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Heavy snowfall could hit Minnesota and South Dakota, where some cities could see up to a foot more of snow overnight, reports NBC News.
A notable no-show provokes a question has nipped at Clinton's heels throughout her campaign. NBC News reports.
Car buyers in November cashed in on the powerful combination of low gas prices and cheap financing.
S&P cut Volkswagen's credit rating on Tuesday, shortly after the automaker reported sluggish U.S. sales for November.
America's oldest hat maker, the Bollman Hat Company, wants to bring manufacturing jobs to America and actor Samuel Jackson has joined the push.
The manufacturing sector contracted in November, falling to its worst levels since June 2009, when the economy was still in the midst of a recession.
President Obama says the world needs to tackle climate change now, as it's something that affects everything.
The front-running GOP residential candidate threatened to change his jokey style because it results in him being misrepresented.
According to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention study, new cases of diabetes in the U.S. have began to decline, says the New York Times.
Sen. James Lankford released a report that offers 100 examples of how Washington wastes money. The Fiscal Times reports.
UnitedHealth Group's chief executive officer on Tuesday defended the company's possibly exiting the Obamacare health insurance exchanges in 2017.
Sen. Richard Blumenthal on Tuesday suggested Puerto Rico made at least a partial payment on the $355 million debt payment due today.
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U.S. oil producers proved remarkably resilient in the face of an OPEC policy aimed squarely at curtailing American output.
After the mass spending of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, this online campaign is encouraging people to give back, says USA Today.
Re/code is unpacking one Alphabet company a week, presenting the facts, figures and, just maybe, the financials.
A court rejected a request from the former girlfriend of Sumner Redstone for the chairman of Viacom to undergo an immediate medical evaluation.
Tax rules governing IRAs are complex and ever changing, so if you're considering a Roth IRA conversion, get ready to do some legwork first.
OPEC is not expected to take any action this week to prop up oil prices, which have yet to hit rock bottom, according to a CNBC Oil Survey.
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