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Cash has been pouring into relief efforts for parts of Texas, Florida and, especially, the Caribbean and Puerto Rico.
President Donald Trump on Saturday lashed out at the mayor of San Juan in storm-ravaged Puerto Rico.
The United States is probing North Korea to see whether it is interested in dialogue and has multiple direct channels of communication with Pyongyang, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said on Saturday.
Buying a car can be an exercise in frustration — but Shift wants to make it seamless and stress-free.
The divisions between Uber and its former chief executive, Travis Kalanick, are widening.
Iraq's military prepared Saturday to take control of the international borders of the northern Kurdish region.
The needs are very large in Puerto Rico and we all need to be contributing whatever we can, Richard Fain said.
President Trump ordered a review of the council's authority to designate systemically important institutions in push to roll back financial regulations.
Hurricane Maria took down 80 percent of Puerto Rico's transmission and distribution power lines, PREPA CEO Ricardo Ramos said.
Google is also set to meet with congressional investigators in the coming weeks.
Stocks ended the third quarter at all-time highs for some major indices, and strategists say there's a good chance the new quarter will start strong.
The bond market may have come to an important turning point, which means the fourth quarter could be a time of higher interest rates.
Growth in the number of U.S. coffee shops is slowing as ready-to-drink coffee sales get hotter, according to a Mintel report.
The amount people pay to their state, their local government, their school districts, should not be subject to federal taxation, Rep. John Faso said.
Bulls say the combination of slow but persistent global growth and prospects for tax cuts will keep the markets at or near record highs
The GOP tax reform plan would lead to broad reinvestment in manufacturing, according to a survey of American producers released Friday.
A special committee of Equifax's board hired the law firm to conduct a thorough review of the breach and the company's response.
FEMA is doing everything it can to move as rapidly as possible in Puerto Rico, said former FEMA head Michael Brown.
The scandal involved cheating technology installed on Volkswagen diesel-powered vehicles to circumvent U.S. clean-air standards, USA Today reports.
Sixty-one percent of respondents to the poll say players should not be fired.
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Despite ISIS setbacks in Iraq and Syria, the terror group remains "an enormous threat," the CIA chief said Thursday.
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