The worst of tropical storm Irene has passed New York, and the impact wasn't as bad as it might have been. But officials say hazards still exist, including heavy flooding.
Our final fiction roundup of the summer features an eclectic lineup: One is a fantasy epic, the second is a quirky first novel about an avant-garde family, and the third is a somber look at the kidnapping of a political dissident. All, however, are really good.
In the often heated debate over abortion, a less confrontational, more pragmatic force is behind a record number of antiabortion laws and pro-choice's 'bad year.'
Medicare overhaul is priority of tea party activists planning to make themselves heard at town hall meetings in key battleground states. Supporters want Medicare overhaul along the lines of Rep. Ryan's plan.
HSBC layoffs will take effect by 2013. The HSBC layoffs come as the banking group shifts its focus to emerging markets around the globe.
Ja Rule has been sentenced to two years in federal prison for evading taxes.
Greece itself may be facing financial turmoil, but sales of Greek-style yogurt are booming in the US. The most popular brand, Chobani, sold about $500 million in yogurt last year.
A chimp experiment gone awry, 'Project Nim' takes an unsettling look at the life of a young chimp raised in a human family.
NFL lockout could mean smaller revenues for businesses that rely on training camps. NFL lockout would have to last seven more weeks to begin affecting training camp.