Technology companies are keeping the pressure on the U.S. government over its spying programs.
The expansion of a drivetrain components plant in Alabama is expected to create 50 new jobs.
Shirley Temple Black, one of the most famous child actors of all time, has died at age 85.
Better Markets, a nonprofit policy watchdog, said Monday it is suing the U.S. Justice Department over a $13 billion settlement with JP Morgan Chase.
The federal government will continue to reap profits from student loans till at least 2024, a new Congressional Budget Office study says.
Michigan's minimum wage could go up to $9.50 an hour if a ballot petition attracts more than 258,000 signatures.
North Korea has withdrawn an invitation to discuss the release of imprisoned missionary Kenneth Bae, U.S. officials said.
Fashion house Valentino has apologized for emailing journalists that Amy Adams carried one of its pricey bags at the wake of Philip Seymour Hoffman.
The USDA has recalled nearly 9 million pounds of meat from a Petaluma, Calif., company that processed diseased and unsound animals.
AOL chief Tim Armstrong apologized for linking two female employees with "distressed babies" to the company's rising health-care costs, and reversed a decision to cut 401(k) contributions.
These are heady times for marijuana enthusiasts and those looking to make a legal buck in the industry.
A 10-day back-to-school holiday and a 15-day hurricane supplies holiday for Floridians may come at a high cost to state and local governments.
The Zuckerbergs were the most generous American philanthropists in 2013 with a gift of Facebook stock valued at $970 million.
Despite more than 20 000 people signing an online petition to save 2-year-old Marius, staff at Copenhagen Zoo went ahead and shot the animal with a bolt pistol.
Despite apparently good news on hiring and unemployment from the Labor Department, initial analysis indicates all is not rosy yet -- especially for women.