As long as a majority of Taiwanese opposes political unification, the only way that China could take over Taiwan would be through a military invasion, not more extensive trade.
Kellogg's cereal recall includes 28 million boxes of breakfast cereal because of a waxy flavor and smell.
Mobile apps could boost the economy just as previous high-tech breakthroughs have.
Financial reform legislation hammered out Friday between the House and Senate is the biggest set of new bank regulations since the Depression. But experts disagree on whether it can eliminate 'too big to fail' banks and prevent future bailouts.
The chief question at this weekend's G20 summit will be how to keep the world economy growing. The Europeans are cutting government spending, ignoring President Obama's call for more stimulus.
Low mortgage rates have reached a new record: 4.69 percent. It's a great time to refinance homes.
Wimbledon longest match earned Mahut $1,500 an hour. Isner, the winner, will make more, barring another marathon match.
Unemployment claims, although down 19,000 from a week ago, have been in a holding pattern for seven months. That suggests very sluggish improvement in jobs.
With the final expiration of the governments massive housing tax credit subsidy, home purchase activity has been trending down precipitously despite falling interest rates.
To appear fiscally prudent, lawmakers want to pay for that spending by raising new revenues or reducing other spending essentially by making it easier for corporations to underfund employee pensions.