US stocks are mostly higher after long holiday weekend; Coca-Cola slump weighs on the Dow
European ban on exporting lethal drugs forces US executioners to improvise
Vatican admits infighting in financial watchdog agency between Italian board, Swiss director
Cold weather, steady China growth lift oil to $102 as market seeks guidance after holiday
White House: Stimulus was good for economy; GOP says big spending produced little results
Measure of US homebuilders' confidence falls as winter weather dims sales outlook
Coca-Cola's profit slips as soda sales decline again in North America; cost cuts planned
New York-based BrightFarms Inc. has signed a partnership with Giant Food to supply produce grown at a 100,000-square-foot greenhouse near Giant's store at 1535 Alabama Ave. SE.
Abenomics recovery a mirage for many in Japan as wages lag, steady jobs scarcer
French official says 11 eurozone nations seek to propose financial transaction tax by May
A mixed start for US stocks after holiday weekend; Coca-Cola slumps on disappointing results
Germany's ZEW survey dips in February as financial analysts weigh emerging market troubles
Just when you thought it was already expensive to live, park and eat in the D.C. area, a new study found homebuyers in the D.C. metropolitan area need to have some of the fattest paychecks in the country.
Duke energy earnings rise 58 pct on higher rates, lower costs, beat predictions
Energy company Dominion Resources to bid on lease to develop wind farms off Maryland coast
UK inflation dips below 2 pct target for first time since 2009, makes rate hike less likely
In the 1989 movie "Back to the Future II," Marty McFly wears shoes with self-tying laces -- just one of the technological advances in the far-off year 2015. That's next year, and Nike says they'll be a reality.
A new analysis shows that loan applications for home purchases have dropped 20 percent in the past four months compared with the same period a year ago, and experts think student loan debt may be to blame.
Europe claws way out of industry slump with 5th straight month of growth
Russia to continue cash injection to Ukraine, will receive $2 billion this week