An effort is emerging to try to prevent lawyers and lobbyists from shutting down investigations or enlisting attorneys general as partners in litigation.
A total of seven men have been arrested in New York City for making threats to officers, in the week since two NYPD cops were shot execution style.
The day after Christmas, statistics from Amazon on its customers' holiday purchases reveal how much we procrastinate.
Investors should prepare for a pullback in January, Allianz' Kristina Hooper says.
Environmentalists say the EPA should have imposed stricter regulations on coal ash. The Fiscal Times reports.
U.S. stocks are edging higher in relatively quiet trading the day after Christmas.
The Twitter executive is not in the same class as other social media CEOs and does not understand product development, Bill George said.
Obama is ending the year, and his sixth year in office, on a high note.
Historian Douglas Brinkley says a showing of Sony's film in Austin helped keep the city weird -- and spotlighted the heroes who stood up for free expression
Hedge fund behemoth Bridgewater Associates is poised to grow even larger.
A computer programmer and a statistics lecturer picked winners in all 36 Senate races with 100 percent confidence the day before Election Day.
Police in Haverhill, Massachusetts are trying to find who’s responsible for stealing the baby Jesus from a nativity scene outside a local church, and replacing it with a real pig’s head.
Two people suspected in an armored vehicle heist in Texas have been arrested in Colorado.
Retailers are bracing for the surge of returns and the fraud that will eat away at their profits. NBC News reports.
The Cornell Tech MBA program in New York works to provide its students with both tech and business skills.
Another Atlantic City casino is in financial turmoil—the winning bid for Revel Casino backed out and the next-best wants a discount.
For those who want to step back in time this holiday season without sitting through "It's a Wonderful Life," there's an Illinois town where at least one experience is the same: Parking.
Three sectors have managed gains of more than 20 percent in 2014, while two others are lagging badly.
Underneath the euphoria of an improving job market, there's one nagging statistic and it reveals the real job killer, says Peter J. Tanous.