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A Formula One race planned for next year in New Jersey with the New York City skyline as a backdrop has been postponed.
Results of a key international assessment of 15-year-old students around the world show no improvement for the U.S.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg was golfing in Bermuda on Sunday while Gov. Andrew Cuomo and local officials rushed to the scene of a deadly train derailment in the Bronx, the Wall Street Journal reported.
U.S. authorities just flew two B-52 bombers over disputed island territories in the East China Sea without first giving Beijing a heads-up – a direct affront to the nation’s authority in the region, and its recent declaration of a newly expanded air defense zone.
A just-released report from the U.S. Treasury Department shows that the auto bailout continues to be a win-lose for General Motors versus taxpayers: While GM won billions, taxpayers have still lost big time.
Adult children are relying more on their older, and wealthier, parents to make ends meet in difficult economic times.
As problems pile up, President Obama said Tuesday his signature health-care reform law needs a full-blown rebranding effort.
Republicans and Democrats actually are "fighting inside the 40-yard lines" on key issues, President Obama said Tuesday, and anyone who doubts that needs to visit other countries to get a look at real political and ideological divides.
Microsoft and Google are teaming up to combat child pornography.