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The FDA said the recall was classified as the most serious type, where there is a probability of serious health problems or death.
Many teens say social cachet involves waving the latest hand-held technology not wearing the latest fashions, the NYT reports.
JPMorgan is investigating a possible cyberattack amid reports that Russian hackers attacked U.S. banks this month.
Atlanta is seeing more foreclosure auctions, accounting for more than 3 percent of home sales in July.
To be sure, it's been a long slog back from the Great Recession, and the recovery isn't about to break any historical records.
More than 19,000 midsize Suzuki Kizashi cars are affected by the recall, forced by spider infestations.
The U.S. jobless queue shortened again last week, as the economy expanded by more than Wall Street expected.
The trials will start at the NIH in Maryland. A vaccine is "the first step in a long process," Dr. Anthony Fauci says. NBC reports.
When it comes to retirement planning and making savings a priority, we are truly a nation of procrastinators.
A New England supermarket chain has announced that the former CEO will buy a majority stake in the business.
Dollar General said it remained committed to acquiring rival Family Dollar and reported a 7.5 percent rise in quarterly sales.
Samsung has launched its Gear S smartwatch just days ahead of Apple's expected iWatch launch.
Stock holdings, family businesses and real estate have left these lawmakers flush with cash.
Americans are more anxious about the economy now than they were right after the Great Recession ended, a new survey showed.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is set to visit China in late September as the Chinese government conducts an antitrust probe.
BP said its largest U.S. refinery, at Whiting, Indiana, continued to operate on Thursday morning following a blaze the night before.
Powerful storms in the Atlantic and the Pacific were kicking up dangerous surfs and rip currents, closing beaches and ports.
Twitter's 'number two' head honcho told CNBC he was not concerned about the number of its users who were choosing not to 'tweet.'
A coalition of government watchdog groups is urging states to stand firm against Tesla Motors' demand for millions of dollars in incentives to win its so-called "Gigafactory".