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Money sent to relatives or friends in Cuba by individual Americans are helping foster free enterprise and a higher standard of living.
Fast food franchise are considering a lawsuit against New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's plan to raise the minimum wage in their eateries to $15 an hour.
Some arriving planes have been delayed by as much as three hours amid a power outage at LaGuardia International Airport, authorities say.
Anthem is buying rival Cigna in a deal valued at $54.2 billion that will create the nation's largest health insurer by enrollment.
With new cars adding connected technologies at a breakneck pace, fears that hackers could use them to wreak havoc are growing almost as fast.
Seven years into his battle with cancer, Stuart Chapin is faced with a stark choice: saving his house or his life.
The U.S. Small Business Administration says it reached the $18.75 billion cap for its loan guarantee program, forcing it to stop funding new loans.
Toronto taxi drivers are suing ride-hailing company Uber, seeking an injunction and more than C$400 million ($307 million U.S.) in damages.
Bad roads are costing American drivers more than $500 apiece in higher repair bills, a transportation group reports.
The European Union on Thursday launched an antitrust case against six major U.S. movie studios and British satellite broadcaster Sky UK.
Harley-Davidson is recalling more than 185,000 motorcycles in the U.S. because the saddlebags can come loose and fall off.
After 22 years, Hogs and Heifers, an institutional Manhattan dive bar, is making its last call sooner than expected.
The banking arm of Discover Financial Services agreed to pay $18.5 million in consumer refunds and penalties on Wednesday to settle allegations of ill
The U.S. Interior Department on Wednesday granted Royal Dutch Shell its final two permits to explore for oil in the Arctic this summer.
Fast-food workers in New York could end up making $15 an hour under a plan endorsed Wednesday by a state labor board.