Nine years after the collapse of the U.S. housing market sent shockwaves through the global economy, two big European banks have agreed to offer American homeowners and borrowers billions of dollars’ worth of help
Having no regrets comes down to reflection about who you are and where you want to go.
The U.S. Transportation Department says it assessed more than $15 million in civil penalties against the railroad industry this year for safety violations and other infractions, a slight increase over 2015
After California revoked Uber’s registrations, the company is sending some of its autonomous cars to the neighboring state.
Upscale fashion company Carolina Herrera is suing rival Oscar de la Renta and a star designer in a New York City breach-of-contract case
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A buying spree in the Midwest spurred new U.S. home sales last month to the fastest pace since July
“Why Him?” is yet another raunchy and ridiculous of Silicon Valley-types that the whole family can enjoy–as long as they’re allowed to watch R-rated movies.
US stocks inch higher in quiet trading ahead of the Christmas holiday
New research produces some bad news about how long awkward first encounters can linger.
The nation’s largest railroad has agreed to more thorough inspections and maintenance improvements after a fiery derailment and the discovery of more than 800 potential safety violations across its sprawling network
Staying balanced is the name of the game.
Passengers have begun disembarking from the hijacked Libyan aircraft in Malta
Advertising Age recognized these founders who came up with interesting and unusual innovations over the past year.
A judge has denied a motion to dismiss charges against a western New York teen accused of setting a fire that killed his friend earlier this year
We all fall down, but often a few simple words can be enough to motivate you to get back up.
A high-profile North Korean defector has told South Korean lawmakers the massive protests that led to the president’s impeachment still feels strange to him but he sees the demonstrations as the country’s strength
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Russian President Vladimir Putin says the nation’s economy is on the path to recovery
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Deutsche Bank said Friday it has agreed on a $7.2 billion settlement with the U.S. Justice Department over its dealings in mortgage-backed bonds _ risky securities that helped start the global financial crisis
With the looming Trump presidency, tech is now relying on grassroots efforts to continue its long-held tradition of socially progressive leadership.