There’s nothing irrational about Donald Trump’s appeal to the white working class, writes Charles Murray: They have every reason to be frustrated with the raw deal they’ve received in recent decades.
Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders will meet for their sixth debate on Thursday night in Milwaukee, in a contest set to be carried on PBS and CNN at 9 p.m.
After most health insurers racked up financial losses on Affordable Care Act plans in 2014, many companies’ results for last year worsened, creating heavy pressure to improve performance this year.
Global stocks staged a partial recovery as investors bought up recently hit banking shares in Europe, while Asian markets continued to fall.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen heads to Capitol Hill on Wednesday and Thursday for two days of congressional testimony.
Hedge funds are betting the next bond sector to crack will be the $4.5 trillion market for the safest U.S. corporate debt. Some see evidence of problems that won’t be confined to areas such as energy and junk bonds.
Global stocks fell, reversing early gains, as a brief rally in oil prices faded.
Von Miller’s strip sack helps give Broncos a 13-7 lead at halftime over favored Carolina Panthers
Donald Trump leads the crowded GOP presidential field by double digits in the final days leading up to New Hampshire’s primary Tuesday, according to the latest Monmouth University Poll released on Sunday.
Several buildings in the southern city of Tainan collapsed, leaving an unknown number of casualties.
A rally in energy and banking shares lifted European markets and U.S. futures, even as Japan’s main index fell to its lowest level in more than a year as it caught up with a sharp selloff in the previous session.
Markets around the world are selling hard on Thursday, a day after U.S. stocks rose but faltered on the back of Congressional testimony from Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen. MoneyBeat live blogs the markets.
Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen flagged risks to the economic outlook that could delay the central bank’s plans for raising short-term interest rates, in prepared remarks for her semiannual testimony to Congress.
An advisory panel to the FDA voted to recommend the agency approve the sale of a knockoff version of J&J’s arthritis drug Remicade, which had U.S. sales of $4.45 billion last year.
Global investors remained cautious after recent turmoil in financial markets rippled across Asia.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign strategists foresee possible losses ahead, not just on Tuesday in New Hampshire, where they are bracing for a double-digit defeat, but in caucus states such as Minnesota and Colorado.
Wade Phillips was out of work last year, now he’s the coach behind one of the Super Bowl’s greatest defensive efforts.
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Boko Haram, al-Shabaab and other ruthless groups threaten to turn the continent into global jihad’s deadliest front.
The S&P 500 was on track for its biggest weekly decline since the start of the year, with technology shares posting particularly sharp losses.
Mets reliever Jenrry Mejia becomes the first major leaguer to be banned for life under new PED policy after failing a third drug test.
Global stocks staged a sharp retreat as a cautious tone from the Federal Reserve and a fresh fall in oil prices fueled anxiety about the health of the world economy.
Twitter is scheduled to report fourth-quarter results after the market closes on Wednesday, with expectations for sharply higher revenue but flat profit. User growth will be a key question.
For the crowded primary field of nine Republican candidates and two Democratic candidates, beating the expectations can be almost as beneficial as winning. Here is where each candidate has to place in the New Hampshire primary to match or beat expectations.
Here is where each candidate has to place in the New Hampshire primary to match or beat expectations.
After a tough end to 2015, big companies are starting the new year with a tight rein on capital spending, and in some cases layoffs, seeking to cope with sluggish industrial demand and uncertainties about the American consumer.
Super Bowl ads had a lighter tone this year, a marked departure from 2015 when experts said too many companies aired overly emotional or heavy spots.
The pharmaceutical industry is ramping up an advertising campaign designed to improve its reputation with lawmakers as it lobbies against any effort to rein in prescription costs.
The Panthers and Broncos are packed with freakishly versatile athletes like Cam Newton and Von Miller rather than the specialized role players of old.
The U.S. job market strengthened in 2015, posting its second-best year of job gains since 1999. Friday’s jobs report will reveal whether that momentum carried into 2016.