Zimbabwe authorities mix charm with force in an attempt to shore up the world’s newest currency

Zimbabwe introduced the world's newest currency in April with public rallies and commercial jingles

As the election nears, Biden pushes a slew of rules on the environment and other priorities

President Joe Biden has unleashed a flurry of election year rules on the environment as he tries to secure his legacy

Political consultant behind fake Biden robocalls faces $6 million fine and criminal charges

A former New Hampshire Democratic Party chair whose phone number was spoofed in artificial intelligence-generated robocalls mimicking President Joe Biden's voice ahead of New Hampshire's presidential primary says today's charges related to the...

Long-term mortgage rates ease for third straight week, dipping to just below 7%

The average rate on a 30-year mortgage dipped this week to just below 7% for the first time since mid April, a modest boost for home shoppers navigating a housing market dampened by rising prices and relatively few available properties

EU Commission fines Oreo maker Mondelez 337.5 million euros for blocking cross-border sales

The European Commission has imposed a fine of 337.5 million euros ($366 million) on food company Mondelez, the owner of Oreo cookies and other snack brands, for obstructing sales of its products between EU member states

EU Commission fines Oreo maker Mondelez 337.5 million euros for blocking cross-border sales

The European Commission has imposed a fine of 337.5 million euros ($366 million) on food company Mondelez, the owner of Oreo cookies and other snack brands, for obstructing sales of its products between EU member states

Former Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy takes a 7.7% stake in BuzzFeed

Former Republican presidential candidate and biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy has purchased a minority stake in BuzzFeed

EPA warns cyberattacks against water utilities more frequent and severe, urges steps to protect nation's drinking water

EPA warns cyberattacks against water utilities more frequent and severe, urges steps to protect nation's drinking water

Stock market today: Asian stocks advance after Wall Street closes out another winning week

Asian stocks have advanced after U.S. stock indexes drifted near their records on Friday with the Dow Jones Industrial Average finishing above 40,000 for the first time

New endangered listing for rare lizard could slow oil and gas drilling in New Mexico and West Texas

Federal wildlife officials have declared a rare lizard in southeastern New Mexico and West Texas an endangered species

Long-term mortgage rates retreat for second straight week, US average at 7.02%

The average rate on a 30-year mortgage in the U.S. fell for the second straight week, giving some relief to home shoppers already facing sky-high prices and a shortage of supply

FDIC chair is grilled on Capitol Hill after report outlines agency's toxic workplace culture

Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Chairman Martin Gruenberg is sitting for a second day of grilling on Capitol Hill, this time at the Senate Banking Committee, after a damning report about the agency’s toxic workplace culture was released last...

Facebook and Instagram face fresh scrutiny under the European Union's strict digital regulations

The European Union opened fresh investigations into Facebook and Instagram over suspicions that they’re failing to protect children online, in violation of the bloc’s strict digital regulations for social media platforms

Facebook and Instagram face fresh scrutiny under the European Union's strict digital regulations

The European Union opened fresh investigations into Facebook and Instagram over suspicions that they’re failing to protect children online, in violation of the bloc’s strict digital regulations for social media platforms

Facebook and Instagram face fresh scrutiny under the European Union's strict digital regulations

The European Union opened fresh investigations into Facebook and Instagram over suspicions that they’re failing to protect children online, in violation of the bloc’s strict digital regulations for social media platforms

Stock market today: Asian shares advance after another round of Wall St records

Asian shares are mostly higher after U.S. stocks rallied to records on hopes that inflation is heading back in the right direction

House signs off on FAA bill that addresses aircraft safety and and refund rights of passengers

Congress has passed a bill that is designed to add more safety inspectors at aircraft factories and to give air travelers automatic refunds for canceled or long-delayed flights

Whistleblower questions delays and mistakes in way EPA used sensor plane after fiery Ohio derailment

The U.S. government has a specialized plane loaded with advanced sensors that the EPA brags is always ready to deploy within an hour of any kind of chemical disaster

Fed's Powell downplays potential for a rate hike despite higher price pressures

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Tuesday that the central bank is unlikely to raise its key interest rate in response to signs of stubborn inflation and underscored his view that price increases would soon start to cool again

Stock market today: Asian shares mixed in muted trading after Wall Street barely budges

Asian shares are mixed in muted trading after U.S. stock indexes were little changed

GOP attorneys general sue Biden administration and California over rules on gas-powered trucks

Dozens of Republican attorneys general are suing the Biden Administration and California over new limits on truck emissions