The Obama administration on Friday said it was ready to free up about $260 billion so the nation could continue paying its bills as a temporary debt ceiling suspension lapses.» Read More
House conservatives want to extend to a full three years the current freeze on cost-of-living pay increases for the nation's 2 million civilian federal workers.
The United States Supreme Court will decide that in a case involving a 75-year-old farmer from Indiana named Vernon Bowman. Monsanto sued Bowman in 2007, claiming the farmer has for years used seeds reaped from a first crop of Monsanto Roundup Ready soybean seeds to grow another crop.
Investors who fled in fear over potentially massive tax increases associated with the "fiscal cliff" have barely broken a sweat over corresponding spending cuts.
U.S. industrial production unexpectedly fell in January, weighed down by weak manufacturing and mining, according to a new report that was another sign of slow economic activity at the start of the year.
Thousands of relieved passengers poured ashore from a stinking cruise ship on Friday after five days adrift in the Gulf of Mexico with overflowing toilets and stench filled cabins.
Perhaps to investors, the shift in Under Armour describes the next phase in the company's development: From disruptive growth company to global retail machine ready to take on Nike
This city, long known as a Rust Belt community, has transformed into a hub for advanced manufacturing and technology.
Facebook is expanding its Promoted Post feature to allow users to let them pay to promote their friends' posts on the social platform.
States that defaulted to the federally-built health exchange late last year have until the end of the day Friday to declare whether they will opt to run part of the online marketplaces that will serve to enroll people under the Affordable Care Act, also known as Obamacare.
States could collect millions in online sales taxes if proposed legislation moves forward, which allows businesses including smaller firms to collect taxes beyond their borders.
Apple's first product event of 2013 may be closer then you think. Peter Misek, senior technology analyst at Jefferies, predicts the first event will occur in March.
U.S. consumer sentiment improved in February, buoyed by signs of more hiring, though worries heightened about a decline in future income, a new survey showed.
Facebook said it was the target of a series of attacks from an unidentified hacker group but no user data were compromised.
Regulators accused "unknown traders" of illegally trading on inside information that Heinz would be acquired in a $23.3 billion deal.
Is Carl Icahn's massive bullish position in Herbalife disclosed Thursday just a personal vendetta against Bill Ackman?
Federal Reserve's Sandra Pianalto says that U.S. economy could minimize risk by aiming for smaller sized balance sheet.
Trump Plaza, the Boardwalk centerpiece of Donald Trump's onetime Atlantic City empire, was sold to a California company for $20 million in the cheapest of a series of bargain-basement deals for distressed gambling halls in the struggling New Jersey seaside resort.
Candy king Bruce Weiner is selling off his collection of more than 200 "microcars" for an expected haul of more than $6 million.
As the Carnival Triumph inches toward port, attention is turning to what rights its passengers have. But the cruise industry receives less oversight than the airline industry. The Christian Science Monitor reports.
Investors in SAC Capital redeemed $1.68 billion Thursday, according to people familiar with the matter, a nod to a raft of legal issues that have embattled the hedge fund in recent months.