Colin Powell has reportedly announced that he will back Hillary Clinton for president.
The Republican nominee faces a series of allegations of sexual assault, an embarrassing tape in which he boasts about committing sexual assault, a series of old comments, and a civil suit accusing him of rape.
A federal court has ruled the agency’s structure is unconstitutional.
The U.S. economy created 156,000 jobs last month, and wages continued to steadily rise.
Tax me more, they say.
Cheryl Mills, Hillary Clinton’s chief of staff at the State Department, received partial immunity from the FBI during its investigation of Clinton’s emails.
The candidate vowed to add 25 million jobs and slash taxes while providing major economic growth. This is not very realistic.
Still, declining poverty numbers and rising incomes are something to cheer.
The home-rental platform is instituting policies that will punish users for turning away minority guests.
Long Island University told 400 professors and union members not to come back to work when the school year started.
The U.S. economy added 151,000 jobs last month—growth that’s favorable enough to keep an interest-rate hike in 2016 a possibility.
To date, his total is 673.
The Irish finance minister and … the U.S. Treasury?
After a price-gouging scandal, the pharmaceutical company will release a cheaper, generic version of its life-saving medical product.
Mylan CEO Heather Bresch’s scattershot response to the price-gouging scandal is part-Pharma Bro, part obfuscation.
Little-known Evan McMullin finally takes up the mantle of anti-Trump conservative, three months before the election.
The company has struggled to compete with Didi Chuxing, the world’s largest ride-hailing platform, on its home turf.
Eadweard Muybridge revealed a new universe of motion with his camera, but history has largely obscured his extraordinary accomplishments with photography.
And hopes to sell it for a six-figure sum.