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The White House denied a report that President Donald Trump "billed" Germany for U.S. services to NATO.
The president upped the ante in a growing fight with his own party, lashing out at conservatives after an Obamacare repeal's defeat.
The idea of a universal basic income is nothing new, but now more people are beginning to consider its feasibility in the U.S.
After nine weeks in office, this was President Donald Trump's most consequential week yet, NBC News reports.
United Airlines reportedly removes girls for wearing leggings, and paid the price on Twitter, Recode reports.
Westinghouse Electric could file for bankruptcy protection as early as Tuesday.
A committee of ministers from OPEC and non-OPEC oil producers has agreed to review whether a pact to limit supplies should be extended.
"He was able to rise to any occasion."
As index investing booms, the conventional wisdom says investing should get easier.
Europe's medicines regulator has recommended the suspension of generic drug approvals due to "unreliable" tests conducted by an Indian firm.
Children pay for the poor financial practices of their parents, according to a new survey from T. Rowe Price.
Police detained demonstrators across Russia on Sunday, including Alexei Navalny, after thousands took to the streets.
That foreboding looking shape in the sky might be a new cloud called "Undulatus Asperatus," The Verge reports.
Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservatives won a regional election in the western state of Saarland, in a blow to the rival Social Democrats.
As with health care, tax reform will pit powerful constituencies against one another within the party, Politico's Ben White says.
The booming pot economy is giving birth to new forms of edible innovation, including coffee and 'medicated' specialty food.
At least two people opened fire inside a crowded nightclub early Sunday morning, killing one person and wounding more than a dozen others.
Amazon is taking the fight directly to retailers on actual streets around the globe, where it is slowly building a fleet of physical stores.
As March turns to April, initial readings loom of how the economy has done so far in a broad sense. Much is at stake.