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Top party officials meeting in San Diego are deeply skeptical of a third Romney run.
A fourth Navy official pleaded guilty on bribery charges for accepting free trips, meals and prostitutes from a contractor.
The night manager of a Drury Inn in St. Louis was shot to death during an early Thursday robbery attempt, one of the city's six homicides during a 12-hour span.
Dish Network and Fox News reached an agreement Thursday to put the news network back on the satellite-TV service, ending a three-week fight that had left 14 million subscribers unable to watch the channel.
By lionizing Charlie Hebdo, Europe is empowering Al Qaeda.
If you believe their stories, Bush was a mentor to Rubio. The truth is more complicated.
The church says there are journalistic lapses in a documentary by Alex Gibney and it will take out ads in newspapers to raise its concerns.
The ruling puts the potential fine at several billion dollars less than feared, and estimates the size of the worst offshore spill in U.S. history at 3.19 million barrels.
An enlightened society should be able to take the punch of satire and ridicule, even coarse satire and savage ridicule.
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer shares his opinion on the big time retailer after its announced moved away from Canada.
The president said he's prepared to veto hostile legislation, including an Iran sanctions package.
The Swiss central bank's move set off the potential for a range of plays, from commodities to global stocks and ETFs.
Military.com sends its congratulations to the 714 first lieutenants that have been selected for promotion to Air Force captain.
The multiyear losing streak by the video game industry finally came to an end in 2014, though any celebrations may be muted.
Do you really want the headache in Europe anyway? Jim Cramer stays domestic for investing.
The Muslim call to prayer will sound from a bell tower at North Carolina's Duke University -- but not everyone is considering the chant music to the ear.
BP will face fines for its Gulf of Mexico oil spill of up to $13.7 billion, less than a maximum hit of $17.6 billion.
Schlumberger Ltd, the world's No.1 oilfield services provider, said it will cut 9,000 jobs, or about 7 percent of its workforce.
When central bank "meddling" ends, something noisy and sudden happens, Jim Grant said.