Target Corp on Wednesday reported a nearly 11 percent increase in quarterly earnings and raised its fiscal-year forecast after benefiting from a strong back-to-school shopping season, and its shares rose more than 6 percent.
The program can be a lifeline for consumers whose home loans are underwater.
Republicans have long courted Christians, especially during the primaries. But Donald Trump won white evangelicals by more than 81 percent in last week’s presidential election, according to exit polls, indicating they have high hopes for his administration.
Betty Elkes faced cancer multiple times and received her last diagnosis in 2010.
The dollar soared to its highest since April 2003 against a basket of currencies on Wednesday, reaching its strongest in a year against the euro as major banks and investors debated the possibility of another move toward euro-dollar parity.
A photo of six women clad in rainbow colors, and either pregnant or holding their born children, is tugging at heart strings across the web, racking up more than 24,000 likes and being shared over 19,000 times in less than a week.
U.S. factory output rose slightly in October, aided by greater production of automobiles, home electronics and appliances.
Women with a history of depression may have lower survival odds with breast cancer than patients without past mental health problems, research in Denmark suggests.
Donald Trump resumed his war with The New York Times on Wednesday after a brief respite following last week’s upset victory, going on a Twitter tear over The Gray Lady’s claims that his transition team is in disarray and foreign leaders are struggling to reach him.
Pregnant women with pregnancy-related diabetes are less likely to achieve blood sugar control if they rely on food stamps or have a generally chaotic lifestyle, according to a U.S. study.
PARIS — Art experts are disagreeing as to whether a book of previously unpublished drawings reported to be by Dutch master Vincent Van Gogh is authentic or fake.
Lawmakers in the House are expected to overwhelmingly pass new legislation on Wednesday that would prohibit the Obama administration from facilitating the sale of U.S. aircraft to Iran, according to senior congressional sources who told the Washington Free Beacon that Iran is likely to use American-made planes to rebuild its aging air force.
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More outbreaks of a severe strain of bird flu in Europe are likely to occur in the next few weeks as wild birds believed to transmit the virus migrate southward, the deputy head of the world animal health body said on Tuesday.
The State Department is not screening its mail at overseas posts, causing security threats, according to a new report released Monday.