Alibaba could stir things up as traders deal with options expirations and possible market volatility spurred by Scotland.
Prediction markets give much more reliable forecasts than pollsters, as do surveys of what voters expect will happen.
After exchanging words with a deputy who had arrived at the shooting scene, the man, Don Charles Spirit, killed himself.
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The basic contours of the race are consistent with the serious possibility of an independent victory, a victory that could decide Senate control.
As lawmakers grapple with President Obama’s claim that he already has congressional authorization for airstrikes against the Islamic State, legal specialists are saying that even legislative inaction could create a precedent leaving the executive branch with greater war-making powers.
Marriott Hotels is betting in the future you will take virtual vacations.
Santander Consumer USA paid a second-quarter dividend, which it was forbidden to do after it failed a stress test in March.
The Virginia Republican congressional candidate's TV ad labels her Democratic opponent a "sexist."
Alibaba's share price of $68 is likely to jump when trading in New York opens Friday, analysts say.
Far from clarifying the war plan, the White House’s public-relations blitz has muddied several key issues, not least whether the campaign will require American ground forces.
The wildfire in Placerville, east of Sacramento, burned through 71,000 acres and threatened over 2,000 homes, and was only 5 percent contained.
Opinion: The Arab world is more violent, unstable, fragmented and driven by extremism than before.
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The next phase of the American strategy against the Islamic State has been described as “extraordinarily complex,” and involves training and coordinating airstrikes with Iraqi forces.
Apple enthusiasts around the world proved their unflinching loyalty yet again during the global launch of the iPhone 6 on Friday.
In a sign that the outrage about domestic violence in the National Football League has expanded, a federal judge in Alabama faced abrupt and potent pressure to resign after he was charged with striking his wife last month at a luxury hotel in Atlanta.
Lawmakers sidestepped the debate over the extent of American military action until the lame-duck session of Congress later this year.
With an emerging population of immigrants who do not or cannot vote, Democrats are trying to increase black turnout and bring back moderate whites.