Firefighters are helping to remove riders from roller coaster cars that got stuck on the tracks at an Oklahoma City amusement park.
The owner of HGTV and Food Network posted higher advertising and distribution revenue despite a shrinking base of pay-TV subscribers.
Connecticut's Department of Motor Vehicles says electric car maker Tesla Motors has operated its Greenwich "gallery" like a new car dealership, but without the proper state license.
Truck makers anticipate that federal spending on infrastructure could translate into strong sales.
A terrible first quarter wasn't quite as terrible as analysts were expecting.
A South African gold mining company has completed a $2.2 billion acquisition of the only U.S. producer of platinum and palladium.
A wider-than-expected loss has some investors concerned, particularly following the stock's big run-up in the last six months.
The distributor of innovative health insurance products reported solid first-quarter financials this morning.
The State Department wants to review social media, email addresses and phone numbers from some foreigners seeking U.S. visas, as part of the Trump administration's enhanced screening of potential immigrants and visitors.
As former President Barack Obama hits the speaking circuit, Republican lawmakers say they plan to reintroduce a bill that would directly target pensions for ex-presidents raking in more than $400,000 after leaving the Oval Office.
Cabela's, the hunting retailer that's set to be acquired by Bass Pro Shops, saw demand for firearms and ammunition weaken in the first three months of 2017.
House Republicans on Thursday narrowly approved a sweeping health care bill aimed at fulfilling their campaign promise to upend ObamaCare, after bringing out the legislative defibrillators to resuscitate a package that had flatlined on the floor not six weeks earlier.