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A prosecutor is asking Spain's Supreme Court to increase the sentence handed down to the brother-in-law of King Felipe by possibly eight years.
Even government agencies can't always agree on whether "soy milk" is an appropriate term.
As the outlook for Sears Holdings darkens, the company is focusing all of its effort on a few key pieces of its business.
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The plight of Charlie Gard – the brain-damaged British baby whose parents recently lost a legal battle to keep him on life support – has now tugged at heart strings as far away as the Oval Office.
U.S. stocks are rising Monday as banks and energy companies climb higher.
So-called "nice" cream: It's not just for vegans anymore.
Management's muddled strategy doesn't appear to be working and convinced this Foolish investor to sell his shares in the struggling luxury retailer.
You probably thought ducks were cute waddlers who liked to eat your stale bread.
U.S. factories expanded at a robust pace in June, a likely sign of strength for the U.S. economy as new orders, production and employment each improved.
Federal agents at Philadelphia International Airport have seized more than $93,000 in undeclared cash from a family boarding a flight to Qatar.
While scientists and doctors have long known that a woman's chances of having a child drop the older she gets, a new study suggests that a man's age can affect a couple's chances as well.
Retired Army Captain Karen-Nicole “Cole” Knapper spent more than a decade fighting for freedom, with her first combat tour coming just six weeks after 9/11.
Bond laddering allows you to build a stream of steady income without tying up all your capital at once.