Survivors and descendants of those killed when a container ship collided with a U.S. Navy destroyer off Japan’s coast are suing the ship’s Japanese operator
The U.S. stock market inched higher Monday, the latest nudge in its record-setting, six-week run, as markets wait for the next development in trade talks between the United States and China
Months after a storm, fire or other disaster has struck, small businesses that have lost revenue because of the devastation may be able to get low-cost government loans
Northern California is bracing for more power outages after Pacific Gas & Electric started notifying customers that it may turn off electricity Wednesday because of strong winds that could spark wildfires
U.S. stock indexes hung close to their record levels in afternoon trading on Monday, as markets wait for the next development in trade talks between the United States and China.
U.S. stocks moved lower in early trading Monday as investors assessed mixed signals from the latest round of trade negotiations between the U.S. and China
Stocks ended a wobbly day with tiny gains on Wall Street, enough to nudge major indexes to more record highs. The market started lower Monday as traders waited for clues about where trade talks between the U.S. and China were headed.
T-Mobile says its colorful CEO John Legere is stepping down next year, even as the wireless company’s long-running effort to merge with rival Sprint remains unfinished
The head of the Vatican’s financial watchdog agency is leaving his post after a raid by Vatican police on the agency’s offices jeopardized the Holy See’s international financial obligations and reputation
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is facing new questions about his relationship with an American businesswoman who allegedly received favors and public funds while Johnson was the mayor of London