US lawyer: US entitled to seize Iran-tainted skyscraper
A U.S. government lawyer has urged a jury to conclude a charity must give up majority ownership of a Manhattan skyscraper because it is secretly controlled by Iran
Markets Right Now: US stocks are mostly higher at midday
U.S. stocks are mostly higher in midday trading, but the market was held back by a downturn in technology companies.
US -backed forces seize new district from IS in Raqqa
Syrian Kurdish officials say they have seized a new district from the Islamic State group in its self-declared capital
Review: Giant pig movie 'Okja' gives us a lot to chew over
Film Review: Director Bong Joon Ho's movie 'Okja' about a girl trying to rescue her enormous pet pig from the slaughterhouse suffers from an inconsistent tone
Nestle stock surges amid reports US hedge fund takes stake
Nestle says it's keeping "an open dialogues with all of our shareholders" after news reports that a U.S. hedge fund has taken a large stake sent shares of the Swiss food and beverages giant soaring
US mayors mull plan for cities to use only renewable energy
Mayors are considering an ambitious commitment to have U.S. city governments run entirely on renewable sources such as wind and solar in two decades.
US durable goods orders fell in May by the most in 18 months
US durable goods orders fell in May by most in 18 months, led by sharp fall in aircraft demand
Conference set on keeping US colonial history above water
Sea level rise has preservationists worried about keeping the nation's colonial history above water
US durable goods orders fell 1.1 percent in May, most in 18 months
US durable goods orders fell 1.1 percent in May, most in 18 months.