After her father reached an agreement to get an $80,000 settlement and $10,000 in back pay from a Florida, a Miami girl wrote on Facebook that the school could "SUCK IT."
Warren Buffett says the economy continues the steady growth that began in fall of 2009 and he remains optimistic despite Russia's intervention in Ukraine.
Ratings in the major markets was up 7 percent compared to last year.
Thousands are marching in a pro-invasion rally in downtown Moscow one day after Russia's parliament gave President Vladimir Putin a green light to use military force in Ukraine.
Actress Mary-Kate Olsen, 27, is engaged to banker Olivier Sarkozy, 44, the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy.
Justin Timberlake dealt with more fan antics in Philadelphia during his concert on Tuesday.
Washington (ANI): Apple CEO Tim Cook reportedly announced that their Apple TV unit, a product touted to be a 'hobby,' made more than a billion dollars of revenue last year.
Goldman Sachs has disclosed that federal regulators are examining how it divides up newly issued bonds among investors.
Storms expected Friday will likely pack a punch, with some of wildest weather the central San Joaquin Valley has seen this winter.
Thousands of Los Angeles residents are without power as rain pounds the area, according to the Department of Water and Power.
Detroit residents seeking work are encouraged to attend a job fair Friday and Saturday, where they can learn about vacant positions in the city government's workforce.
Sinaloa cartel boss Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, who was arrested last weekend, used drug proceeds to assemble a conglomerate of 288 firms across more than a dozen countries, Mexico's El Universal daily said Friday.
Seven years after her Oscar debut, Ellen DeGeneres is back.
A pair of storms have brought some relief to dried-out California, but the large one expected to arrive Friday has prompted evacuations in suburbs northeast of Los Angeles.
The FDA is proposing new rules that would change what's considered as a "single serving" so nutritional facts on food packaging better reflect the consumption habits of Americans.