The Iraqi army said Thursday it had taken full control of the Baiji refinery, Iraq's largest petroleum refining complex, but some parts may still be in insurgent hands.
U.S. personal spending increased less than expected in May, but personal income figures met forecasts, Commerce Department data showed on Thursday.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits dipped last week, indicating that a sharp economic slowdown earlier this year hasn't caused employers to cut jobs.
Montana received a $5.125 million federal grant to help with job training for the long-term unemployed.
When it comes to flu vaccines, a federal panel says, a squirt in the nose is better than a shot in the arm for young children.
Pope Francis hmay not have as many Twitter followers as President Obama, but he's the most influential person on the Twittersphere.
A police video shows Fox News anchor Gregg Jarrett becoming belligerent and struggling with an officer at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport.
The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey on Wednesday approved a plan to offer free access at Newark, Kennedy and LaGuardia airports, with a 30-minute limit.
International Auto Logistics expects to add about 30 jobs at a new facility in Georgia's Glynn County.
After a coalition of welfare rights organizations appealed to the U.N. for relief with Detroit water shutoffs, U.S. Rep. John Conyers condemned the practice by the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department.
Witnesses said a man was chatting on his cellphone and appeared composed despite having a kitchen knife stuck in his back.
The Obama administration cleared the way for the first exports of unrefined U.S. oil in nearly four decades, the Wall Street Journal reported.
U.S. officials say there are indications that Syria launched airstrikes against ISIL insurgents in western Iraq on Tuesday.
A cease-fire between pro-Russian separatists and government forces in eastern Ukraine appears to be holding a day after rebel leaders agreed to a truce with authorities in Kiev.
Orders for U.S. durable goods fell 1 percent in May as demand for military equipment fell sharply, but orders in a key category that signals business investment increased.