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Although the total number of jobs will increase by around 7.2 million over the next five years, this leaves behind the middle of the income spectrum.
Recent college grads and other millennials looking to move to a new city and buy a new home should consider... Indianapolis?
Wal-Mart has a new system for scheduling workers at 650 U.S. stores, the company said, as it aims to improve staffing levels during peak times.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau approved rules on Thursday that will help prevent wrongful home foreclosures.
Acting on its chief economist's wish to use "a sledgehammer to crack a nut", the BoE cut interest rates and unleashed billions of pounds of stimulus.
The properties that were hardest hit include Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago and (soon-to-be-closed) Trump Taj Mahal, down 17-24 percent.
What to do with dental floss, now that the government says its effectiveness wasn't researched? Well, there are dozens of different ways to use it.
Figures released by the Labor Department on Friday revealed that the U.S. economy gained a total of 250,000 jobs in July.
Americans love cookies — and we each eat an average of 18,928 cookies in a lifetime — with chocolate chip cookies top of the list.
Ford said it was recalling about 830,000 vehicles in North America to replace side-door latches that could unlatch while driving.
All 300 people aboard the Emirates flight survived the crash landing at Dubai International Airport, but a firefighter died battling the flames.
Being the flag-carrier of a nation shunned by much of the West cannot be good for an airline's image.
U.S. crude's slide below $40 a barrel this week has hardened the resolve of oil market bears to drive prices lower.
Nike, the world's biggest sportswear maker, said it would stop selling golf equipment, including clubs, golf balls and bags.
A rocket hit a van carrying American tourists and others in western Afghanistan on Thursday, according to local officials. Six people were hurt in the attack.
The Bank of England has chopped the interest rate to 0.25 percent, in the first cut since 2009, as Britain's economy slips towards recession.
The Emirates jet skidded along a runway at Dubai International Airport. One firefighter was killed.
The Trump Taj Mahal casino, opened 26 years ago by Trump but no longer owned by the candidate, announced it will shut down after Labor Day.
"The fire began to spread rapidly and by the time the fire engines got there the entire top half of the plane was on fire," a witness told NBC News.
Wal-Mart is in talks to buy online retailer Jet.com, the Wall Street Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.