Lawmakers are privately saying that the post-election work period will be completely uneventful.
Authorities have arrested a Southern California man they say stole the same Ferrari — twice.
The U.S. dollar has trumped most major currencies, not least the Japanese yen, whose recent slide is raising policymakers' eyebrows.
Apple has underperformed the tech sector and the S&P following every iPhone launch, Paul Hickey says.
He says that Republicans will match the White House's funding request for the crisis.
Cramer thinks investors may look back and remember this day as a day that was pivotal for the food industry.
Carl Icahn owns a 6.6 percent stake in the media company, according to public filings.
Nancy Pelosi is almost single handedly keeping House Democrats afloat.
A new NBC-WSJ poll shows concerns over national security have hurt President Obama but present him with an opportunity, too.
Wilcox County, Alabama, District Attorney Michael Jackson told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the father is suspected of killing the five children in South Carolina and dumping the bodies in Alabama.
Chad Taylor takes his case to the state Supreme Court after last week's decision.
"Lorne Michaels could be put in jail under this amendment," he says.
Typically Cramer doesn’t get excited by new product launches. But these products aren't typical.
Microsoft Corp is in serious discussions to buy Mojang AB, the Swedish company behind the popular "Minecraft" video game.
The business group launces a TV spot supporting the GOP Senate candidate in Iowa.
There are nearly 400 police departments where a predominantly white force serves in mostly minority towns, showing the difficulty, even where there is a will, in hiring more minorities.
Obama met with top Democratic and Republican leaders ahead of a speech on Wednesday evening to lay out his plan to fight ISIS.
A Massachusetts district attorney said he shared two defendants’ concern about the hazards of climate change.
South Carolina authorities are looking for five children who have been missing for a week and are believed to have been harmed.
The judge rules that Fox News can't stop a media monitoring service from indexing its content.