Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 1:00pm
Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen cautioned Thursday that global economic pressures pose risks to the U.S. economy but said it's too soon to know whether those risks are severe enough to alter the Fed's interest-rate policies.
Matthew Brown and Dan Elliott, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 12:57pm
A probe of a mine waste accident in Colorado that fouled rivers in three states with arsenic, lead and other toxic substances has found further evidence that government workers knew a spill from the gold mine was possible, according to documents released Thursday by a U.S. House committee.
Donald Trump and Univision said Thursday they have resolved the lawsuit that the Republican presidential contender filed after the company decided last summer not to broadcast the Miss Universe and Miss USA pageants.
Menelaos Hadjicostis, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 12:30pm
Peace talks aimed at reunifying ethnically split Cyprus have made significant progress on how power will be shared with breakaway Turkish Cypriots and how the economy will function under a federation, the country's president said Thursday.
Michael Biesecker and Julie Bykowicz, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 11:52am
Protecting the privacy of law-abiding citizens from the government is a pillar of Ted Cruz's Republican presidential candidacy, but his campaign is testing the limits of siphoning personal data from supporters.
Jake Pearson, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 11:52am
A building owner and four others were arrested Thursday on manslaughter, negligent homicide and other charges in connection with a gas explosion last year that killed two people and leveled three Manhattan buildings.
Matti Huuhtanen, Associated Press | Posted Feb 11th - 12:01pm
Nokia Corp. saw fourth-quarter profit grow more than 50 percent to 498 million euros ($560 million) on a slight increase in sales, but the telecom networks company cautioned it would face some "market headwinds," especially in China.
A Brazilian Cabinet minister says the country's sewage treatment system "leaves much to be desired" and acknowledges a "strong link" between sanitation and the current outbreak of the mosquito-borne Zika virus.