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It's being called a $1.5 trillion package, but the tax changes set for a vote in Congress would create more than $5 trillion worth of winners and losers.
Here's how your brackets stack up under the new bill.
The Pentagon acknowledged on Saturday that its long-secret UFO investigation program ended in 2012, when U.S. defense officials shifted attention and funding to other priorities.
Hunter Harrison, the CEO of rail company CSX, has passed away at age 73.
Facebook admitted on Thursday that using the social network in some fashions can be bad for your health.
The final bill would let itemizers deduct medical expenses in 2017 and 2018 that exceed 7.5 percent of their adjusted gross income.
Lockheed Martin and a supersonic airplane start-up are planning to develop a business jet that can travel faster than the speed of sound.
Political events in 2018 reveal a historical trend that could stall the market rally, says one strategist.
Under the Republican tax plan, many homeowners' monthly housing costs will go up.
President Trump called Cindy McCain on Friday to check in on her husband.
A South Korean-born Sydney man was charged Sunday with acting as an economic agent for North Korea in Australia.
The House and Senate GOP hope to pass the sweeping measure by the middle of next week, hitting a year-end target.
The Thomas Fire could become the biggest single fire in California history.
Disney faces the challenge of merging its family-friendly Marvel comics movies with Fox's harder-edged film heroes.
Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello argues that the bill could cause more damage to the commonwealth's economy.
President Trump predicted that economic growth could go from the current 3 percent to "4, 5 and maybe even 6 percent ultimately."
Sabih al-Masri was detained in Saudi Arabia for questioning after a business trip to Riyadh, family sources and friends said on Saturday.
A bombshell piece of evidence in the Uber-Waymo trial alleges that Uber trained employees to steal trade secrets from competitors and hide their actions.
The first-term Democratic Congressman is denying allegations of sexual harassment but says he won't seek re-election.