The U.S. military is moving more military assets into Iraq to fight the Islamic State terror group and repositioning search-and-rescue assets to help in the event of downed planes, U.S. officials told Fox News Wednesday.
Most California drivers would pay an extra $52 a year under a proposal to raise $2 billion a year to fix the state's crumbling roads, bridges and highways.
California filed an appeal Wednesday of a federal judge's ruling that blocked the state's ban on the sale of foie gras — a delicacy that gourmets consider heaven and animal rights groups call hell.
Chris Christie has a fondness for private jets and five-star hotels when others pick up the tab.
Japanese stocks moved lower in early Thursday trading, with the blue chips underperforming the broader market, but with Sony Corp. surging on its earnings.
Brian Williams, the nation’s top-rated news anchor, has admitted fabricating a tale of being shot down in a helicopter over Iraq a dozen years ago.
A group of top U.S. regulators charged with monitoring the financial system is making changes to the way big financial firms are chosen for stricter government oversight.
Australian stocks squiggled a little lower in Thursday morning trade, with a nose-dive for crude-oil futures sending energy shares down and airline shares up, while miners were mostly weaker and retailers a little stronger.
CME Group Inc. said it will end most open outcry futures trading at its New York and Chicago facilities by July.
A group of federal regulators said Wednesday night they will change the process by which they subject large financial institutions to additional oversight.
New Mexico legislators will have to pare down their spending plans because dropping oil prices have left the state with about $60 million less in new revenue than they anticipated.