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The National Football League is giving up its tax-exempt status, which Commissioner Roger Goodell called a "distraction."
Many tour companies have canceled all upcoming trips to the area and are offering refunds or alternate destinations.
A crisis is unfolding in Nepal in the wake of Saturday's earthquake. The desperate search for survivors and the recovery of victims continue as help pours in from around the world and the death toll mounts. NBC's Miguel Almaguer reports.
When it comes to their education loans, students at the shuttered Corinthian Colleges are caught on the horns of a dilemma.
The homelessness, poverty and drug abuse are still apparent, sitting literally at the feet of some of the world's fastest engines of wealth creation.
Tyson Foods Inc , the largest U.S. poultry producer, plans to eliminate the use of human antibiotics in its chicken flocks by September 2017.
Apple turned in another blow-out quarterly financial report, thanks in large part to continued hot sales of its iPhones.
The FTC complaint alleges shoppers didn't know they were being tracked and there was no in store opt-out mechanism for them to use.
Truck drivers who haul goods from the nation's busiest port complex in Southern California walked off the job Monday.
CNBC.com Consumer Reporter Kelli Grant offer tips on what to look for to make sure your retirement savings are on track.
Insurance companies take a lot into account when they decide how much to charge you for car insurance.
"Furious 7" became the first film since 2012 to top the box office four weekends in a row, besting "Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2" and "Age of Adaline."
Louisiana's public colleges are hoping for the best but preparing for the worst as they face a drop in state funding of up to 82 percent.
Until recently, the bay was choked with nutrients and sediment spilling in from the 17 million people that call the watershed home.
Mattel announced it was ending production of 'SeaWorld Trainer Barbie.' The move follows an animal rights backlash against the park.
A widespread systems outage affecting registers throughout the nation forced a number of Starbucks locations to give away free drinks Friday before closing stores early.
Seeking homes surrounded by nature, Americans continue to build houses among trees that will, sooner or later, go up in flames.