J.C. Penney shares rose more than 23 percent Thursday, putting it on pace for its best day in more than four decades.
4000-5000 pages to be posted online Friday, Archives says
Quibbles over amendments, spending and Iran sanctions sink the bill's chances.
Clothier Jos. A. Bank rejected the latest acquisition proposal from The Men's Wearhouse but asked to discuss a higher price that could seal a deal.
Camp wants to crack down on the child tax credit, which can be claimed by undocumented immigrants.
Richard Cordray, the head of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, urged banks to give people free access to their credit scores.
A Georgia man is facing charges in a crash that killed his newlywed wife as they drove back from their wedding reception.
The primary substitute for George Stephanopoulos will now anchor every other week.
The actor known for stoner roles says the Iowa senator "seemed pretty cool."
Three Philippine nationals caught in a sting operation in their native country have been sentenced in Los Angeles for importing military-grade weapons to the United States.
Art Cashin of UBS Financial Services explains how the stock market reacted to Fed chair Janet Yellen's Capitol Hill testimony.
Moderate Democrats in the Senate are needed to increase the minimum wage to $10.10 an hour.
A steady trickle of drilling is already boosting the economy in these southern states.
Support for two religious freedom bills is evaporating in the Georgia legislature after claims that they would allow discrimination
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Gap is reporting a drop in fourth-quarter profit on a 3 percent decline in revenue as the clothing retailer was forced to discount heavily.
The industry braces itself for an onslaught of changes that are expected to cost billions.
Frequent fliers who rack up airline points on the cheapest routes may soon have to figure out a new way to game the system.
Basketball great Magic Johnson thinks Jason Collins, the NBA's first openly gay player, is good for the league and gays alike.
After Joseph Romano was convicted of running a coin scam he plotted revenge against those who had locked him up.