With evidence coming in from several studies, scientists are more certain that oil and gas drilling is causing earthquakes across the U.S.
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“Mad Money” host Jim Cramer shows off Apple’s latest gadget—kind of.
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The economic costs of Nepal's devastating earthquake could exceed $5 billion, equivalent to 20 percent of the impoverished nation's GDP.
The S&P 500 is bucking against its all-time high, and analysts say a bullish chart pattern and still-easy Fed raise the odds the rally will continue for weeks.
Fitch Ratings downgraded Japan's credit rating by one notch, the agency said on Monday.
Corinthian Colleges said Sunday it's closing its remaining 28 for-profit schools effective immediately, kicking about 16,000 students out of school.
Rescue efforts are underway in Nepal after a massive earthquake struck near the country's capital, leaving behind a trail of death and destruction.
Deutsche Bank announced a major overhaul in an effort to deliver savings Monday, which would cost a one-off $4 billion to achieve.
Last week, about 50 earthquake and social scientists came to Kathmandu, to figure out how to better prepare the overdeveloped area for disasters.
The so-called "four horsemen" have helped power the Nasdaq to new records. Of those tech leaders, one name stood out for two analysts.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk was on hand at Saturday night’s White House Correspondents Dinner, even if many Washingtonians didn’t seem to realize it.
With the Nasdaq finally surpassing its dotcom peak on Friday, worries about a return to the tech bubble are back in focus.
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While the Nasdaq grabbed all the headlines Thursday, investors failed to notice another hot area of the market.
Mark Smith, Senior Director, Emergency Affairs at World Vision, warns that monsoon season will be approaching Nepal in a few months so finding permanent shelter solutions will be a priority for the government.