Canadian gaming company Amaya has been ordered by a Kentucky court to pay $870 million in penalties to cover alleged losses by the state's residents.
Many senators who voted this week to block EPA coal rules received healthy campaign donations from coal industry interest groups.
The House is poised to vote on a two-year budget truce and Republicans are set to nominate Rep. Paul Ryan as the chamber's new speaker.
An estimated 27 percent of US public high schools will not have any sports by the year 2020 if current trends continue, reports one group.
Senate negotiators say they've reached an agreement on a six-year highway and transit bill subject to approval by rank-and-file lawmakers.
These places get the low marks for their high crime rate, pollution, lack of inclusiveness and the poor health of their citizens.
You'd be surprised at the most affordable places to live in the U.S., thanks to low food prices, great home values and low utility costs.
The Bluegrass State offers low costs for businesses and residents but slim pickings when it comes to skilled workers.
Justin Zayat, racing manager of Zayat Stables, said Monday that his family's victory is a good sign for the entire horse racing industry.
That staple of Americana, bourbon, is drawing big interest from overseas investors.
The NSA lost its authority at midnight to collect Americans' phone records in bulk, after Senator Rand Paul stood in the way of the program.
The US is split over right to work laws—literally. Exactly half of the 50 states are right-to-work states—the next will tip the balance.
The NSA has begun winding down its collection and storage of U.S. phone records after the Senate failed to agree on a path forward.
Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul sparked applause from a tech-heavy audience when he criticized the NSA's data collection.
Chris Morris, Brown-Forman's master distiller, walks CNBC's Dom Chu through the process of making a $2,500 mint julep.
A look at what $13,000 will get you at this weekend's Kentucky Derby, with CNBC's Dominic Chu.
Kentucky Derby goers will pay from $10 to $2,500 for one of the 250,000-plus glasses of the sugary concoction that will be served this weekend.
CNBC's Dominic Chu takes a look at the big business of bourbon at Saturday's Kentucky Derby.
A 66-year-old man turned himself in after 39 years of running in order to receive health care benefits in prison, NBC News reports.
Stolen bourbon estimated to be worth $100,000 was recovered in Kentucky, officials said, with nine people charged with engaging in organized crime.