Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes rose in June, snapping a four-month losing streak, while strong demand for higher-end properties and ultra-low mortgage rates helped push prices to new highs
Southwest Airlines turned a profit in June without assistance from the U.S., which the company is calling a milestone in its recovery from the pandemic
The United States and Germany have reached a deal that will allow the completion of a controversial Russian gas pipeline to Europe without the imposition of further U.S. sanctions
A Massachusetts couple subjected to threats and other bizarre harassment from former eBay Inc. employees have filed a civil lawsuit against the Silicon Valley giant
Three Republican governors opposed efforts this year to absolve businesses for violating public health orders during the coronavirus pandemic
Twitter is giving Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene a 12-hour timeout, saying some of her tweets violated its policy against coronavirus misinformation
A rare snow leopard at the San Diego Zoo that hadn't been vaccinated has tested positive for coronavirus. But the zoo is continuing to roll out shots to protect other animals.
Two arrested after fatal shooting of Washington state sheriff's deputy,