The fortunes of the cannabis industry have been have whiplashed in recent months. But a possible political breakthrough could help legitimize the entire industry.
The Commerce Department released a statement saying it's begun investigating whether auto imports pose a national security threat.
Comcast is preparing a rival offer for the entertainment properties that 21st Century Fox has agreed to sell to Disney.
It's worrying "how rapidly we have forgotten" the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis, financial journalist Diana Henriques says following a House vote to undo part of the banking regulations.
One of the largest health insurers in the nation is getting more pushback from doctors for resisting paying for what it sees as avoidable visits to the ER.
According to a new analysis from the loan comparison website LendingTree.com, by the end of this year, our debt could reach a record $4 trillion.
Starbucks will conduct racial-bias training for all its employees later this month. Some other businesses are following suit.
Companies like Facebook and Google, with access to enormous amounts of user information, make billions every year turning that data into ads.
The $867 billion farm bill would have tightened work requirements on food stamp recipients and overhauled federal agricultural policy.
The CBS board of directors meets Thursday, after controlling shareholder Shari Redstone changed board rules to maintain power.
Monday's Supreme Court ruling to strike down a federal ban on sports gambling means that states are now able to legalize it.
A General Motors plant in Lordstown, Ohio, is preparing to lay off workers and reduce shifts starting next month. Here & Now's Jeremy Hobson speaks with Lordstown Mayor Arno Hill.
Agence France-Presse reports that China's government will give $500 million in loans for construction of an Indonesian resort with a Trump-branded golf course and hotel.
The city council voted unanimously Monday to pass a new corporate head tax aimed at addressing Seattle's problems with homelessness.
The court ruled Monday in favor of New Jersey on a federal law that had banned live betting on sports events outside of the state of Nevada.
The United States Postal Service announced on Friday that it lost $1.3 billion in the second quarter of the year, more than double its losses at this time last year.
President Trump vowed to work with Chinese President Xi to help the Chinese telecom company ZTE "get back into business."
Iran's currency took a dive to its lowest level ever against the U.S. dollar, according to Reuters, following President Trump's announcement that the U.S. will leave the Iran nuclear deal.
The clothing brand has many fans of its patterned leggings and geometrically designed dresses, which are sold by women out of their homes.
A New Orleans news site reported Entergy paid actors to attend — and in some cases speak at — public hearings to support a proposed $210 million power plant in...