Several food items have been recalled this week, including junk food favorites like pizza and chicken nuggets.
Athletes from a range of sports, including football, baseball and golf, are now using virtual reality to supplement training.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on another outbreak of avian influenza prompting the culling of 250,000 turkeys.
The government acted after confirmation the virus hit an Indiana turkey farm, alerting states to the danger and putting workers under surveillance.
Bird flu has infected a commercial turkey flock, though the strain is different from the one that caused an outbreak last year.
Does Peyton Manning have legal standing against a report that claims he used illegal HGH?
Many senators who voted this week to block EPA coal rules received healthy campaign donations from coal industry interest groups.
Cheap gasoline prices are about to get a lot cheaper, especially in the Midwest.
Groceries from Google? You betcha! Overnight service expands to Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Ohio and Wisconsin. Re/code reports.
Five years after GM shut down a Hummer plant in Mishawaka, Indiana, the assembly line now cranks out the Mercedes-Benz R Class.
Farmland values grew at the slowest clip in six years, according to a new USDA report but don't blame the drought.
Industrialist and conservative donor Charles Koch challenged conservatives to end "corporate cronyism", even if it helps his businesses.
Kyle Busch is now almost a guarantee for the NASCAR Chase, after his fourth win in the last five races.
Experts believe that couples delaying having kids have turned our dogs into our children with their own apps, parties and more.
Columbia Pipeline Group executives rang the opening bell Wednesday, marking the start of trading at the NYSE.
Crime scene investigators are seen carrying out a computer after Federal authorities raided the home of Subway spokesman Jared Fogle Tuesday morning as part of a child porn investigation. Fogle is seen leaving the home.
Federal authorities raided the home of Subway spokesman Jared Fogle Tuesday morning as part of a child porn investigation. Aerial footage by NBC affiliate WTHR.
Across the nation, manufacturing is still the lifeblood of many US state economies. Here's who tops the list for manufacturing.
These places get the low marks for their high crime rate, pollution, lack of inclusiveness and the poor health of their citizens.
With generous incentives and low taxes, the Hoosier State is the least expensive. But its workforce is among the least educated.