Top News & Analysis Delaware

  • A Los Angeles School Police officer checks-in with officials at the LAUSD Gardena Garage where the fleet of school buses from around the district are parked while law enforcement investigates a threat against the district Dec. 15, 2015.

    Though it seems there is nothing to lose by evacuating a school and being safe, there are large costs associated with these closures.

  • Vice President Joseph Biden

    With the Democratic presidential debate Tuesday, time is running out for Joe Biden to enter the 2016 race. NBC News reports.

  • A pro-Euro protester holds a European Union and a Greek national flag during a rally in front of the parliament building in Athens, Greece, July 9, 2015.

    If the EU were a fiscal union like the U.S., then what state would Greece be most like? Which of us take more from the government than they give back?

  • A New York City police officer at the 4th of July fireworks.

    The nation is a patchwork of laws when it comes to regulating fireworks. Still, legality seems to have little to do with people injuring themselves.

  • Top States 2015: Delaware

    The First State maintains a tradition of business friendliness, but access to capital is limited and costs are on the high side.

  • Famed U.S. gun maker Colt Defense LLC said it filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

  • Attendees at the Governor's Ball music festival, Randall Island, N.Y.

    To reach today's youth, brands such as PayPal and Stubhub are creating physical experiences at concerts to get in front of new consumers.

  • James Bullard, president of the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank

    A Fed official said at an event that the Fed always takes international events into account.

  • DuPont says portfolio changes and productivity improvements contributed to an increase in fourth-quarter earnings.

  • Caesars Entertainment Corp.'s Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

    The operating unit of Caesars Entertainment Corp, the largest U.S. casino company, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy on Thursday.

  • A campaign waged by casino owners has stalled efforts to allow more widespread wagering on laptops and smartphones across the U.S. The Financial Times reports.

  • Morgan Stanley plans to build and run a U.S. compressed natural gas export facility, even as it sells its physical oil business.

  • The First State has the friendliest business climate, but poor infrastructure and an unionized workforce spurs companies to base elsewhere.

  • This photo illustration shows a man looking at the bitcoin exchange website of Mt. Gox in Tokyo last February.

    The failed Tokyo-based bitcoin exchange, Mt.Gox, received court approval on Tuesday to begin Chapter 15 bankruptcy proceedings in the United States.

  • ZocDoc is the new king of New York start-ups.

  • Scenes From Hurricane Sandy

    The East Coast's most populated region is struggling to recover from devastating Hurricane Sandy, its worst storm in generations.

  • U.S. Department of Justice, Washington, D.C.

    Sallie Mae has reached a $60 million settlement with the government to resolve allegations that it overcharged military service members.

  • The Luminant Lake Hubbard natural gas power plant, a subsidiary of Texas Energy Future Holdings LP, stands in Dallas, Texas.

    Energy Future filed for bankruptcy protection, seven years after its record leveraged buyout stacked it with debt just as prices for its electricity plunged.

  • Google Glass

    Google is lobbying officials in at least three states to stop proposed restrictions on driving with headsets such as Google Glass.

  • Optim Energy, an electric company owned by a Bill Gates investment fund, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after piling up losses in a depressed power market.