New orders for U.S. factory goods fell for a second straight month in September as the manufacturing sector continues to struggle under the weight of a strong dollar and deep spending cuts by energy companies.
A new study has found that the West Nile virus is decimating the native bird population in the United States, potentially magnifying the threats from habitat loss and warming temperatures.
The head of American International Group Inc. said management and the board have "carefully reviewed" the idea of breaking up the insurer on many occasions and concluded that such a move "did not make financial sense."
Auto makers in the U.S. said car sales rose by a double-digit percentage in October, driven by the month having five weekends and continued strong demand for larger vehicles.
Donald Trump, after holding back at last week's debate, challenged Ben Carson's fitness for office on Tuesday, saying 'Ben can't do the job.'
U.S. stocks opened slightly lower Tuesday as investors took a pause after a big rally during the previous session.
Health officials say three people who ate at a restaurant in Firestone contracted typhoid fever in August.