Iran's supreme leader said Thursday that he approved of extending negotiations about the future of the country's nuclear program, but also criticized America as a "chameleon" that "every day makes new statements."
Gold prices fell sharply in electronic trading on Friday, in tandem with collapsing crude-oil prices after OPEC decided to leave its production targets unchanged.
Dozens of people have interrupted holiday shopping at major retail stores around the St. Louis area to speak out about a grand jury's decision not to indict the officer who fatally shot Michael Brown.
A renewed plunge in oil prices is a worrying sign of weakness in the global economy that could shake governments dependent on oil revenues.
Christmas tree likely will cost a little more this year, and growers like John Tillman say it's about time.
Crude oil and Asian energy shares tumbled Friday as OPEC's decision to keep production steady rippled across the globe.
Long-muted tensions within the Democratic Party over policy and strategy are beginning to surface publicly, a sign of leaders looking beyond President Barack Obama ’s tenure in the aftermath of the party’s midterm election defeat.
Hong Kong stocks fell for a second day, as the Hang Seng Index dropped 0.3%.
Japan stocks recovered some ground on Friday morning after two straight days of declines, after data showed Japan's October retail sales rose 1.4% on year and industrial production beat forecasts with a month-on-month increase of 0.2%.
The University of Texas System owns 2.1 million acres of land, most of it in oil-rich West Texas where royalty payments have soared past $1 billion each year.