In dozens of cities, low-wage workers, backed by a key union, held demonstrations demanding a minimum wage of $15. They planned to protest in Milwaukee outside the Republican presidential debate.
Federal prosecutors have charged three men in a sprawling international cyber crime spree. The indictments allege that the defendants hacked JP Morgan Chase and other financial institutions. They also used customer data to manipulate stock prices for credit card fraud and to operate illegal Internet gambling sites.
Campbell's Soup has announced they're cutting their ingredients list. NPR reports on the move to simplify soup.
States across the country are weighing regulations for daily fantasy sports, which could temper the relatively new industry's explosive growth.
These plans, which still are a minority in the marketplaces, can help steer consumers to the system's hospitals and doctors, but some also offer competitive prices.
Amid changing consumer preferences and slumping soup sales, the company has tinkered with its classic soup recipe, cutting the number of ingredients to 20 from 30.
The criminal ring stole the personal data of more than 100 million people, the federal indictment says, adding that the targeted companies include "one of the world's largest financial institutions."
The former Florida governor will again be feeling the heat. Marco Rubio will try to capitalize on his breakout performance from last time. And Ben Carson could fend off questions about his biography.
These days, owners are asking for their four-legged friends to be styled as spheres and squares. We visit the Taiwanese grooming shop where the geometric grooming trend took root.
The company's market value has plunged after complaints about its treatment of killer whales. The CEO says in 2017 SeaWorld in San Diego will switch to an "informative" show in a more natural setting.
The German automaker is starting the process of making amends with its U.S. customer base. The company is offering $1,000 in cash and vouchers to owners of diesel vehicles implicated in the emissions scandal.
As kids get online earlier and stay there longer, a new crop of technology is evolving to limit what they can see — and to spy on their every move.
Advertising for products to treat symptoms of menopause is becoming much more up front about issues like painful sex. But more than a few of the remedies are solutions in search of a problem.
The company says vehicle owners who apply to receive a $500 prepaid Visa card, a $500 dealership card and three years of free roadside assistance won't give up their right to sue.
Texas has no state-mandated minimum wage and forbids cities or counties to pass their own. But a group of religious activists in San Antonio is making headway on a living wage for city employees.
Oprah Winfrey is the new face of Weight Watchers as well as a major investor. But several health experts say the partnership may not help anyone struggling to lose weight do it more effectively.
As part of an agreement with the New York state attorney general's office, the company will revise the statements it makes about the impact of regulation.
Americans are taking more prescription drugs than ever before. And many are taking five drugs or more a day. We examine a new report that has some surprising information about prescription drugs.
U.S. lawmakers say intelligence indicates a bomb was the likely cause of the break-up of a Russian airliner. The air crash and the cancellation of flights has hurt the resort city of Sharm el-Sheikh.
Facing competition at home, Indian manufacturing company Mahindra recently introduced to the U.S. the GenZe, a scooter with cargo space designed to appeal to young Americans in cities.