US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said during congressional testimony Wednesday that the European Union, Australia, Argentina and Brazil are being considered to receive exemptions from administration's upcoming steel and aluminum tariffs.
Starbucks pledges $10 million to develop a more recyclable cup. But environmentalist group Stand.earth said they've been trying to 10 years and still throw 4 billion cups per years in landfills.
Madame Tussauds is adding waxwork Meghan Markle statues to its locations in London and New York.
NHS: More than a million health care workers in the UK are getting their first real raise since 2010.
Starbucks has reached gender and race pay equity among all US employees who perform similar tasks, the company said on Wednesday.
Shares of Facebook continue to fall in the wake of the data controversy. But some Wall Street analysts believe that the stock could soon hit bottom -- and go much much higher.
The Federal Reserve on Wednesday is expected to lift interest rates at Jerome Powell's first meeting as chairman.
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The business mogul has been caught up in a major corruption investigation tied to Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
The artist behind the "Fearless Girl," the popular statue near Wall Street, is selling about 1,000 limited edition reproductions.
The stock market, President Trump's preferred barometer of success, would likely not respond kindly to the attempted firing of Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Amazon's market value climbs to $765 billion, the second-largest among American companies, behind only Apple.
Saudi Arabia's oil shipments to the United States have declined sharply despite closer ties between the two nations under President Trump.