Apple files a patent allowing computer commands with a wave of the hand.
After midterm elections in 1986 and 2006, the White House and Congress cooperated on bills to expand Medicare and the minimum wage. Now the parties in power are reversed.
Gold has extended gains to climb to its highest level since last October as copper has fallen further below $6,000, beyond five-year lows.
Family-owned businesses are the original mom-and-pops of Main Street, and they're feeling optimistic in the new year, according to new data.
A look back in history when thousands marched 54 miles from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, in protest of voting rights discrimination.
Apple may announce a $200 billion share buyback and dividend raise, an analyst said.
Toast, seaweed, incredibly dark chocolate—these are the flavors to watch this year in the grocery store aisle. USA Today reports.
The Russian economy is facing a crisis, and leaders will apparently respond by holding meetings, The Fiscal Times reports.
S&P is close to reaching a settlement with the U.S. Justice Dept. in its inflated ratings case, The New York Times reports.
Small business optimism jumped to its highest level in more than eight years, underscoring the economy's fundamentals despite slowing global growth.
The key conservative voice is hosting a briefing for lawmakers and aides on how Republicans can tackle reform.
Among the proposals to protect businesses and the government is a call for increased prosecution of crimes conducted through computer networks.
Fruit smoothie maker Jamba has settled a proxy fight, adding two new members to its board of directors.
Amazon Studios says it has signed Woody Allen to write and direct his first television series ever.
The administration thinks public fears about hackers can build momentum for reforms stalled in Congress.
As the world's richest retire, the next three decades will see the biggest wealth transfer in history.
Oil prices continued their dramatic slump as an oil minister from OPEC reiterated that the group would not be changing its production strategy.
According to IBM, there's a widening gap between how consumers say they prefer to shop and how they actually do.
Citigroup went from targeting 120 cities around the world to eyeing 100 cities with the greatest scale and potential.