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A two-day summit with North Korea's Kim Jong Un was announced at this year's State of the Union address.
Foxconn changed its plans for a plant in Wisconsin, then changed them again.
A new analysis by the Urban Institute finds that a quarter of Americans living in poverty don’t receive public assistance such as food stamps, subsidized housing, child care or cash benefits.
President Trump is expected to call for an end to HIV transmission by 2030. The drug known as PrEP may be key.
Reporter Erik Schatzker, who witnessed the sting operation, wrote about it for Bloomberg.
The executive producer of "The Price Is Right" and "Let's Make a Deal" on what it takes to make a great game.
High demand leads to a high-stress job for couriers.
A planned expansion of a border wall threatens a critical habitat in South Texas.
The Missouri Department of Transportation spent almost $1 million last year on repairing street lights caused by thefts of copper wire.
The price of unroasted beans hasn’t changed since the 1970s, but that cup of coffee you are drinking has gotten a whole lot more expensive for everyone.
Office communication services company Slack has applied with the SEC to list shares publicly.
Some folks who grew up celebrating the Lunar New Year share their memories of giving and receiving "lucky money" both in person and in digital form.
The president pushed a big infrastructure plan at his last year and may do so again tonight.
A new tech venture plans to let you, the reader, earn free articles by trading more data.
"We're trying to make sure that we don't lose jobs and that we treat our American companies fairly," Rep. Jackie Walorski says.
Bud Light's Super Bowl ad called out Miller and Coors for using the sweet syrup.