Does a study finding an "unfair," rich-poor balance in state and local taxes offer an accurate picture of U.S. taxation?
The rout in crude oil prices is also punishing one of the world's wealthiest nations: Norway.
The IMF chief says it's "a bit surprising" the Swiss central bank didn't contact her ahead of its stunning monetary move.
Better jobs and higher rents are pushing more young Philadelphians to buy homes in the city's downtown.
Using home sales, prices, construction, mortgage delinquencies and millennial hiring, Trulia says housing is almost back.
The Swiss move to unpeg the franc proves the euro is like a bad, bad marriage, says Jake Novak. Here's what should happen next.
Target Corp said Thursday it would shut down its Canadian operations, ending long-term speculation over the viability of the struggling business.
Corning's Iris Glass could soon dominate flat-screen TVs, a JPMorgan analyst said
Three YouTube users will interview Obama after the State of the Union address.
The pope says one who makes fun of faith can expect a "punch."
Republicans want to restore a program called Secure Communities that led to deportations for immigrants arrested for minor offenses.
Scientists have developed a glucose monitor that is about as invasive as a rub-on tattoo.
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. called for improved tracking of the number of times law enforcement officers are shot at or fire their weapons, as part of a trust-building effort.
CNN chief international correspondent Christiane Amanpour challenged network president Jeff Zucker in front of CNN's global staff on Wednesday over his decision not to air images of the Prophet Muhammad, sources at the network told POLITICO.
Ray Kroc is the focus of a new movie looking at his role in catapulting McDonald's to the national stage.
The U.S. Air Force plans to apply a new acquisition strategy to a handful of weapons programs, from a new trainer aircraft to a battlefield intelligence system.
House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy outlines a strategy of dividing Democrats.
While the Canada pullout will initially cost Target, it should deliver a long-term benefit to TGT's U.S. business.
The US eased trade restrictions on Cuba, opening it to U.S. telecommunications, construction and financial services.