McKinsey believes massive sums of capital will be needed to keep up with GDP growth.
It may come as a surprise that floppy disks are still manufactured. But it’s perhaps more surprising The Federal Register still uses them to receive official submissions.
He resigns after it is learned he has worked since 2010 for a Chinese technology company.
He's told the Afghan security deal will be timely.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel landed in Kabul, Afghanistan Saturday in an unannounced visit to thank troops for their service and commend the Afghan National Security Forces for the progress made this past year.
Renee Ellmers focuses on how she said Obamacare is hurting families.
Brian Sandoval says as long as Obamacare is the law, its his job to make it work for Nevadans.
Gov. Steve Beshear is a kind of ambassador for the controversial law.
Despite a hefty schooling cost, American students are pretty mediocre.
Carl Icahn wants Apple to spend $50 billion to buy back shares, which equals 250 acquisitions at the $200 million level.
President Jacob Zuma said Mandela would be buried on December 15 at his ancestral home in the Eastern Cape.
Exactly 72 years ago today, Japan launched more than 350 fighters, bombers, and torpedo planes against the U.S. naval base in Hawaii — a "date which will live in infamy," in the words of President Franklin Roosevelt. In fact, that Sunday morning is so seared into America's memory that the tumult of the weeks and months afterward is often overlooked. Here, on the 72nd anniversary of Pearl Harbor, LIFE.com presents rare and unpublished photos from Hawaii and the mainland, chronicling a nation's answer to an unprecedented act of war. More unseen photos of Pearl Harbor.
Randi Kaye speaks to a man who was wrongfully sent to death row when prosecutors withheld crucial evidence in his case.
It's turned travel into a nightmare, left regions freezing in bone-chilling darkness, and made snow over the neon lights of Las Vegas a possibility.
North Korea freed an 85-year-old retired American soldier on Saturday.
About 3,000 people are expected to gather at Pearl Harbor on Saturday to commemorate the anniversary of the 1941 Japanese attack that launched the U.S. into World War II.
A New York-built American fighter that's one of the few remaining still-airworthy planes to survive the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor is being donated to a Massachusetts-based organization that flies World War II aircraft at living history events across the nation.
About 3,000 people are expected to gather at Pearl Harbor to commemorate the anniversary of the 1941 Japanese attack that launched the U.S. into World War II.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s visit came just after North Korea’s leader, Kim Jong-un, apparently carried out a purge that stripped his uncle of power.
Phil Schiliro, the president’s former chief congressional lobbyist, will be returning to the White House for a brief stint to help protect the law from legislative attacks and quiet dissent.