Wall Street is battling for the heart, soul and wallet of former Yankee’s great Derek Jeter.
For one Kentucky woman, an act of kindness turned into an unexpected romance after she donated her kidney to a stranger— and they fell in love.
Oil futures settled with a nearly 5% gain on Thursday, as a deal to end the conflict in Ukraine eased worries over the potential for new sanctions over Russia.
The Senate on Thursday confirmed President Obama's choice to run the Pentagon, handing Ash Carter the unenviable task of steering the military as the United States confronts Islamic State militants, conflict in Ukraine and other worldwide threats.
It's a dark day for a Schenectady County shopping mall.
Thank you for all of the wonderful responses we received about the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) approval of a drug for patients with advanced metastatic breast cancer.
Gold futures settled with a modest gain on Thursday.
A Minnesota high school wrestler who became paralyzed after a freak accident during a match has learned to walk again, and now he is urging others not to rely on sport to carry them through life.
House Republicans are pushing through a series of tax cuts this week affecting millions of businesses and individuals, despite White House veto threats over the cost.
A 2-year-old boy has been struck and killed by a trolley in Philadelphia.
The Federal Reserve on Thursday announced that the results of the latest round of bank stress tests will be released on March 5 at 4:30 p.m.
Every two years, before Congress is set to begin its session, the Government Accountability Office releases a list of the federal programs most at risk of fraud, waste, abuse and mismanagement.
An auction of 30-year bonds saw strong demand from foreign buyers, with indirect bidders, a group that includes foreign central banks, scooping up 49% of the $16 billion in newly issued bonds, compared with an average of 44%.
A proposal to allow Indiana's riverboat casinos to move onto land and permit live dealers for table games at two horse track casinos won endorsement Thursday from a legislative committee, renewing debate over what steps the state should take to help the struggling gambling sites.
New York has given $5 million to three upstate financial firms who agree to invest the money in new technology start-ups.