Disappointing earnings reports from retail giants raised fears of a looming recession and as the Federal Reserve has sought to control inflation.
U.S. stocks plunged on news that the Federal Reserve would raise rates by half a point.
ESPN reported that Tom Brady would retire but the legendary quarterback has yet to make a formal announcement.
Despite the pandemic and fast-spreading Omicron variant, Sony Pictures' "Spider-Man: No Way Home" surpassed the $1 billion mark at the worldwide box office.
The former Senate majority leader and presidential nominee was a key figure for the Republican Party.
The Nasdaq closed lower on Tuesday as technology stocks dropped.
The presitigious soccer clubs parted ways with their most recognizable players.
Argentine soccer legend Lionel Messi set records at Barcelona that will likely never be broken.
Amid a booming labor market, employers are using incentives to lure potential workers.
The company's CEO said it has increased prices for menu items by about 4% to cover the costs of worker raises.
The tech giant made a concession to its rivals amid pressure from the EU.
The United States defeated Mexico in Denver, 3-2, in a match marred by poor fan behavior.
The most recent Gallup poll showed Biden with 54% approval ratings and 40% disapproval ratings.
It's been a volatile time for cryptocurrencies, with the price of Bitcoin and Ethereum plunging in recent days.
The coffee-chain giant had a proposal that included a nearly $2 million payout for chief executive Kevin Johnson.
Novavax found that the vaccine was only about 50% effective against the fast-spreading variant that is circulating in South Africa.
Donald Trump and Joe Biden are in a close battle for a key battleground state.
U.S. stocks plunged Friday as tech giants reported quarterly results that offered tepid outlooks for 2021, a spike in coronavirus cases and amid a tense political climate.
Two deals with foreign governments and computerized trading were two big reasons for the market meltdown of Oct. 19, 1987.
A letter from 765 economists warned against President Trump, offering 15 bullet points that rejected his administration.