The United States in March and April got more electricity from renewable sources than nuclear power for the first time in decades.
Gov. Paul LePage lashed out at the media for reporting he planned to leave the state during a budget impasse, and he suggested he sometimes concocts stories to mislead reporters.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke is pushing for more oil and gas development on federal lands with faster permitting and more frequent sales of drilling rights.
Qatar is showing no signs that it is about to bend to the demands of the four Arab countries lined up against it.
As investors build a well-diversified investment portfolio, small-capitalization stock exchange traded funds may help enhance returns over the long haul. Small-cap stocks may compensate investors with higher return potential. Over the very long term, small-cap stocks have generated higher returns than their larger counterparts, but investors should note that small-caps also experience short-term periods of…
Small businesses added just 17,000 jobs in June as hiring slowed dramatically during the month.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says if the Republican effort to repeal much of the Obama health care law fails, a more limited bill will be needed to buttress health insurance marketplaces around the country.
A new U.S. report finds overall opioid prescription rates have been falling in recent years, but rising in more than 1 in 5 counties.
Oil prices settled with a gain Thursday, getting a boost as data revealed a hefty, weekly drop in U.S. crude supplies, but domestic output rose, feeding ongoing global supply concerns.
Exchange traded fund asset flows reveal diverging investment interests of millennial investors from other generations. Overall, net flows continued to be positive in June, keeping up with May’s upward trend, according to a TD Ameritrade note. Net flows of energy, taxable bond and international stock ETFs exhibited strong growth in June. “We continue to see…