The mixed August employment report coupled with the recent stock market turmoil could mean the Fed will hold off on lifting interest rates.
But the not-so-good news for the U.S. economy is that the slight decline in unemployment to 5.1 percent reflects ongoing discouragement among job seekers.
The Fight for 15 protests have helped changed the national conversation on minimum wage, but low-wage workers are still waiting to reap the benefits.
Refugees in Hungary are on the run from trash-strewn camps after reportedly being tricked into being taken there by boarding trains promised for Austria.
The longtime anchor will host a personality-driven "SportsCenter" that could shake up how ESPN thinks about its flagship program.
Vice President Joe Biden said his family's ability to cope would be key to his decision to bid for the White House in 2016.
A little-known German company has launched its first-ever smartphone and rather than appeal to the budget end, it is going directly up against Apple and Samsung.
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