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U.S. stock futures fell sharply in early trading on Wednesday, on the heels of data showing a preliminary measure of Chinese factory output in September at the lowest since the financial crisis.
The music publishing company that has been collecting royalties on the song "Happy Birthday To You" for years does not hold a valid copyright on the lyrics to the tune that is one of the mostly widely sung in the world, a federal judge ruled Tuesday.
Prosecutors told jurors Tuesday that the father of the teenager who shot and killed four classmates and himself repeatedly lied on forms to illegally buy firearms.
White House officials will seek to demonstrate during Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit that cracking down on theft of commercial secrets and promoting fair trade is in China's best interest in helping to sustain and grow the world's second-largest economy.
Taco Bell customers in Chicago can now have beer with their burritos and sangria with their soft tacos.
A lawsuit challenging the city's aggressive enforcement of a ban on pocket knives that pop open with a flip of the wrist was reinstated on Tuesday.
A federal judge in Wyoming says it's tough luck that the world's largest private coal company doesn't dig a 1970s-era protest song.
Turing Pharmaceuticals, a small company that generated outrage over raising the cost of an old anti-infective drug by more than 5,000%, said on Tuesday it would roll back that increase to make sure it remains affordable.
Preliminary research and comments by several federal agencies on the volatility of crude oil from North Dakota shows that Bakken crude has been unfairly singled out in safety discussions, oil industry representatives said Tuesday.
A West Virginia University research unit that helped expose Volkswagen AG's smog-test scandal was involved in another emissions test two decades ago that had similar results with polluting trucks.
While spirits were high ahead of Pope Francis' highly anticipated visit to the U.S., stocks were drenched in red Tuesday.
Federal crash investigators aren't saying how long it will take to determine why an engine on a British Airways jet burst into flames during takeoff in Las Vegas.
Harvard University's endowment posted a 5.8% return in fiscal year 2015 to hit a record $37.6 billion, the elite school's in-house fund management company said.
A cooperative effort to save a ground-dwelling bird has diverted it from possible extinction, federal officials declared Tuesday, as they sought to safeguard the habitat of a declining species while maintaining key pieces of the American West's economy — oil and gas drilling and ranching.
An Argentine judge investigating a cyanide spill at Barrick Gold's Veladero mine has temporarily suspended some operations by the world's largest gold mining company until the cause can be determined.
The financial and operational problems facing the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority may be even more severe than initially feared following crippling winter breakdowns, a control board said Tuesday in its first formal report since being created to oversee the Boston-area transit system.
Hillary Rodham Clinton's plan to rein in prescription drug prices by reshaping how drugmakers do business is being met by skepticism within the industry.
Lawmakers in Tennessee plan hearings over whether the Volkswagen emissions scandal could imperil the nearly $900 million in state and local incentives that have been directed toward the German automaker's lone U.S. plant in Chattanooga.
A European Union official warns that an upcoming Haitian ban on some Dominican Republic products will drive up prices in the impoverished country.
Puerto Rico's troubled power company says it has reached a deal to restructure about $700 million in expired debt with fuel line lenders.