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President Barack Obama is putting people on notice.
A series of new studies out this week shows solid progress toward a flu vaccine in a pill and a so-called universal flu vaccine. NBC News reports.
Toll Brothers said orders have risen 16 percent so far in the quarter started August, indicating that the housing recovery is gathering steam.
The video game industry is getting set to kick off its busiest three months of the year.
President Barack Obama has been briefed on choppy market movement, and the Treasury Department continues to monitor developments.
This ensemble is on track to be named the most controversial Halloween costume of 2015.
In a move likely to devastate millions of teenage girls, British boy band "One Direction" is splitting up, according to a U.K. tabloid newspaper.
The companies said the combined entity will create the "leading" U.S. electric and gas utility.
More prominent Democrats on Sunday cracked open the door for Vice President Joe Biden to enter the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Donald Trump on Sunday turned his fire on hedge fund managers, calling them “paper-pushers” who do not pay their fair share of tax. The FT reports.
As the retirement age continues to slip later and later some bosses are opting to become even more accommodative. NYT reports.
There's a class-action lawsuit against the companies that run Ashley Madison after a data breach exposed 39 million memberships.
A video made by a mother in Guam purports to show glass in its baby wipes and has caught attention online. NBC News reports.
Sen. Harry Reid said that a Nevada utility, owned by Buffett's Berkshire, is proposing a potential blow to the state's rooftop solar industry.
The Super PACs representing this year's batch of presidential hopefuls have already raised more than $240 million, and spent about $10 million.
A sensor by a start-up called Density can send data to your phone, telling you when a restaurant or gym is too crowded.
Intuit, the financial software giant behind TurboTax, says it's dropping Quicken to realign its focus. NBC News reports.
Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said the U.S. would be closely monitoring China's change in the way it allows the yuan to be traded.
In 2003 football star Casey Crawford gave up a lucrative NFL career and decided to cash in on a booming real estate business.
Starting in October the company will roll out a new cafe concept. USAToday reports.
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