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Israeli leaders have been mulling whether to expand the assault against Hamas in Gaza, or respond to international calls for a truce.
After news of the monster dollar-store merger, here's the thing no one seems to be talking about, says retail analyst Brian Sozzi.
The U.S. will join the European Union in adding new economic sanctions on Russia for supporting separatists in Ukraine.
While a big court decision threatens billions in Obamacare subsidies, many who benefit from that money are unaware they even get it.
Why Apple could be turning from hardware to software as major revenue drivers.
Southwest Airlines has 30 days from the receipt of the FAA's civil penalty letter to respond to the allegations.
It seems few investors are getting behind Twitter's stock as the micro-blogging company readies to report earnings Tuesday.
Senior Fed officials seem to have slipped back into their pre-2008 ways, says Simon Johnson, a professor at MIT's Sloan school.
There is a good chance you've never heard of one list's No. 1 college in America. The NYT reports.
Slower growth in healthcare spending is shoring up the funding outlook for the federal Medicare program.
While Fed chair Janet Yellen may win monetary policy battles within the Fed, she still risks losing the economic war.
Activist investor Carl Icahn said he is hopeful more potential buyers will surface for Family Dollar.
Key Wall Street executives called for reform to maker-taker fees that could be distorting markets and increasing dark pool use.
The publisher of the "Gloom, Boom & Doom Report" expects the peak to be within the next month or two.
In the technology world, no question comes up more frequently these days than "Are we in a bubble?"
Grandparents have to balance their grandchildren's needs without jeopardizing their retirement savings. USA Today reports.
Activity in the U.S. services sector held at its highest level in 4-1/2 years in July, though new business and employment growth weakened.
A GOP takeover of the Senate seems probable, but good economic news could save the Democrats, Politico's Ben White says.
Contracts to buy previously owned U.S. homes confounded expectations in June casting a cloud over the housing market recovery.
Argentina will likely default on its debt for the third time in 28 years on Wednesday, which could cost U.S. hedge funds millions.