A judge has approved a $12.5 million partial settlement in a lawsuit over Rhode Island's failed $75 million deal with former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling's video game company 38 Studios.
Brazil's Supreme Court says the federal police have asked for its permission to question former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva about possible involvement in the corruption-kickback scheme at state-owned oil company Petrobras.
One thing became clear after the first Republican presidential debates: performance matters.
Researchers from London say they have found a new blood test that can detect breast cancer DNA months before it would show up on medical scans.
Ten automakers have committed to the government to include automatic emergency braking in all new cars, a step safety advocates say could significantly reduce traffic deaths and injuries.
A Spanish man with a cancerous tumor in his chest wall has received a 3-D-printed titanium implant, and scientists say the device is the first of its kind.
The federal government ran a budget deficit of $64 billion in August, the Treasury Department reported Friday.
Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew pressed his Chinese counterpart to remove trade barriers for U.S. technology and farm goods, a Treasury spokesperson said Friday.