U.S. government agencies that had largely shuttered operations for five weeks during a budget standoff said they were moving swiftly to resume operations and compensate employees for missed paychecks.
The Federal Reserve will meet this week to talk monetary policy. That has drawn the ire of major critic Dr. Ron Paul.
The administration sees fifth generation, or 5G, network, as part of a new arms race where the winner would gain an economic, intelligence and military edge for much of this century, according to the New York Times.
Samsung announced in a statement on Sunday that it will be using eco-friendly materials to replace plastic packaging materials.
The U.S. Treasury Department said on Sunday it lifted sanctions imposed on aluminum firm US Rusal plc, En+ Group plc and JSC EuroSibEnergo, three companies linked to Russian oligarch Oleg Deripaska.
When pundits scratch their beards as to why bank stocks have done so poorly for 18 months, they may consider what investors know. That is that one invests in companies with positive outlooks for the future.
Former CEO of Starbucks Howard Schultz said he is considering a bid for the 2020 presidential election as an independent.
With winter still upon us, now may be the perfect time to start planning a spring break trip. And if you're looking for savings, it's not only important to think about where you want to go, but when to book that ticket.
U.S. and Taliban negotiators expressed optimism about the prospects for a negotiated settlement of the 17-year Afghan war after six days of face-to-face talks in Qatar, but they cautioned about the challenges that lay ahead.
A broad coalition of business groups is pledging to hire workers with criminal backgrounds in the wake of a new federal law aimed at reducing incarcerations.