The party launched a program earlier this year to place more women in Republican campaigns.
A recent study, by the conservative American Enterprise Institute, showed that female White House staff members make on average 88 cents for every dollar a male staff member earns.
A check of more than a dozen General Motors dealerships by NBC News on Monday revealed that no fixing of the vehicle ignition problem has begun.
"If you love someone and you want to marry them, marry them," the former GOP senator says.
The company abandons security patches for old operating system, leaving hackers to go wild.
The deaths of three students this semester at George Washington University underscore the difficulties colleges face in recognizing and addressing mental health issues.
The Federal Reserve granted two more years to banks to comply with the Volcker rule
The Federal Reserve is giving U.S. banks two more years to ensure their holdings of certain complex and risky securities don't put them afoul of the new Volcker Rule.
The MSNBC host responds, saying he was a "victim" and was never told he was an informant.
The segment features a clip of Hitler being told that a doctor of his choice is out of his network.
Citigroup Inc said it would pay $1.12 billion to settle legacy securities and incur a related charge of $100 million in the first quarter.
It started as something they did in between classes at university. But by the time Sun Zebo and Hu Jiaqi graduated in 2012, it became an obsession.
Unregulated scam artists cheat the poor of hard-earned refunds.
The president and CEO of The Associated Press says journalists around the world are "increasingly under attack" by people trying to influence and control the news.
A federal magistrate rules that sealing--but keeping--the data isn't enough to protect privacy.
Dems threaten to make it an election year issue.
Watch for a dead cat bounce in some former high-flying Internet and biotech names, but any rebound may be short-lived.
Dennis Gartman says to get out of stocks and ride out the pullback on the sidelines.
A man accused of eluding authorities for several years while burglarizing remote cabins across a wide swath of Utah has pleaded guilty to federal weapons charges.