David Rubenstein asks no questions about the former secretary of state's views on the nuclear deal.
U.S. and European officials told CNBC there was still a chance of a WTO deal, despite India's refusal to budge on its food security policies.
Citibank, Bank of America and JPMorgan Chase missed goals that aimed to eliminate mistakes, misinformation and lengthy delays from the process of granting loan modifications.
Building on better news about the Affordable Care Act’s website, President Obama and congressional Democrats have put a new strategy into effect, spreading the word about the law’s benefits.
Marjorie Margolies's son married Chelsea Clinton. Is that enough to fuel her political comeback?
If no pension deal can be reached by November of next year, when the city will draft its next budget, Chicago will either have to raise taxes or cut services or some combination of both.
Authorities at a North Carolina university say no students or university staff were involved in a shooting near the entrance to the school.
The hard-fought deal, which includes higher state contributions to the system, could be a template for agreements elsewhere.
Opinion: The president's health reform has succeeded only in lowering our expectations.
Repeated strikes against fast-food restaurants have called for a sharp minimum-wage increase, to $15 an hour, but the side effects of such an jump on prices and employment are unclear.
A judge’s decision that benefits could be reduced in a bankruptcy proceeding has recast the landscape for pensions and given distressed cities leverage to backtrack on their promises.
Opinion: Obama and his allies will be forced to defend their statements on health care in 2014.
A truck carrying "extremely dangerous" radioactive material was found Wednesday close to the place where it was stolen in Mexico. NBC reports.
A plan introduced in the City Council would legalize and regulate street food vendors, opening the door to the prospect of pork cheek street tacos.
Calls to 911 shortly after the start of the school massacre in Newtown, Conn., were released over the objections of local officials.
A Philadelphia teenager pleaded guilty in juvenile court to using his Twitter account to intimidate a crime victim.
A growing number of investors and home builders are turning new homes into rentals to fill in the blanks of unfinished subdivisions.
A state agency said the forestry division put the protection of property ahead of the safety of firefighters.
The Federal Trade Commission fears that what has become known as native advertising,” “paid links” or “sponsored content” can confuse consumers, even when the information is labeled advertising.
Unlike many of his predecessors, the president’s tastes lean toward the literary, in keeping with a man whose first memoir deeply explored issues of race and self.