Republican senators are considering keeping the Affordable Care Act's 3.8% tax on investment income, a reversal that runs counter to the party's long-stated opposition to such taxes.
An investigation by the international chemical weapons watchdog has confirmed Friday that sarin nerve gas was used in a deadly April 4 attack on a Syrian town.
Crude oil futures on Friday were on track for their biggest weekly gain since mid-May, ending five weeks of losses with prices underpinned by a decline in U.S. output.
Nike, the world's largest footwear maker, said on Thursday it would launch a pilot program with Amazon.com Inc to sell a limited product assortment on its website.
A team of zoologists filmed a group of mallard ducks attacking and eating other birds in Romania.
Countering the backlash against free trade by President Donald Trump, Japan and the European Union are rushing to finalize an agreement on easing barriers between their huge economies.
The Trump administration has apparently altered its definition of a "bona fide" relationship, adding fiancés of people in the U.S. to its list of people who are exempt from its travel ban from six mainly Muslim nations.
Shares slumped in Asia on Friday, tracking an overnight decline on Wall Street, while upbeat Chinese manufacturing data failed to lift benchmarks in Hong Kong and Shanghai.
Alien sues city claiming violation of 'sanctuary' policy after he was turned over to ICE
China's manufacturing activity accelerated in June, helped by stronger foreign demand for Chinese goods, a survey released Friday showed.
Illinois is hours away from entering its third fiscal year without a state budget, territory that could mean some universities won't be able to offer federal financial aid, road construction and Powerball ticket sales will halt, and the state's credit rating will be downgraded to "junk."
Illinois lawmakers enter the final day to settle a budget deal and avoid a potentially catastrophic failure.
RadioShack creditors filed suit against Sprint citing breach of contract and is seeking $500 million in damages.
Deutsche Bank's external counsel in Washington, D.C. rejected on Thursday demands by U.S. House Democrats to provide details of President Donald Trump's finances, citing privacy laws.