“You know, I’ve always thought Trump has a right to his opinions, but doesn’t have a right to his own facts,” says the former New York mayor.
2018 is the year that investors went from “there is no alternative” to “no place to hide,” as stocks, bonds and other investments registered losses.
CEO and chief content officer will enjoy some generous pay packages in the new year.
Holders of an Irish passport can continue to enjoy the benefits of EU membership, including the right to live and work in all member states without a visa.
Sears Holding Corp., which has filed for bankruptcy, has announced it will shutter 80 more Kmart and Sears locations.
Verizon Fios and Disney came to terms over programming fees on Sunday, averting a blackout that could have deprived millions of football fans nationwide access to big playoff games.
Stocks in Hong Kong rose more than 1% in an abbreviated trading session Monday, as investors were encouraged by signs that the U.S. and China are working toward a trade deal.
Adding insult to his furloughed employees’ injury, President Donald Trump has ruled out pay raises for almost all federal workers in 2019.
The Texas judge who ruled Obamacare unconstitutional earlier this month agreed Sunday to stay his decision from taking effect until it can be appealed.
President Donald Trump is re-evaluating a rapid pullout of U.S. troops from Syria, an influential Republican senator said Sunday, signaling White House concerns that a withdrawal could allow Islamic State militants to regain a foothold in the country.