Fallout from the Swiss National Bank continues to haunt the euro, bringing the currency down to new lows.
A woman sentenced to more than 200 years in prison as part of a family sex ring isn't saying whether she knows anything about the whereabouts of a victim whose disappearance helped break open the case.
The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis filed for bankruptcy protection on Friday, saying it's the best way for the church to get as many resources as possible to victims of clergy sexual abuse.
CNBC's Jim Cramer said on Friday that Intel's CEO, Brian Krzanich is "reinventing the company before our eyes."
Marilyn B. Tavenner, the administrator of the federal Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, helped preside over the rollout of sweeping changes in the nation’s health care system.
Wet Seal filed for bankruptcy protection late, a week after the struggling apparel retailer laid off 3,700 employees and closed 338 stores.
Indianapolis Colts backup linebacker Josh McNary has been charged with felony rape, a spokeswoman for the Marion County, Indiana, Prosecutor's Office said Wednesday.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is a floating holiday at Intel, but that may change next year, CEO Brian Krzanich says.
Authorities are working to determine whether the body of a newborn boy that was found at a suburban Detroit recycling center is that of a missing Lansing-area baby.
A woman who's among three people charged in a deadly Indianapolis house explosion has reached a plea agreement with prosecutors.
POLITICO Magazine's Glenn Thrush sits down with Pulitzer Prize winning political cartoonist Matt Wuerker for a conversation on why this particular form of journalism can incite outrage.
A woman and her son have pleaded no contest to child abuse, five months after a malnourished 11-year-old boy was found wandering along a road in southwestern Michigan.
A 36-year-old woman convicted of a hate crime hoax in Lincoln hasn't shown up for jail time that she was required to serve because she didn't meet the conditions of her probation.
Consumers kicked off 2015 feeling very upbeat about the economy, with the sentiment index hitting its best level since 2004.
The first congressional delegation will visit Cuba since Obama's December diplomatic shift.
U.S. Sen. John Thune of South Dakota says the Air Force has approved a proposal to establish an enormous bomber training area over the Northern Plains.
The Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis has filed for bankruptcy, saying it's is the best way to fairly get as many resources as possible to victims of alleged clergy sexual abuse.
Amazon's tax arrangement in Luxembourg may have run foul of EU rules, regulators said.
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