The line outside a screening session for job applicants in Coney Island, N.Y., on Tuesday. Credit Shannon Stapleton/Reuters. Continue reading the main story.
Federal safety officials knew as early as 2007 about a potentially fatal problem with General Motors ignition switches, but didn't demand a recall.
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- The S&P 500 notched the latest in a string of record closes Friday as U.S. equities ended mostly higher but off of early gains inspired by a bigger-than-expected rise in February nonfarm payrolls to extend a weekly winning streak.
Just one month after Ed Schultz urged President Obama to end his five-year delay and approve the Keystone XL Pipeline, the MSNBC host is now returning to the liberal fold, pushing the White House to cancel the project and warning of �irreversible� ...
Pro-Putin demonstrators hold posters reading "Crimea is Russian land!" as they gather towards to Red Square in Moscow, Russia - Source: AP.