The Obama administration warned states that federal highway funds will be mostly gone in August, limiting the money for road and bridge projects.
Hacked details of trade discussions involving 22 teams were leaked to Anonbin, a data sharing website, USA Today reports.
U.S. small businesses boosted borrowing for a third straight month in May, according to data released on Tuesday.
A federal agency said that, despite an improving economy, retirement plans covering roughly 1.5 million U.S. workers are severely underfunded.
Will Bob McDonald be able to change the Department of Veterans Affairs or will the U.S. government's second largest agency change him?
If a tornado like the one that ravaged Moore in 2013 struck the Chicago area, potential damage could exceed $20 billion, reinsurer Swiss Re said.
LAX Airport could get a transit link to the Metro as soon as 2022.
"What you have today is not so much speed being a factor, but the certainty of the speed," Nasdaq OMX CEO Bob Greifeld said.
United Airlines will soon offer Goose Island Beer Company's 312 Urban Wheat Ale on worldwide flights and in its U.S. airport lounges.
Grocery shoppers everywhere have been feeling pain at the checkout. But there could be a silver lining for the restaurant industry.
Internet giant Yahoo has put in a bid of around $250 million to buy Fullscreen, a company which creates content for YouTube channels.
Hotel and air rates in many destinations are either flat or lower than 2013, but July 4 travel is up for a third year in a row.
The Peach State is the cream of the crop for 2014, with the nation’s best workforce and the top infrastructure. But education remains poor.
As Coke pours money into World Cup ads to salvage falling sales it faces another crisis: its future market, India, is resisting.
South Korea's latest hit drama is inspiring new travel hotspots and influencing what people throughout Asia wear, eat and buy.
According to Russian media reports, a $346,000 Lamborghini crashed into a high-end shop in Moscow.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a higher open on Wednesday, after the publication of the ADP jobs report.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Americans increasingly are replacing their once-enviable 50-inch TVs with even bigger screens. Think: 65-inches and up.
Some of the biggest investors have started to pull back from riskier fixed-income assets even as the Federal Reserve keeps on a green light for risk.