Mortgage rates fell this week, with the 15-year fixed rate hitting yet another record low, amid news of weak job growth during the month of March.
Police say a novelty or inert grenade was responsible for the evacuation of a Manhattan skyscraper across the street from the former World Trade Center, the site of the September 11, 2001, terror attacks.
Jury selection begins in a Greensboro, North Carolina, federal courtroom Thursday in the trial of 2008 Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards.
House Republicans released new documentation Thursday designed to undercut administration claims that the cost of past General Services Administration conferences increased at a far greater rate under President George W. Bush than under President Barack Obama.
House Republicans released new information exposing excess spending by the General Services Administration beyond the now infamous 2010 Las Vegas convention.
Florida Rep. Allen West's controversial comments have once again landed him in the headlines -- this time with the sort of accusation not seen in Congress since the 1950s.
Gven their long campaign mudslinging, Wednesday night's debate between Indiana Sen. Dick Lugar and State Treasurer Richard Mourdock could have devolved into a bruising political smackdown. It didn't.
The number of people filing for unemployment benefits rose to 380,000 last week, another hiccup for the labor market following last week's disappointing monthly jobs report.
Morgan Stanley's former CEO isn't easing into retirement. John Mack has shifted his allegiance somewhat, joining companies that could steal business away from big Wall Street firms.
A lot gets lost in the rhetoric about the Buffett Rule, which would impose a minimum 30% tax on millionaires.
A federal-state program aimed at helping homeowners in states hardest hit by the mortgage crisis is falling far short of its goals, a federal watchdog said in a report released Thursday.
Investors want to see something new from banks this earnings season: growth.