Federal authorities say a Detroit-area postal employee accused of stealing as many as 2,000 pieces of mail said she did so out of boredom.
The 10th Mountain Division — the Army's first to be deployed to Afghanistan and the last to return — was welcomed home Monday at a ceremony at its base in far northern New York.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Monday: H&R Block, Verizon, United Airlines and more.
The energy's sector's loss is another's gain, with many standing to benefit from consumers having more cash during the holiday shopping season.
Warren Buffett has moved ahead of Mexico's Carlos Slim on the Forbes ranking of billionaires, thanks to big gains for Berkshire shares.
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The US filed a lawsuit accusing Deutsche Bank of tax fraud for engaging in a series of transactions designed to evade federal income taxes.
The Securities and Exchange Commission is pushing to suspend S&P from rating commercial mortgage bonds, according to a report.
South Korea is probing whether a Korean Air Lines executive caused a delay to expel a flight attendant over nut service.
New bank fees for some business deposits are a really bad idea, Kroll Bond Rating Agency's Chris Whalen said.
"This is a dark time and a really difficult time in education because there has become almost an obsession with testing."
Falling oil prices may be good news for consumers, but they're bad news for some bankers in the oil patch.
The International Longshore and Warehouse Union says any pileup is not the union's fault.
Southwest Airlines appears to be one of the biggest winners of oil's slide.
Some call for a gas tax hike but AEI's James Pethokoukis doesn't think that's the answer to the nation's infrastructure woes.
Two errors in a New York Times editorial have yet to be corrected.
Christmas season tipping survey reveals what people really do about tipping. Who gets what? Who gets snubbed—doormen or babysitters?
World oil prices slid to new five-year lows on Monday after a core OPEC member said crude will remain at $65 for several months.
One of the primary investing trends in the post-crisis market is breaking down, providing an opportunity.
As mobile apps become more popular, regulators have had trouble making sure firms don't collect kids' information.