It's widely expected to pass, though the margin remains unclear.
Drexel University's law school is being named for a prominent trial lawyer who donated $50 million, the largest gift in the Philadelphia school's history.
The Air Force says airmen will now be allowed to omit the words “so help me God” from its enlistment oath – marking a change in policy that is being affirmed by both atheist and religious liberty groups.
Downgrading its economic forecasts, the Federal Reserve continued to say it would hold rates near zero for a “considerable time.”
Investors who weren’t sure how to position through year-end just received a message from the Fed.
Investors should steer clear of Alibaba, valuation expert and New York University finance professor Aswath Damodaran says.
If you want to know why the Chinese government is keen on Alibaba, look no further than Beishan – one of China's many "Taobao" villages.
Police in Philadelphia say a man used a banana he swiped from a convenience store counter to simulate a gun while he robbed the place.
A former civilian defense contractor working at the U.S. military's Pacific headquarters was sentenced to seven years and three months in prison on Wednesday for divulging military secrets to his Chinese girlfriend and keeping classified documents at his Honolulu home.
Traders are eyeing Alibaba and Scotland's independence vote, but analysts said the Fed's dovishness statement could be more important.
For the first time in years, the power structure is remarkably solid and drama-free.
But the NYC mayor says that officials are taking potential threats "very, very seriously."
Cramer spent Wednesday sifting through the Fed statement and the comments made by Fed chief Janet Yellen.
If the NFL doesn't want to lose sponsors, it must act soon, Anheuser-Busch's former head of sports marketing said.
Air Force officials say they're changing their policy on enlistment oaths and will allow airmen to omit the words "so help me God" if they choose.
An arrest warrant issued for the South Carolina father who authorities say killed his five children says the father thought his children were going to "kill him, chop him up and feed him to the dogs." The warrant obtained Wednesday by WIS-TV and WLTX-TV said Timothy Ray Jones Jr. ordered his children, ages 1 to 8, out of his vehicle at a Lexington Walmart on Aug. 28.
"The [Senate] Democrats do a lot more than we do in this regard," says a source.