The plan has faced a "cool reception" from many major business groups worried about costs, according to the L.A. Times.
The Massachusetts senator will make her first visit to the late night show.
Investors have been banking on a decline in the popularity of golf, with stocks that have exposure to the sport seeing an increase in short interest.
The maker of Jack Daniel's whisky warned on Wednesday that "iconic American brands" are facing increased scrutiny in Russia.
The Louisiana governor alleges that the Education Department has violated federal law.
The Fed's low interest rates could bring a 50-60 percent market correction, technical analyst Abigail Doolittle tells CNBC.
A 9-year-old girl learning to fire a submachine gun accidentally killed her instructor at a shooting range when the weapon recoiled over her shoulder, Arizona authorities say.
Ten-year-old Noah Cordle kicked off his summer vacation by dipping his toes into the Atlantic Ocean, only to make an ancient discovery when a sharp object hit his foot.
Apple is believed to be launching it's new iPhone soon, and there have been no shortage of rumors as to what it will look like.
Picking an advisor is key for business owners. A misstep can be the difference between reaching financial goals and falling short.
Don't rely on the $1 million benchmark for retirement savings. You might need more—or maybe less.
Master of the S&P Howard Silverblatt explains how two groups are controlling the market right now.
Despite all that should be hurting gold, the precious metal has traded flat for the month. Is that a bullish sign?
A gadget that "helps you stop reclining seats on airplanes so your knees won't have to," was at the root of the disturbance. One passenger had a cup of water thrown in his face.
Time Warner Cable is experiencing multiple outages nationwide, the company said on Wednesday, but did not specify the nature of the problem.
Lawmakers are more concerned with other matters, judging by Congressional news releases this summer.
AT&T is merging its wireless and business divisions into a single unit led by Ralph de la Vega, former CEO of the company's wireless segment.
A small, American high-tech company built a $10 million prototype stealth ship to protect U.S. troops from terrorists. Why isn't the Pentagon buying it?
While mortgage rates have teetered within a tight range, even a slight drop in interest rates was enough to boost mortgage applications.