Hill, who was suspended due to a second violation of the company's social media guidelines, confirmed to TMZ Sports that she will be back on Monday to co-host SportsCenter's 6PM show, SC6,
The stock market boom has raised expectations for Amazon and the four leaders of the Dow when they report earnings this week. Look to see if Boeing, McDonald's, Caterpillar and Visa can keep carrying the Dow to new heights.
The $32 million payout to Wiehl is far, far higher than any of the previously known settlements. Two sources confirmed the $32 million figure to CNN on condition of anonymity.
Project Loon, an outfit that began in Google's moonshot lab, says some balloons are currently providing limited service to certain areas of the island.
The wildfires scorching Northern California have burned down at least 34 marijuana farms, just as the state prepares to launch a legal recreational marijuana industry.
The number of uninsured Americans has risen to a three-year record of 12.3% after falling for years thanks in large part to Obamacare.
Tax revenue and spending both rose in fiscal year 2017, which ended last month. But spending growth outpaced revenue growth, according new numbers from the federal government.
A top executive at Vox Media was fired late Thursday following a public allegation of sexual misconduct.
House Speaker Paul Ryan broke a bit of tax news Friday when he said that House Republicans plan to propose a new top income tax rate for high earners.
There are plenty of cities in Canada that fit the bill -- if Amazon is comfortable leaving the U.S.
One year ago, Jeff Bezos's future seemed uncertain.
The deadly California wildfires are continuing to take a toll on marijuana industry, with dozens of cannabis farms destroyed.
One of America's iconic companies is in deeper trouble than we realized.
An overheating laptop battery could cause a significant fire in a cargo hold and even "lead to the loss of the aircraft," a report says.
Since President Trump's election, the Dow has spiked more than 4,600 points, or about 25%. The S&P 500 has added $2 trillion in value.
The race to become President Donald Trump's pick for the top job at Federal Reserve is intensifying, and no one has won over Washington -- and Wall Street -- quite like Kevin Warsh.
Brexit negotiations are increasingly being dictated by one key factor: The clock.
Catalonia's independence referendum has had a chilling effect on tourism in Barcelona and the surrounding area.
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The last vehicle made by GM's Holden unit rolled off a production line in Australia on Friday, bringing decades of car manufacturing in the country to an end.
The country's labor department said firms must let employees take a five-minute "standing break" every two hours.
Japanese billionaire Masayoshi Son says his Saudi-backed $100 billion Vision Fund just isn't enough.
GE in the spotlight; Japan election; May in Brussels
Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is betting Japan's economy is in good enough shape to help him win a national election. But he's struggled to tackle its biggest problems.
South Korea is set to power up its nuclear industry again after a government panel recommended restarting work on two reactors.
The Television Academy could soon become the latest Hollywood organization to distance itself from Harvey Weinstein.
Chris Savino, creator of 'The Loud House,' has been fired after allegations of sexual harassment surfaced.
Once the Vermont store is completed in 2018, Target will have a location in every U.S. state.
In the race to win Amazon's second home, Seattle's airports tell a story of what some cities may have to gain (and maybe lose) from the retail and tech giant's arrival.
Robin Hood stole from the rich to give to the poor. Or so the folk tale goes.