After months of being beat up by the media about his "Bridgegate" scandal in New Jersey, Gov. Chris Christie is still standing. And there is even some evidence that he might finally be regaining ground.
Even as BlackRock is set to amass $1 trillion in exchange-traded fund assets, investors increasingly send money to low-cost leader Vanguard.
Brent crude oil may "spike" to $150 briefly Iraqi Conflict hits operations at the main southern oil fields, says Societe Generale.
Twenty-nine percent of those surveyed had confidence in Obama and 7 percent in Congress.
A 25-year-old hiker and a 61-year-old volunteer who tried to rescue him fell to their deaths late Saturday at a waterfall in western Washington state.
The mother of a toddler who died in an unattended SUV in suburban Atlanta told investigators she did online research on how hot it needs to be for a child to die in an unattended vehicle because she was afraid it might happen, police said.
Facebook manipulated the news feeds of over half a million users to change the number of positive and negative posts they saw. The NYTimes reports.
With market volatility at pre-crisis lows, there are concerns that complacency may herald a selloff.
Bosses who get a whiff of millennial job candidates may not like what they smell.
North Korea said that it would put on trial two detained American tourists for crimes against the state.
A U.S. Marine corporal who was declared a deserter twice has turned himself in to authorities and is on his way to Virginia.
A vendor accidentally shot a woman in the leg while demonstrating a gun and holster at a central Pennsylvania gun show, police said.
The Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 is scheduled to lift off Tuesday with the aim of getting better data on how carbon moves into and out of the atmosphere — a key to understanding climate change.
With the first six months of the year over, investors will be refreshing their portfolio strategies for the second half.
Not long after the security firm’s top manager in Iraq told a State Department investigator “that he could kill” him, an inquiry was abandoned. Weeks later, the firm’s guards killed 17 civilians in Iraq.
The big networks say they care about uncovering the truth. That's not what I saw.
Authorities have identified a set of bones as a Florida teenager who disappeared nearly 40 years ago -- and are now pleading for the public’s help to figure out what happened to her.
The director of the National Security Agency, Adm. Michael S. Rogers, described the steps the agency is taking to ensure that no one else can download the information taken by Edward J. Snowden, a former defense contractor.
Leaders fear the court could undo laws that would decimate union membership and finances.
The plan opened the door to greater use of telemedicine and could alleviate the doctor shortage, a growing problem as millions of people gain insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act.