The volatility is continuing on Wall Street as concerns over China's economy remain.
One thing has been constant: doomsayers and declinists have predicted that we would soon drill the last barrel of oil. But last month, the United States hit very close to the highest output level in recorded history.
Global investors breathed a collective sigh of relief Thursday after stock markets started reversing the major losses from the past week.
Investors are asking "where's the bottom?" after six straight days of heavy losses on Wall Street.
Plunging oil prices over the past several months have reached the lowest level in more than six years.
Last month I bought a house in Potomac, Maryland, a trade up on my current home, and was shocked to learn in the ensuing weeks that I couldn't get a mortgage loan.
Global stocks are down Friday after the U.S. stock market had its worst day in 18 months.
China shocked international financial markets Tuesday by devaluing its currency in an apparent move to strengthen its economy, which has been slowing down.
Here's today's political quiz question: What do these five states -- Rhode Island, Vermont, California, Oregon and Maine -- have in common?
As Iran hardliners continue to chant "death to America," Senate Democrats managed to muster up the 34 votes needed to advance President Barack Obama's controversial Iranian nuclear agreement.
The Denver Business Development Committee voted unanimously to approve Chick-fil-A's request for a seven-year lease at Denver International Airport (DIA).