The woman accused of throwing her 6-year-old autistic son off a bridge on the Oregon Coast has yet to enter a plea, and defense attorneys have indicated they want the court to determine if she is fit to stand trial.
A New York sheriff's deputy has been charged with harassment and official misconduct after a video posted on YouTube showed him cursing and apparently slapping a young man who had refused to let him search his car.
Cable stocks fell Monday after Obama asked for tougher Internet traffic rules, but Jim Cramer wouldn't sell.
A lot of parents have no idea what their adult children do for a living. LinkedIn offers one solution—bring them to work.
Credit card companies are boosting lending to people with dinged credit, though some are bracing for bad debts.
Is the smart money “buying high and selling higher?”
In a post-crisis M&A frenzy, some lesser-known institutions have increased assets by 7,000 percent or more.
Continental Resources CEO Harold Hamm must pay his wife nearly $1 billion as part of a divorce settlement, an Oklahoma judge ruled on Monday.
Here's what floor trader Kenny Polcari thinks are the key issues for the market—and where he thinks it will be at year end.
Retail traders dialed back their overall exposure to U.S. stocks in October, according TD Ameritrade data.
He joins Jon Huntsman as the group's honorary co-chairman.
McDonald's recalled about 2.3 million Hello Kitty toys in the U.S. and another 200K in Canada on Monday.
Plan to extend visas for Chinese students, businessmen and tourists will bosst jobs, USA Today reports.
Russia launched Sputnik, a new media outlet, which is intended to offer an alternative to Western news and lead its 'propaganda war.'
One West Village renter pays just $10 per month. His landlord is suing in court to challenge the bargain, reports the NY Post.
President Barack Obama said the FCC should reclassify consumer broadband service to be regulated more like a public utility.
The lame-duck session will determine the fate of so-called multi-employer pensions.
FireEye says a bug in Apple's iOS operating system for the iPad and iPhone makes most devices vulnerable to remote cyberattacks.
Alibaba has plenty of potential growth ahead of it, Pete Najarian says.
The administration's announcement didn't signal strong confidence in the law's immediate future.