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The Fed has not acted yet because some recent economic data have given policymakers pause, Kansas City Fed's Esther George tells CNBC.
Social media firms are "consciously failing" to stop their sites from being used to promote terrorism, U.K. lawmakers said.
More parents are committed to paying for college, but they're on track to save less than a third of their goal in time.
Lenses for Love founder Stephanie Smith offers free professional photo shoots for children with special needs.
A Federal Reserve rate hike next month would provide a boost for the world economy and allow for a further hike this year, an investment adviser says.
SolarCity executives buy millions in company bonds, putting them at cross purposes with shareholders, says one expert.
Gold has tumbled leading up to Janet Yellen's speech on Friday, but will the metal move lower?
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange said his organization planned to release information linked to the campaign of Hillary Clinton before the election.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump backed away farther from his hardline stance on deporting millions of illegal immigrants.
The next trough in oil prices could come just as OPEC members gather in Algeria next month – and that could make for an interesting, and more unpredictable outcome.
Colombia's government and leftist FARC rebels unveiled a peace deal to end a guerrilla war which almost made the country a failed state.
Singapore is taking the next step in the world's move towards self-driving vehicles with the first public trial of autonomous-drive taxis.
WL Ross & Co. agreed to pay a $2.3 million fine to the Securities and Exchange Commission to settle charges it did not disclose some investor fees.
Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps vessels "harassed" a U.S. warship on Tuesday near the Strait of Hormuz, a U.S. defense official said.
Wanted posters for fugitive debtors are the main images that flash up on a big electronic screen in downtown Yixing, the SCMP reports.
China’s luxury consumers are moving beyond bricks and mortar and going online for their next python-skin handbag fix.
What can be done to stop North Korea's hostile missile technology? The answer is, very little, unless the world's superpowers cooperate.
One gunman is dead and another thought to be on the loose at American University of Afghanistan after attack on institution, NBC News reports.
Asian stocks were mixed Thursday, with traders on the sidelines ahead of Janet Yellen's Friday speech, as Chinese markets fell on liquidity concerns.