Sales increased more than expected in November as the holiday shopping season got off to a brisk start, pointing to sustained strength in the economy.
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First-time claims for state unemployment benefits rose less than expected, declining from the previous week.
Disney shares could see a boost, some strategists say.
Russia's Putin tells his annual press conference he will run for president in early 2018 as an independent candidate.
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The president used a White House event to showcase families who would be positively impacted by changes to the tax code.
Some of the most inspiring health success stories of 2017 were the ones most overlooked, says Sue Desmond-Hellmann.
Teens are using more marijuana as they continue to drop cigarettes, according to a new survey.
Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore released a video message on YouTube in which he appeared to refuse to admit defeat and railed against "immorality" in the U.S.
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Rising shale oil production in the United Sates is set to leave OPEC nations with a challenging 2018, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Teva Pharmaceutical plans to reduce its workforce by 25 percent and suspend its dividend in a much-anticipated overhaul to help pay back its massive debt.
Deutsche Bank raises its rating for Lululemon shares to buy from hold, predicting the company will report sales above expectations.
Kentucky state Representative Dan Johnson, who was facing sexual assault accusations, died in a probable suicide, Bullitt County Coroner Dave Billings said.
Mario Centeno, the incoming president of the Eurogroup, underlined his vision for the region and said that "time and patience is of essence" to reform the euro zone.
Most people Reuters contacted about in-flight sexual misconduct said incidents are vastly under-reported.
The Australian dollar is set to gain 10 percent on the USD in 2018, HSBC predicts