As Uber has spent the year mired in constant turmoil, its rival Lyft is on a starkly different path.
The International Space Station is set to launch a baking experiment in 2018 in which they'll use specially-devised dough with a microgravity oven to create a palatable, but crumb-free bread.
The biggest names in global air travel have signed up for Boeing's enormous new 777X airliner. But nearly all of them are facing problems that could make it hard for them to go ahead with their purchases.
Famed hedge-fund billionaire Ray Dalio fears the world today looks an awful lot like it did before World War II.
When you're looking for a job -- obsessively scanning job boards, sending out applications -- and not hearing anything back, it can begin to feel like you're all alone.
For the first time, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Monday offered a specific month for when the government might come dangerously close to breaching its legal debt limit.
President Donald Trump promised to do a "big number" on the 2010 Dodd-Frank law that Congress and President Obama enacted after the financial crisis.
New teachers and state workers will no longer get a traditional pension in Pennsylvania.
About 717,338 pounds of Conagra brands spaghetti and meatball products, including Chef Boyardee, are being recalled, the US Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service says.
Senate Republicans have been working behind closed doors on health care for several weeks, and it's now close to do-or-die time if they want to get something done this summer. Here's the state of play:
Looking for work this summer? McDonald's may have a job for you.
Some 10.3 million people actually enrolled in Obamacare, as of mid-March, Trump administration officials said Monday. That's down from the 12.2 million who signed up for coverage when open enrollment ended on January 31.
The real-estate website Redfin has rounded up the 15 most affordable beach towns in the U.S., most with a media home price of less than $280,000.
Puerto Ricans voted overwhelmingly Sunday to become the 51st U.S. state, but there is no celebrating yet.
The state of Maryland and the District of Columbia are taking President Trump to court.
The story sounds like something out of a film noir brought to life.
So you're ready to take the leap from renter to homeowner -- but where exactly do you start?
One bad Apple was spoiling a whole bunch of tech stocks Monday.
Gymboree filed for bankruptcy protections, making it the latest casualty in a long line of troubled retailers.
Xbox fans already know what's on their holiday wish lists.
The boss of Qatar Airways has accused the U.S. of fanning the flames of a dispute between the country and its Gulf neighbors.
With James Comey's testimony in the rearview mirror, Congress looks toward trying to move forward this week on one of the more traditional aspects of their job -- budget hearings.
Toshiba's bankrupt nuclear unit left an uncertain future for two half-finished nuclear reactors in Georgia. But the company promised Saturday it will pour up to $3.68 billion into the project to finish it.
Jeff Immelt, who has led General Electric since 2001, is stepping down.