The Leading Economic Index marched higher in November, suggesting the recovery continues to gain steam.
Raw chicken in a nationwide sampling carried a "superbug" germ, calling for stricter rules on use of medicines on livestock.
He says, "The politically correct crowd is tolerant of all viewpoints, except those they disagree with."
Mark Zuckerberg will sell 41.4 million Facebook shares worth about $2.3 billion to pay a tax bill.
Darden also reported a 41 percent fall in quarterly profit. Red Lobster reported a 4.5 percent fall in same-restaurant sales.
The frenzy over holiday shopping sales has retailers locked in a "battle on margins," J. Crew boss Mickey Drexler said.
"We're not saying the struggle against terrorism is over," an NSA advisory panel member says.
US home resales fell sharply in November to their lowest level in nearly a year, hurt by a rise in interest rates and ongoing price increases.
The government finally issues press credentials to the China-based reporters.
Art Cashin, UBS, reflects on yesterday's tumultuous market activity following the Fed's taper call, and discusses the long-term effects of the decision on the stock market.
Some people like Christmas. Some people love Christmas. And some people are so overcome by their love for the holiday season they decorate homes, gardens, even their vehicles in decorations so spectacular you have to worry about their energy bills.
The Harlem lawmaker and one of Congress's longest-serving figures will run for reelection in 2014.
There's a disconnect between modest economic growth and roaring stock market, Blackstone's CEO says.
The AFL-CIO president calls for the "restoration of collective bargaining" in the United States.
Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits rose to the highest level in nearly nine months.
Jermaine Shirley is being called a hero after catching twins that were dropped from a building that was on fire.
Investors hunting for bargains in southern Europe must proceed with caution to avoid crisis hot spots, experts say.
An iPhone in one hand and Blackberry in the other like a gunslinger in the Old West? Time to wean yourself off tech.
As Twitter builds out its business it must be careful to not change too much too fast, industry experts say.