Economists say sluggish growth and sagging consumer confidence aren't signs of another recession but indicate that the nation's financial recovery will be slow going.
Obama visited Michigan Friday, responding to critics who say the government shouldn't have spent taxpayer money to rescue the Detroit auto industry.
While Chicago Mayor Daley called an oil spill in the Kalamazoo River a bigger threat to Lake Michigan than Asian carp, many scientists disagree. Is the mayor playing politics, or is he on to something?
Hybrid cars from Ford will be offered for the same price as its gas-powered counterpart, removing at least one obstacle for drivers who want a greener ride.
The Consumer Price Index declined 0.1 percent last month, following a 0.2 percent fall in May and a 0.1 percent drop in April. This suggests that the Fed hasn't completely removed deflation risks.
President Obama on Thursday made his fourth visit to a battery manufacturer since taking office. He's pouring money and political attention into an industry that's playing catch-up – but that is vital to the future health of the domestic auto industry.
This photo, taken from a Panther helicopter, shows an aerial view of Bastille Day celebrations in Paris on Wednesday.
Humans and monkeys may have diverged more recently than scientists have thought, a partial primate skull discovered in Saudi Arabia suggests.
Immigration law suit sets the stage for a high-stakes legal clash over states rights.
File sharing on campus networks will carry risks of losing federal funding, starting this month.