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A new poll shows 51 percent of Americans believe the interrogation tactics used after 9/11 were "acceptable."
The ruble's dramatic fall may have triggered memories of 1998 for some, but Art Cashin isn't sold on the comparison.
Russians hurried to change their currency and stock up on durable goods amid the ruble's collapse. Financial Times reports.
Southwest Securities' Mark Grant predicts a Dow drop to 15,200 in 2015 and 10 year yields as low as 1.50 percent.
The overnight decision by the Russian central bank to raise rates came too late, RIA Novosti cited Economy Minister Alexei Ulyukayev as saying.
Except for some final votes in the Senate, the 113th Congress is history. NBC News reports.
Gasping for air, RadioShack on Tuesday said that it has tapped advisory firm FTI Consulting.
Online foreign exchange broker FXCM said it was ceasing ruble trade and expected major liquidity providers to stop pricing the Russian currency.
Emergency measures by the Russian central bank Monday night looked to have fallen short within hours of their announcement.
Dozens more companies have begun to adopt Apple's mobile payments platform, The New York Times reports.
Coca-Cola is dropping its sponsorship of Fox's "American Idol" show after a partnership spanning 13 years, Variety reported.
Electronic cigarettes have surpassed traditional smoking in popularity among teens, an annual drug use survey found.
It's a parting shot at Wall Street by the Michigan Democrat, who is retiring next month.
French power business Alstom is expected to pay the U.S. near $700 million to settle a bribery probe, according to Dow Jones.
The malware turns infected Wordpress sites into attack platforms that target their visitors.
Lauren Bush Lauren, niece of former Florida governor Jeb Bush, said she would be very proud of her uncle if he did decide to run for President.
Lower oil prices are good for some countries and bad for others. In a few, things could get ugly.
Jeb Bush is taking his most definitive step yet toward running for president.
HighTower's Elliot Weissbluth and David Pottruck say robo-advisors may bring new investors to financial-planning services.
The tech giants' favorite apps cover a wide area, including mobile photography, health and fitness, social and education.