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A man accused of killing an unarmed young woman on his front porch testified in his own defense and told jurors he feared for his life.
A Michigan man accused of gunning down an unarmed young woman on his front porch took the stand in his own defense Monday. Theodore Wafer, 55, told jurors he feared for his life when loud banging on his front and kitchen doors startled him awake in the early morning hours of November 2, 2013.
U.S. services firms grew at the fastest rate in more than eight years in July, the latest sign of an economy picking up speed in the second half of the year.
A Statesville, North Carolina, infant is dead after being left in a hot car last month, and now his parents are under arrest.
Tech stocks were mostly in the red Tuesday, with several Internet companies getting attention from investors.
Verizon Wireless told federal regulators the company isn’t doing anything wrong under its new plan to slow network speeds for its heaviest data users.
It’s not just fat cat hedge funds, banks, or Wall Street investment companies that benefit when U.S. companies cut their tax bills by moving their headquarters overseas via mergers with foreign concerns.
U.S. service-sector companies grew in July at the faster pace in nine years, according to survey of senior executives.
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New orders for U.S. factory goods jumped more than expected in June as demand increased across the board.
Chaka Fattah Jr., the son of U.S. Rep. Chaka Fattah, D-Pa., is subject of an ongoing fraud probe and turned himself into federal authorities Tuesday.
Orders to U.S. factories increase in June, led by demand for aircraft, industrial machinery and computers and electronics.
Italian bank UniCredit says its second-quarter profit rose 12 percent on higher fees and interest income along with lower provisions for bad loans.
As the last of the sleepaway campers begrudgingly say their goodbyes to bunkmates this month, it's worth remembering that some campers and counselors keep the campfire flames burning much longer with summer flings that become lifetime commitments.
Factory orders in June climbed a seasonally adjusted 1.1%, the Commerce Department said Tuesday, topping the 0.6% gain forecast in a MarketWatch-compiled economist poll.
The second American aid worker infected with Ebola in Liberia arrived in the United States.