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Carnival is sailing into history, becoming the first U.S. leisure ship to voyage between the United States and Cuba in more than 50 years.
No serious juries have been reported in the blaze that broke out early Sunday evening at the Serbian Orthodox Cathedral of St. Sava in Manhattan.
The Fed may need more powers to provide emergency funding to securities firms in order to deal with a liquidity crunch, New York Fed President said.
Warren Buffett is not worried about who becomes the next president of the United States.
Puerto Rico's health secretary says the island has recorded its first Zika-related death amid an outbreak of the mosquito-borne virus.
Several recalls were announced this week, including a recall of more than 202,000 Ford vehicles.
A rare piece of movie memorabilia from Prince's 1984 classic film "Purple Rain" is hitting the auction block.
Nissan Motor said Friday that it is recalling 3.53 million vehicles because the passenger-side air bags may not work properly.
They come for Warren Buffett and leave with jewelry, furniture and more.
Just days after John Boehner called Ted Cruz "Lucifer in the flesh" Merriam-Webster saw a staggering spike in the number of searches for the word.
Fast-casual restaurants are popping up across the country. But they face an obstacle that has nothing to do with the food, Racked reports.
Yahoo has shortlisted close to 10 bidders in the auction for its core Internet assets with most offers involving cash.
A huge Hewlett Packard Enterprise project hopes to use massive data sets to better craft medical treatments and medicines for patients.
The Philadelphia International Airport reopened for traffic after the FAA issued a ground stop when two aircraft made emergency landings.
Ole Miss left tackle Laremy Tunsil admitted to taking money from his coach, following a hack of his social media, NBC reports.
Consumers were feeling a bit less optimistic in April, according to a recent survey.
The Chicago Purchasing Managers Index came in at 50.4 for April, missing economists' estimates.
A new Apple patent may notify a text recipient of any words that underwent autocorrect, The Verge reports.
The dire prognostication from Carl Icahn about a "day of reckoning" in the markets isn't gospel, Warren Buffett tells CNBC.
The Dallas Fed chief pledged to push for gradual rises in rates, as long as inflation continues to rise and the economy remains near full employment.
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