Monday, December 22, 2014 As of 8:39 PM EST
Should BP pay a lower penalty for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill because oil prices are down? The company thinks so.
David O. Russell 'Abused' Amy Adams, Leaked Sony Emails Say
NASA’s Kepler Discovers New Exoplanet
Crude Hits $63 As Oil Firms Slash Projects
13 NFL Coaches On The Hot Seat
Will Marijuana Black Markets Still Thrive?
What If Pulling 'The Interview' Was The Right Decision?
Android Auto Could Mean Smartphone-Free Internet For Cars
The US Embargo On Cuba Goes Back To 1960
Florida Isn't Big Enough For Both Rubio And Bush
Google's Self-Driving Car Is Ready For The Road
Google's self-driving car, which lacks a steering wheel, will be tested on public roads in 2015, the company said.
How The Magnitude Of Oil’s Decline Will Rock Emerging Markets
The global decline in crude oil prices is beginning to reveal consequences around the globe — far beyond the Russian ruble crisis.
BP: Lower Oil Prices Should Lower Our Gulf Spill Fine
GM Develops Contingency Plans In Case Takata Recalls Widen
General Motors has developed contingency plans in case recalls of potentially lethal Takata-made air bag inflators widens.
Eyeing 2015 Election, Cameron Unveils New House-Buying Program
Conservatives are keen to show voters that the steady economic recovery they have presided over can, if sustained, lift living standards.
Delta Employee Accused Of Smuggling Guns Aboard Flight
A Delta Airlines baggage handler is facing federal charges that he helped put 18 firearms on a plane at Atlanta's airport.
McDonald's Disappointing Q2 Earnings Aren't Its Fault
That said, Q2 revenue was sluggish, at best, and Wall Street did not respond well.
Air China Signs Deal To Purchase 60 Boeing B737 Aircraft
The order comes four months after Boeing Co won an order for 80 737 planes from Singapore-based BOC Aviation.
WATCH: Costa Concordia Begins Her Final Journey
Two and a half years after she capsized off Italy’s Isola del Giglio, the Costa Concordia will finally be hauled off and sold for scraps.
Wage Protest Targets World's Fast Food Outlets [PHOTOS]
Labor rights advocates and union representatives are calling this the largest-ever strike to hit U.S. fast-food companies.
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