Raimondo, the state general treasurer, would become Rhode Island's first female governor.
Former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown has won the Republican nomination for Senate in New Hampshire. Could he help the GOP take the Senate?
And with many black women in service or government jobs, they are especially vulnerable to the sluggish U.S. economy.
The number of Americans who have exited the labor force is at a historic low.
Unemployment dipped but that was largely due to Americans leaving the labor force, a troubling sign for the state of the economy.
While it's hard to keep track of the clandestine militant group, experts say they've diversified their finances in recent years.
The number of Americans quitting their jobs to find a better one fell during the recession and has yet to recover completely — until now.
The employment-to-population (EPOP) ratio tells you more about the U.S. economic recovery than the "new jobs" numbers.
Weak U.S. data contributed to the bearish tone as jobless claims rose more than expected in the latest week.
Thursday morning's attack, which also injured a security official, reportedly lasted nearly five hours.
Few knew Nadine Gordimer's work better than Robert Boyers, the editor of a small literary magazine to which she would submit work ahead of the New Yorker and Harpers.
U.S. equity-price volatility could rise, thanks to the June jobs report and other market-moving data in a holiday-shortened trading week.
FIFPro's suggested alterations to FIFA's in-game concussion protocol are quite similar to that of a policy already in place in the NFL.
Ivan Reitman’s 1984 summer comedy is enduringly popular, but its all-original storyline wouldn’t pass go with today’s franchise-obsessed Hollywood producers.
For those in mental health and law enforcement, Elliott Rodger's killing spree is prompting discussions of how better to prevent such tragedies.
The Malaysian government today released some of the raw data it used to determine the whereabouts of the missing MH370.