A puzzling case for the Supreme Court involves whether the agency properly raises emission thresholds for regulation under the Clean Air Act.
Since the S&P 500 closed at a 3½-month low of 1,741.89 on Feb. 3, 2014, the index is now up 6 percent.
On Twitter, Fallon says he's headed to Lake Michigan this weekend.
Top strategists on Wall Street say the yen is set to weaken a lot further this year, and that should be a bullish sign for stocks.
Jeb Bush responds to comments his mother has made that another Bush shouldn't be president.
In European soccer, the punishment for racially abusing an opponent is a 10-match ban. In American football, the same offense could result in the offending team being penalized 15 yards.
After a meeting with Barack Obama on bipartisanship, both sides begin to fight again.
Former Nickelodeon star Amanda Bynes is now a former defendant thanks to a plea deal Monday that resolved a drunken driving charge.
The designer of the state's botched health-care exchange has already been paid $65 million and billed for millions more.
The move demonstrated how the battleground for innovation is shifting from the hand to the wrist.
Although upsets are unlikely, the long list of candidates trying to unseat high-ranking Republicans in the primaries reflects fissures within the party.
U.S. oil rose on Monday, supported by upbeat economic data that fueled hopes for demand growth. Meanwhile, natural gas prices sunk in choppy trade.
Emerging from the annual meeting of the nation’s governors at the White House, Gov. Bobby Jindal omitted the usual happy-talk to discuss his views of President Obama.
Holders of US defense stocks expressed relief that the budget spares most big arms firms. But not everybody wins.
The controversial musician also says President Barack Obama wants to "destroy" the country.
About two-thirds of Americans who work at small businesses will see health-insurance premiums increase under Obamacare.
In the keynote at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Mark Zuckerberg also signaled he's likely done with deals for a bit.
This year's winter may become one of the top five costliest since 1980, with over $1.5 billion in insured losses so far.
Gay rights activists continue to oppose the law as the evangelical group that supported it say they would have preferred a less harsh version.