Hurricane Sandy Cases Center On 'Secretly' Altered Report
February 17 2015 2:45 PM EST
How one couple's Hurricane Sandy insurance lawsuit opened the floodgates to allegations of fraudulent damage reports.
Anti-Union Workers Form Union At VW Factory
February 17 2015 2:22 PM EST
At its plant in Chattanooga, Volkswagen will recognize the American Council of Employees, a group of workers opposed to the UAW.
In Cuba, Senators See Path For End To US Embargo
February 17 2015 1:20 PM EST
Republican and Democratic senators have introduced two separate bills to lift travel restrictions on Americans going to Cuba and to repeal the 53-year-old embargo.
The National Park Service Unveils Map Of Sounds In US
February 17 2015 12:44 PM EST
Excessive noise impacts both wildlife and visitors -- now, the National Park Service can see it more clearly than ever.
Student Loans Hit A Record $1.16 Trillion In 2014
February 17 2015 12:35 PM EST
The New York Fed said Tuesday that more students and auto borrowers fell behind in payments in the fourth quarter of 2014.
US Stocks Drop As Greek Bailout Deadline Looms
February 17 2015 11:26 AM EST
Greece's government said a deal with eurozone finance ministers remains "totally feasible" but will not accept ultimatums.
'Abenomics' To Face More Challenges In 2015
February 16 2015 7:36 PM EST
A specific weakness within Japan's economy is preventing it from growing faster than it is.
Canadian Railroad Strike Ends After One Day
February 16 2015 4:49 PM EST
With Parliament considering back-to-work legislation, Teamsters Canada has agreed to end its strike.
New York City Faces Bus Slowdown
February 16 2015 3:35 PM EST
After the arrests of two New York City bus drivers, Transport Workers Union Local 100 is calling on bus operators to be especially cautious.
Gas Prices On The Rise Again
February 16 2015 2:32 PM EST
Even so, drivers should still expect to pay 80 cents to $1 less per gallon of regular than this time last year, analysts say.
As Deadline Looms, Greece Says No To Bailout Extension
February 16 2015 2:16 PM EST
Time is running out as Greece's bailout program ends on Feb. 28, igniting fears of a possible Greek exit from the eurozone.
Why Greece Is Renegotiating $270B Bailout Package
February 16 2015 12:26 PM EST
Greece’s Finance Minister is meeting with Eurogroup finance ministers in Brussels Monday to renegotiate the country's bailout package.
American Scientists Eager To Debate Politics
February 16 2015 11:16 AM EST
The vast majority of scientists want to engage in policy debates.
Will Japan Bounce Back In 2015 After Falling Into Recession?
February 15 2015 3:58 PM EST
The health of the world’s third largest economy will be revealed Sunday evening after Japan unexpectedly fell into recession in the third quarter.
FAA Issues Rules For Domestic Use Of Drones
February 15 2015 12:46 PM EST
The rules were criticized by the American Civil Liberties Union, which said they fall short of fully protecting against government intrusion.
Shining A Light On Solar Thermal Power
February 14 2015 1:42 PM EST
The nation’s newest solar thermal power plant prepares to come on-line as support for the technology has waned.
US Stocks Cap Record-Breaking Week
February 13 2015 8:01 PM EST
The S&P 500 hit a record high as oil prices topped $60 a barrel, and the Nasdaq closed at its highest level in nearly 15 years.
Obstacles To Office Romance
February 13 2015 12:20 PM EST
Office romances are common — and, increasingly, so are company restrictions.
Closing Tax Gap Would Reap $200 Billion A Year
February 13 2015 10:17 AM EST
By one analysis, if the rich paid the same state and local tax rates as the middle class, states and cities would have billions more to invest.
Dow Climbs Above 18,000 Milestone
February 13 2015 10:10 AM EST
The Dow topped the psychologically important 18,000 milestone on Friday after oil prices rose above $60 a barrel for the first time in 2015.