Municipal distress and bankruptcy isn’t a local problem – it’s a national one
Elections to the European Parliament to be held May 22-25 will underscore the rifts that the financial crisis and Russia have sown inside the E.U.
Bad habits are coming home to roost as retirees cannot shake their biggest debt.
The owners of New England Compounding Pharmacy, responsible for a 2012 U.S. meningitis outbreak, will pay out $100 million in compensation to insurers and...
After trying to get his ex-wife investigated, man winds up under the scrutiny of the FBI himself
The company claims a loss of $473 million worth of the digital currency
The roadmap includes cuts to pensions and creditors to reduce the city’s $18 billion in debt
A tough problem to crack
(ORLANDO, Fla.) — Casey Anthony maintains that a baby sitter her attorney acknowledged was fabricated at her 2011 murder trial was a real person. Anthony was...
The visual-effects industry wants to keep jobs in the U.S.
Little Miss Lollipop, the all-time child star, dies at age 85. A look back at her extraordinary career
The explosion was likely an "isolated incident," authorities say
New rights for couples include inmate visitation and joint bankruptcy filing, among others
Freedom Industries owned facility where leaky tank spilled toxic agents
The Montreal-based bike sharing company Bixi is like something out of a right-wing nightmare. The firm is a government-owned entity, in Francophone Canada, that...
She probably wasn't good for it anyway, since she claims only $1,000 in assets
A federal judge's ruling clears the way for Detroit to proceed with the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history
Judge rules the city is eligible for Chapter 9 protection
American Airlines and U.S. Airways will merge, creating the world's largest airline
Forget candy, pretty sure Carter wants money right about now