WASHINGTON— As the Justice Department launches an investigation into possible collusion in the airline industry, experts say the government faces the burden of proving that carriers were deliberately signaling business decisions to each other. A particularly cold winter in the Northeast, for instance, might merit more flights to the Caribbean.» Read More
The FDA said that people should use daily aspirin therapy only after assessing the benefits and risks.
We're moving in the right direction but we got a lot more work to do, says U.S. Labor Secretary Thomas Perez, discussing Friday's better-than-expected jobs numbers.
The Fed should "explicitly" say it will keep rates near zero until the economy is within a year of reaching Fed goals, a policymaker said.
"It's nothing more than a land grab," said a business owner in Philadelphia over efforts by the city to take his property.
Former Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty, 64, died on Thursday, just weeks after stepping down following eight years in his post.
The U.S. Secret Service is reassigning some staff and exploring stricter rules on alcohol after agents were sent home after a night of drinking.
He's only 14, but Suvir Mirchandani figured out how to save the government millions, according to a report.
The government plans to sell the bulk of its stake in auto lender Ally Financial, to raise up to $2.66 billion.
Citi was one of five banks whose capital plans were not approved. The Fed said Citi's plan did not fix previously raised issues.
Minneapolis Fed Bank President Narayana Kocherlakota has no plans to make a habit of saying "no," people familiar with his thinking say.
Does the National Security Agency's Internet snooping reach into the email inboxes of former occupants of the White House?
The Federal Reserve was not trying to signal a more restrictive policy stance when earlier this week it dropped a set of guideposts, a top Fed official said.
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The federal study found that if saboteurs attacked just nine substations, the country's power network could collapse. The Wall Street Journal reports.
The U.S. Senate approved Federal Reserve Governor Sarah Bloom Raskin to be the No. 2 official at the Treasury Department.
Lois Lerner refused to answer questions at a congressional hearing that quickly devolved into political bickering between Democrats and Republicans.
The head of the Justice Department division in charge of prosecuting white-collar crime says she's leaving behind plenty of big cases.
Boeing has begun offering a specialized phone aimed at government agencies and contractors who need to keep communication and data secure.
It's another step in Michelle Obama's campaign against obesity. NBC reports.
Money-transfer company Western Union is being probed by the FTC and a U.S. district court over fraud-induced money transfers, the company said in a regulatory filing.