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President Obama is considering airstrikes or airdrops to address a humanitarian crisis among religious minorities in Iraq.
After imports of food from the U.S., EU, Australia, Canada and Norway were banned, Russian supermarkets are going to have to find substitutes fast.
Thursday marked another day and another data point that at least on its face showed the Fed has incentive to start raising rates.
Many U.S. families feel they are under economic stress in the aftershock of the Great Recession, a Federal Reserve report says.
The U.S. Geological Survey reports a magnitude 4.3 earthquake has rattled Hawaii's Big Island, as two hurricanes rumbled toward the islands.
The way Congress sees it, higher profits will generate higher corporate tax bills, which will help pay to fix crumbling highways.
Argentina said in its application the United States had "committed violations of Argentine sovereignty and immunities."
Struggling to snag a dinner reservation in the Hamptons this weekend? Fret not! Uber is here to help.
Regulatory filings show that quarterback Johnny Manziel is set to receive warrants to purchase stock with his latest endorsement.
Social media is a great way to connect and each social media site has its own level of privacy.
California's drought has dried up water supplies and imposed restrictions. Yet bottled water is still being produced there.
It is wrong to call the Export-Import Bank a subsidy for US business, says the chief economist for the National Association of Manufacturers.
The algorithm Google designed to rid the Internet of spammy links is proving difficult, if not impossible, to control.
Officials also discovered the bugs in two crew locker rooms in Astoria, an MTA spokesman said.
A company that performs background checks for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security said it was the victim of a cyber attack.
General Motors will show the next-generation of its slow-selling Chevrolet Volt hybrid electric car in January.
Vizio is recalling 245K TVs due to an ineffective stand that causes the TV to tip, posing a risk of impact injury.
HealthCare.gov won't disclose some key details of Obamacare, including how many people have paid and insurer market share.
Google IS scanning your mail—and you've already agreed to it.But it doesn't apply to EVERYTHING, says former assistant US attorney Mitchell Epner.
The U.S. Army has made strides in technology that would allow soldiers to print food with custom ingredients and nutrients.