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A truce in Gaza has collapsed after a barrage of rockets fired by Palestinian militants was met with fierce Israeli shelling.
The Times equated the ban on marijuana to 13 years of Prohibition in the U.S.
Security in the Libyan capital has deteriorated following two weeks of fighting.
The FHFA filed 18 lawsuits against banks in 2011 over about $200 billion in mortgage-backed securities that went sour.
It was not immediately clear if Hamas Islamists, who control the coastal enclave, were also willing to prolong the ceasefire.
If you get a recall notice in the mail, it will tell you just about everything you need to know, including these six things.
The New York Stock Exchange notified RadioShack on Friday that it is no longer compliant with its requirements.
Board representation could appear in a revised proposal, according to a report from Bloomberg.
As regulatory regimes go, oversight of broker-dealers is much stricter than it is for investment advisers.
Russia reacted angrily on Saturday to additional sanctions imposed by the European Union over Moscow's role in the Ukraine crisis.
The business of federal contracting can be extremely lucrative, even during recent years, when budgets were squeezed.
Here are some accessories to keep your smartphone conveniently handy, whether you're poolside or in your underwear.
Some limits to tablet sales have become apparent since Apple first carved out a new market between phones and laptops. The FT reports.
Personal data including text messages, contact lists and photos can be extracted from iPhones, Apple acknowledged this week.
The EU targets Russian security service chiefs, as a deal on the first economic sanctions against Russia is agreed.
A crush of big cap earnings and arguably the most important economic reports until September make for a busy week.
President Obama told Central American leaders that children crossing the U.S. border without claims to stay would be sent home.
Nerdom has become big business in the years since legions of costumed fans first descended on San Diego.
Wouldn't it be nice if, just for once, Obama defended American business instead of attacking it?, asks Larry Kudlow.
There's a reason people describe former Bear Stearns CEO Alan "Ace" Greenberg, who died Friday, as the "last of a breed."