Oil is plunging while the dollar is surging. How companies will cope with both is an open question.
A police spokesman says a father who became distraught over his son's condition at a southeast Texas hospital and caused a standoff did have a gun and pointed it at a nurse.
A lawyer for a man suspected of stealing hundreds of dollars from the donation box at a New Jersey mosque says his client will turn himself in once he completes an out-of state rehab program.
Investigators were trying to determine how a synthetic drug made its way into holiday bread that sickened dozens of people in Southern California.
Older job seekers have it hard, facing hurdles—from pay cuts to ageism—that make finding and keeping work difficult.
"I don't believe that John Boehner is the best man for the job."
The lawyer for a Texas police officer fired for using a stun gun on a 76-year-old man during a traffic stop says there was "nothing unreasonable" about that level of force.
Millions marched in Paris in a defiant display against terrorism, the FT reported
A U.S. Army vet who found out he had terminal cancer after he fought the Veterans Affairs Department in Georgia for more than a year to get a cancer check-up has died.
Finance Park is a playground, of sorts, meant to give 8th graders a chance to be adults and make those basic budgeting decisions.
The dollar's spike may come back to hurt the U.S. economy.
Secretary of State John Kerry was in India on Sunday to set the stage for a visit by President Obama this month.
Pope Francis’ commitment to addressing poverty and income inequality is changing the conversation in Washington.