Manufacturing Saw Best Monthly Performance In Six Years

The Kansas City Fed reported stellar manufacturing activity, but those results may be based more on expectations than reality.

Islamic State Takes Responsibility For London Attack

ISIS said the suspect was "executing the operation in response to calls to target citizens of coalition nations."

Trump's Immigration Policies Could Cause Food Prices To Surge

Donald Trump's hardliner stance on immigration disrupts an gently interconnected web of industries supplying food for America.

David Rockefeller, World's Oldest Billionaire, Dies At 101

The heir to the Standard Oil fortune, Rockefeller donated an estimated $2 billion to various institutions throughout his life.

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WikiLeaks Releases CIA Tools For Hacking Macs And iPhones

WikiLeaks released a number of Vault 7 documents Thursday that purport to show a number of the CIA's hacking tools for infecting Macs and iPhones.

Seeing Mega-Merger Approval, Anthem CEO Talks With Trump

The president talked by phone with the insurance giant's CEO after the company said it is relying on Trump to end regulators' antitrust lawsuit.

NASA Developing High-Speed Internet In Space

The space agency is working on a laser communications system that will allow for much faster connection speeds between spacecraft and ground stations.