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A second-quarter economic rebound did nothing to change the Fed, which stayed the course Wednesday with ultra-easy monetary policy.
Fears that workers will become more unionized after a ruling by the legal arm of the National Labor Relations Board against McDonald's may be real.
Obama also used the speech to lampoon Congress, saying it should "stop being mad all the time. Stop just hating all the time."
Former Minnesota Gov. Jesse Ventura won $1.8 million in his two-year fight to prove he was defamed by a military sniper and best-selling author.
Hillary Clinton's record as secretary of state ties her political standing to the condition of U.S. foreign policy even after her D.C. departure.
California has seen a rush of people health insurance, but it will have a tougher time with the remaining uninsured during Obamacare's next enrollment.
McDonald's and its franchisees can be held liable in complaints that the company violated employee rights, an official at the U.S. NLRB said.
A stunning acceleration in second quarter growth and a jump in inflation triggered a new round of speculation that the Fed will have to speed up plans to hike rates.
U.S. economic growth accelerated more than expected in the second quarter, which may bolster views for the remainder of the year.
OkCupid's disclosure that the popular dating website intentionally misled couples about their suitability could open it up to a U.S. FTC inquiry.
Bankers and MBAs are increasingly moving into the tech sector—and tech companies are ready for them.
Many can't afford Obamacare, and it doesn't fix the underlying causes of high health-care costs, Aetna Chairman and CEO Mark Bertolini tells CNBC.
The U.S. lacks a plan to save coastal cities from hurricanes and rising sea levels, and getting there may not be easy.
Snapchat is reported to be in talks with Alibaba and other investors for a round of financing that may value it at up to $10 billion.
Corporate America may have another tax-avoidance trick up its sleeve, what some are calling 'outversions.'
Fatal truck accidents happen nearly 11 times a day in the U.S. CNBC looks at the causes, who's to blame, and why it gets little attention.
Private businesses created 218,000 jobs in July, a number that while solid and in line with previous months fell below expectations, according to ADP.
Applications for U.S. home mortgages slipped last week as refinancing applications dropped, an industry group said on Wednesday.
Online retail and a weak job market is forcing workers to accept unpredictable schedules and less pay—trends experts say will continue.
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The Navy's Silent NEMO suggests the best engineer for effective machines might be mother nature.
Uber said Wednesday that it would begin a new series of measures to boost safety at the ride-sharing startup—including biometric and voice screening for drivers.
A Japanese lingerie maker recalled more than 20,000 brassieres after complaints that underwires suddenly poked out.
Navy video footage of robot sharks that could one day be used for surveillance.
The market may have rallied, but Mad Money host Jim Cramer thinks that's just the beginning of Yellen's impact.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer outlines stocks that may be a buy during the next selloff related to the decline of oil or stress overseas.