Gun maker Sturm Ruger says it cut 700 jobs, more than a quarter of its staff, due to
The Trump administration is seeking comments on how to require more able-bodied, working age adults without dependents to work for food stamps.
Three big companies are investigating allegations that prisoners in China made packaging bearing their brand names.
SpaceX on Thursday launched a rocket carrying three satellites from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California. The company confirmed that one satellite, Spain's PAZ, successfully made it into orbit.
The roaring American economy is likely to sink into a recession prior to President Trump's bid to get reelected in 2020.
News of the last-minute chaos emerged on Wednesday morning when Pamela Geller
Tim Chevalier, a former Google engineer, is accusing the company of firing him after he spoke out about repeated incidents of racism, sexism and harassment.
The opioid crisis is turning into a real problem for employers, who are having trouble finding workers in the midst of one of the tightest labor markets in decades.
The women on the U.S. hockey team started a boycott to get better pay and are now competing at the Olympics in a gold-medal match against Canada.
Conspiracy theories about a Florida school shooting survivor received prominent placement on Facebook and YouTube on Wednesday.
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Stolen trade secrets are poised to become a flash point as the United States weighs how to transform President Trump's tough talk on China into policy.
Canadian government-backed researchers are teaming up with India's vast IT industry to promote the technology behind bitcoin.
Talk of peak oil demand ? from one of the world's largest oil producers ? shows how the thinking in the energy market has been upended.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver talks about what it means to be a modern-day sports commissioner.
Olympians Adam Rippon and Gus Kenworthy came out as gay and endorsers have been drawn to their stories.
The world's largest camel farm in Dubai has launched an alternative infant formula. It's planning to export to other countries in the Gulf, and India.
The Trump administration proposed regulations Tuesday that will make it easier to obtain coverage through short-term health insurance plans by allowing insurers to sell policies that last just under a year.
Cybersecurity experts at FireEye expect "very aggressive" activity soon by a North Korean group of hackers who have been spying on South Korea's biggest multinationals.
Steel and aluminum tariffs might be good news for some U.S. mills and smelters. But it could hit other U.S. manufacturers who now depend on imports.
KFC has been forced to close hundreds of restaurants in the United Kingdom after a logistics snafu stopped chicken deliveries.
Ilmars Rim??vi?s, Latvia's representative on the European Central Bank committee that sets interest rates for countries using the euro, has been detained in a probe by anti-corruption investigators.
Adam Rippon, one of the first openly gay U.S. athletes to compete at the Olympics, has turned down a job as a correspondent for NBC at the Winter Games in South Korea.
Unfortunately, economic expansions don't last forever. Eventually, a recession comes along and ruins the party.
Several U.S. sponsors have ended partnerships with the Olympics at the national and international levels.
Burdened by an ongoing shortage of nurses, U.S. hospitals are snapping up healthcare workers from hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico.
It took 1,100 years, but a woman is finally following in the footsteps of Isaac Newton and taking charge of producing Britain's coins at the Royal Mint.
Idaho's governor last month said that insurers can sell plans that don't meet all of Obamacare's mandates. Blue Cross of Idaho plans to debut such policies soon.